Hong Kong Tour (26, 28-29/9)

Hong Kong Tour for Overseas Participants (26, 28-29/9, 3 Nights)

The Tour fee is USD150 per person by 1 June 2005

The Tour fee per person includes:

  • 3 dinners
  • Coach service
  • Tips and taxes

Hong Kong Tour for Local Participants (26, 28-29/9, 3 Nights)

The Tour fee is HKD400 per night per person by 1 June 2005

The Tour fee per person includes:

  • dinner
  • Coach service
  • Tips and taxes

Preliminary Itinerary

DAY 1 (26/9, MON)

DAY 2 (28/9, WED)

  • Sea Cruising
  • Dinner at the boat

DAY 3 (29/9. THU)

* Please go to "Institue Registration" to join. Powerpoint for this tour, pls click. --> 26-9 / 29-9

Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre

Sitting on the Wan Chai waterfront is one of Hong Kong's most impressive and stunning pieces of architecture. The Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre, with its sweeping sails and vast glass windows, is a striking visual testament to Hong Kong's ongoing development. Thanks to its wide range of state-of-the-art facilities, the HKCEC is also an ideal venue for exhibitions and trade shows and is regularly voted "the best convention and exhibition venue in Asia". The HKCEC was the site of the handover when Hong Kong was returned to the motherland in 1997; an event commemorated by the adjacent Bauhinia Square that is a huge attraction for mainland visitors. ...top

Expo Promenade

The Expo Promenade (often defined as Golden Bauhinia Square) outside the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on the waterfront of Wan Chai marks what was without doubt the most significant occasion in Hong Kong's history - the return of the former British Colony to the People's Republic of China (PRC), and the establishment of the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong. ...top

Avenue of Stars

The New World Group constructed the Tsimshatsui Waterfront Promenade in 1982. In 2003 the Group sponsored HK$40 million for the construction of the Avenue of Stars right on this promenade. The Avenue of Stars is a salute to eminent Hong Kong film workers for their devoted contribution to local and world theatres. With many visitors to Hong Kong being fans of our movies, the Avenue of Stars also serves as a tourist attraction.

The Avenue of Stars also offers incredible panoramic views of the famed VictoriaHarbour and the stunning Hong Kong skyline. It is also the perfect place to watch the spectacular A Symphony of Lights, a nightly multimedia show with added pyrotechnics on special occasions. ...top

Open Top Bus Tour

Here・s a great way to enjoy Hong Kong at night. Join the Open-top Bus Tour that starts in Tsim Sha Tsui. The tour takes you along Hong Kong・s Golden Mile on Nathan Road and to Canton Road where you・ll be dazzled by the amazing spectacle of neon lights and glittering decorations on towering megaliths. You・ll visit the famous Ladies Market in Mong Kok where you can hop off and enjoy some great shopping. More than that, this tour is a great chance to see THE bustling and dynamic streets of Kowloon. ...top

Temple Street Night Market

Hong Kong's most famous open-air market opens at 2:00pm but really comes to life at dusk, with a bustling array of stalls selling everything from watches and leatherwear to clothing and souvenirs. Other attractions include fortune-tellers and occasionally, Cantonese opera singers. Temple Street is in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. ...top

Peak Tram

The best way to get to the top is via the Peak Tram, a funicular railway that carves a steep 373-metre swathe up the lush mountainside. The tram has been in operation since 1888, and once competed with sedan chairs as the most popular way up. Try to get seats at the front of the tram on the right-hand side for the journey skyward. The only way to describe the views from this vantage point is "simply awesome. ...top

Victoria Peak (By Tram)

The tour begins by taking the delightful Peak Tram, the funky funicular railway that has been in operation since 1888, to VictoriaPeak. From there you will travel to RepulseBay, one of Hong Kong・s most famous beaches. ...top

Lan Kwai Fong & SoHo
A cheerful warren of Western-style restaurants, nightclubs, delicatessens and bars, Lan Kwai Fong is an L-shaped, cobble-stoned lane just a stone's throw above Central's cluster of skyscrapers. Nearby lanes are also buzzing with bistros and pubs in what is Hong Kong's trendiest nightlife area.

Stroll along Hollywood Road and you'll soon discover Hong Kong's "SoHo", the area "South of Hollywood Road". The neighborhood offers a wide range of up market eateries and watering holes congregated mainly on Staunton, Shelley and Elgin streets. Here, you'll enjoy international fare from New Orleans to Nepal, Mexico to Malaysia, and Province to Portugal. Above SoHo is the Mid-Levels, an exclusive residential area built on the lower slopes of VictoriaPeak. The Central-Mid-Levels Escalator, the longest covered outdoor escalator system in the world, provides easy access to and from downtown, as well as fascinating insights into the diverse street life. ...top
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