ICGB 2014

Tour Information

Diverse Choice of Leisure and Entertainment Activities

When it comes to leisure time, Hong Kong is an experience like no other.  The city offers an infinite variety of things to see and do in a unique fusion of Eastern and Western heritage and culture.  Festivals and celebrations take place throughout the year.


Wine and Dine – ‘Culinary Capital of Asia’

The city, which was recently awarded its own Michelin Guide in recognition of its status as the ‘Culinary Capital of Asia’, has more than 11,000 eateries ranging from gourmet restaurants to dun street stalls.  There are number of fun drinking, dining and clubbling areas like Lan Kwai Fong, SoHo, (South of Hollywood Road), Wanchai and Causeway Bay on Hong Kong Island, and various parts of Tsim Sha Tsiu, including Knutsford Terrance in Kowloon.

Apart from sampling an incredible variety of Chinese cuisine, visitors can find all manner of regional Asian and Western food at reasonable prices.  Or take a ferry to the beautiful outlying island of Lamma for some of the best seafood anywhere on earth.  And in a city that never sleeps, the nightlife is legendary.


Shopping – tax- free and unparalleled service quality

No visit is complete without a shopping spree in a tax-free environment.  The value, variety and service quality are unparalleled, whether you choose a glitzy mall or funky street market.


Sightseeing – ancient heritage and prinstine nature

For sightseeing and entrainment, Hong Kong is a city of contrasts – a unique blend of bustling streets and peaceful countryside, of ancient heritage and pristine nature.  For active, outdoor types, take your pick from golf to hiking on land, and sailing to power-boating in the beautiful waters that surround the city, or even an unique tram party along the north shore of Hong Kong Island.  All of these activities are easily accessible from anywhere within the compact territory that is made up of almost 70% naturally mountainous countryside.


World renowned attractions and Theme Parks

Hong Kong offers a host of memorable tourist attractions within its compact area, with The Peak, Victoria Harbour and the Giant Buddha among the most awe-inspiring. For details, please click HERE.


Year-round colourful festive celebrations

Hong Kong’s wide array of festivals and cultural celebrations, which are unique not just in Asia but also around the world, conveys the fascinating cultural fusion, deep-rooted heritage, as well as the vibrant living culture of the city, inspiring global travellers to come for an unforgettable cultural experience that can be found only in Hong Kong.  A visit to this vibrant city at anytime of the year will reward you with an enriching and unforgettable experience.