HONG KONG

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

Colourful Houses Choi Hung Estate HK.jpg

DID YOU KNOW?

#1

With over 8000, Hong Kong has the most skyscrapers in the world, double that of New York, its nearest rival!

#2

Hong Kong boasts the world's longest covered escalator, the Mid-Levels Escalator runs for a half-mile.

#3

There are actually 263 islands in Hong Kong, some are accessible by ferry while others are totally uninhabited.

QUICK FACTS

Useful information to help you decide if Hong Kong is the right destination for your event!

lineal.png

Recommended group size

10 - 100 pax

hands-and-gestures.png

Best for...

Incentives combined with conferences

signal.png

Flight connections

Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is one of the largest aviation hubs in Asia. Direct transit ferries to Macau depart directly from inside the airport terminal.

tools-and-utensils.png
interface.png
business.png

Best time to visit

Avoid traveling on...

Local currency

Oct - early Dec when the weather is pleasant, Jan or Feb to experience Hong Kong festivals

Lunar New Year where many shops and restaurants will be closed

Hong Kong Dollar (HKD$) is the local currency. Credit cards are widely accepted but some small shops, restaurants and traditional markets may only accept cash.

Sai Kung HK.jpg

Explore

Hong Kong is much more than just a cosmopolitan city. Not only is it filled with hidden cultural and historic gems, it also has trendy neighbourhoods with cool cafes, trendy design shops mixed with classic delicious street food. Hong Kong’s bars and nightlife is also rightfully world-known.

 

Lesser known is the “Back garden of Hong Kong”, Sai Kung, known for its fishing villages, beautiful scenery, hiking trails, sandy beaches popular with surfers, and snorkeling and kayaking or SUP-Boarding among the offshore islands. The Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is one of Hong Kong's most precious protected marine parks. According to the WWF, Hoi Ha Wan is home to 60 types of coral  and 120 species of fish. In Sai Kung village, fishermen sell their fresh catch from their boats just off the pier, and diners feast on seafood at al fresco eateries and in quaint restaurants.

UNLOCK HONG KONG'S SECRETS

Hollywood Street Street Art
Lan Kwai Fong
Dim Sum
Bolo Bun
HK Milk Tea
Hiking Dragon's Back
Vibrant Neighbourhood HK
Nan Lian Garden
Sai Kung HK
Bank of China building HK
Dragon Boat HK