Tourist influx causes discontent in Hong Kong

Increasing number of visitors, mainly from the mainland, are leading to higher prices and more traffic.

    More and more people are visiting Hong Kong every year, with most of them from mainland China.

    While some people are happy, the influx of tourists has not been welcomed by everyone due, with the increase leading to higher prices and more traffic.

    Despite the concerns of local residents, the government is planning to further relax border controls.

    Al Jazeera's Marga Ortigas reports from Hong Kong.


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