Hong Kong Travel

A wide selection of interesting and creative activities can also be arranged for delegates as well as accompanying persons. Here are some suggestions:

Hong Kong Island Tour

Guided Market Visit and Cooking Class Tour

Tours are an excellent way to experience the many wonders of Hong Kong. It can begin with a ride on the Peak Tram to Victoria Peak, followed by a sampan ride in Aberdeen fishing fleet's typhoon shelter, a visit to jewellery factories and bargain-hunting in the market lanes of clothing boutiques and souvenir shops in the old south Hong Kong Island village of Stanley.

This journey of discovery begins with a visit to a traditional dried food market, where delegates can learn about the many ingredients that make Chinese cooking s0 delicious. Delegates will see a cooking demonstration at a cooking school where the chef will explain the recipe and the many secrets of Chinese cookery.

Star Ferry's Harbour Tour

Back Streets of Kowloon Tour

Step aboard the fabulous double-decker “Shining Star" ferry, a beautiful recreation of the ferries that plied Victoria Harbour in the 1920s. Relax and enjoy the magnificent view while sipping a cup of fine coffee in an air-conditioned, on-board cafe or enjoy the cooling sea breezes on an open deck.This tour is a great opportunity to take in the awe-inspiring splendour of the Hong Kong skyline, the green mountains of Hong Kong Island, and the fascinating shipping activity in the world's busiest port.

The tour will take you to the famous "Jade Market", an open-air market where tradesmen buy and sell rare stones and finished ornaments. Then you will walk through a traditional outdoor fresh food market Continue to visit the unique "Bird Garden", a fascinating and noisy street jammed with stalls selling a wide variety of exotic birds, cages and other accessories. The final stop on the tour is Wong Tai Sin Temple where you can pay homage to the blessed 'God of Immigrants' and have your fortune told by the wise ones.

Morning Tea and Tai Chi Tour

Hong Kong Disneyland

Tai Chi is a form of exercise that places emphasis on slow movement and co-ordination. It dates back to the time of Confucius and is inspired by Buddhist meditation forms. This tour begins with a visit to either the Hong Kong Park or Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. Delegates can learn how to perform traditional tai chi exercises followed by a visit to the Flagstaff House (Museum of Tea Ware), where they can savour a fragrant morning tea and delicious dim sum brunch at a local restaurant.

Opened in 2005, Hong Kong Disneyland will bring visitors to a fairytale kingdom that celebrates the spirit of fantasy, the world of tomorrow and a sense of adventure. Mickey and all his friends will be here along with original attraction designed just for Hong Kong. This 126-hectare theme park will also feature two Disney-themed hotels and shopping dining and entertainment facilities. Hong Kong Disneyland will be within a short distance from downtown, accessible by various modes of transport including rail.

Island Hopping Cruise

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Explore Hong Kong's many beautiful islands on hop-on, hop-off cruise. The cruise takes you to several peaceful outlying islands, some of which are uninhabited. The tour will highlight temples and fish farms located in some of the most tranquil areas of Hong Kong.

Get set for a jam-packed day of excitement at one of Southeast Asia's large st aquariums and theme parks. See amazing animals including two different kinds of pandas exotic birds and sea creature ranging from dolphins and sea lions to sharks and jellyfish. New themed zones include Aqua City and The Rainforest.

Hong Kong National Geopark

Lantau Island Tour

Newly opened in November 2009, Hong Kong National Geopark covers an area of 50 square km across parts of the Eastern and Northeastern New Territories. It is divided into the Northeast New Territories Sedimentary Rock Region and the Sai Kung Volcanic Rock Region, with each region featuring four Geo-Areas, or eight in total. Within the Sai Kung Volcanic Rock Region lie Sharp Island, High Island, the Ninepin Group and the Ung Kong Group, whereas the Northeast New Territories Sedimentary Rock Region includes Double Haven, Tolo Channel, Tung Ping Chau, Port Island and Bluff Head. Most of these sites are in close proximity to the city, and visitors can easily reach them within 1 hour for a pleasurable and educational outdoor experience. 8 land tour routes and 2 boat tour routes have been developed for visitors to experience the unique landform and landscapes in Hong Kong in a knowledgeable and interesting way. The themed tour routes are specially designed according to the characteristics of different scenic areas.

Your Lantau experience starts with Ngong Ping 360, a stunning 5.7 km cable car ride that offers breathtaking views of North Lantau and the South China Sea. Once you arrive at the themed Ngong Ping Village, enjoy a variety of shopping and dining options in this pleasant Chinese-style village setting located next to the world-famous Giant Buddha. Make sure to try out the all new "Crystal Cabin' which is equipped with a glass bottom to give you an astonishing bird's eye view! The World's tallest outdoor seated bronze Buddha sits serenely atop Ngong Ping plateau. You will also visit the Po Lin Monastery nearby, which is a sacred spot for devout Buddhists in Hong Kong. A short walk away is the Wisdom Path, an outdoor replica of the centuries-old Heart Sutra, one of the world's best-known prayers that is revered by Confucians, Buddhists and Taoists. Another must-visit spot is the historical fishing village in Tai, which is inhabited mainly by the Tanka people, descendants of Hong Kong's first settlers.