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Accessible Hong Kong
Getting Here
Hong Kong-based carriers and otder major airlines offer more tdan 1,600 flights to and from tde city every week. Getting in and out of tde city, to and from any destination, couldn't be easier.
Getting Around
Hong Kong is blessed with one of the world's safest and most efficient public transportation systems. With so many affordable options, from taxis to ferries, rail, bus and tram, making your way around Hong Kong is a highlight in itself.
Visitor Friendly
The streets are safe, the currency is stable and usually no visa is required.
Currency
The Hong Kong dollar is pegged to the US dollar, making it a stable currency. Foreign currencies and traveller's cheques can be exchanged at banks, hotels and foreign-currency shops. Major credit cards are welcomed at most hotels, shops and restaurants.
Entry Requirements
Hong Kong offers visa-free access to citizens from over 170 countries. If a visa is required, you can be sure you'll get one quickly.
Geography
Hong Kong consists of Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and more than 260 Outlying Islands.
Language
English and Chinese are the official languages. English is the language of business and service industries. Putonghua is also widely used.
Security
Hong Kong is one of the safest cities in the world. The Hong Kong Police Force is one of the world's finest. Officers are highly trained professionals equipped with modern technology. The friendly locals are ever willing to help visitors.
Contracting Services
Contractors are available to design, install and dismantle conference or exhibition facilities, such as booths, backdrops, signs and stage settings. Their expert knowledge of the venues enables them to maximise space while minimising costs.
City,Harbour and Green Vistas
Enjoy the buzz od a unique city or the calm of the countryside just minutes away.
Hong Kong is truly unique - a mix of modern skyscrapers and colourful neon signs nestled in an oasis of greenery. Over 70% of Hong Kong is covered in lush green vegetation. Nowhere else in the world can you be so close to nature and yet still have full access to your hi-tech needs. Hong Kong is truly a city of contrasts that your incentive winners will have to see to believe: by sea, land or air!
Sail Through the Sights
Embark upon the Star Ferry Harbour Tour and sense the vibrancy of the city - the modern skyscrapers, the world-famous night views of Victoria Harbour - all from the comfort of the Harbour Cruise - Bauhinia Tour. Or join Watertours and visit the outlying islands in Hong Kong for a mouth-watering buffet. Take the Dragon Cruise and sail to the magnificent Tsing Ma Bridge, the world's longest road-and-rail suspension bridge. For a uniquely Hong Kong experience, charter a "floating" venue for your group such as the traditional Chinese sailing junk Duk Ling . The last vessel of its kind in Hong Kong waters, it has been lovingly restored to glory.
See It From The Heavens
Enjoy amazing views from the best seat in the house. A helicopter tour sends pulses racing. This 10-minute thrill trip takes in the vibrant city and the fantastically lush countryside. This feast for the eyes can be followed by one for your body, a delicious barbecue.
A Symphony of Lights
Be amazed! Hong Kong's magnificent skyline is transformed every night at 8pm when lively music drives a dazzling display of dancing colourful lights on 18 key buildings along the harbour front. For special events, the grand finale to this spectacle is a thrilling pyrotechnics show. This is a visual spectacle that's not to be missed.
Walk Into History
Get up close and personal with Hong Kong's historical and cultural sights on a Heritage and Architecture Walk. Take in fascinating buildings and landmarks, such as Flagstaff House, Wong Tai Sin Temple or the famous Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees, at your own leisurely pace. Stroll the City of Victoria Trail and explore the two disparate neighbouring districts of Central and Sheung Wan where traditional culture meets modern developments. Also explore the Bird, Jade, Flower markets. Every step takes you further back in time.
Drive-By Snapshots
Snap the perfect picture from an open-top bus. Feel the spirit and the rush of energy from the people below as the towering skyscrapers rush by above. Revel in the sights, sounds and smells along the route of your choosing.
Escape to the Outlying Islands
Hong Kong is a city of tranquil islands, each with its own distinctive flavour. Sample their unique cultures and relax. Lantau Island, home to the Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery, is the largest and most popular. Lamma Island and Cheung Chau, each a short ferry ride away, provide picturesque beaches and hills as well as seafood cuisine that'll have you salivating. Pick up an island-hopping pass and spend the day in island style.
Take a Hike
Hong Kong has some of the best nature walks and hiking trails in the region where the indigenous wildlife is readily seen. Take a welcome break from the hustle-bustle of modern life and let nature's creations entertain you.
Rock 'n' Roll Through Hong Kong
An antique tram tour is a charming trundle across Hong Kong Island at a leisurely pace. Travel from old town of Sheung Wan eastward with stops in Central, Wan Chai and Causeway Bay - all shoppers' paradises.
Try a Different Eco-System
The Mai Po Wetlands is a haven for migrating birds and it's a perfect spot for eco-travellers. This beautiful environment will send your achievers' imaginations soaring.
Dive Into a Dolphin Tour
The serene waters around Hong Kong are home to about 1,500 distinctly pink-coloured Indo-pacific humpback dolphins. A dolphin-watching cruise will have you cheering at these playful creatures of the emerald waters.
Fantastic Eating
Treat your incentive winners the best food the world offer.
Eat It All Up
The myriad influences that have swept through Hong Kong have shaped the food in an indescribable fashion, giving it a unique flavour all its own. Savour the best the world has to offer, from sumptuous international cuisine to delectable local delicacies.

The choices here are endless: Cantonese, Shanghainese, Pekingese, Szechuanese and Hunanese; these are just a few of the various types of Chinese cuisines waiting to delight. Then there is the international cuisine ranging from Japanese to French. And don't forget to snack on local specialities at a night market. Incentive winners can choose from more than 8,000 dining establishments.
Dive Into a Dolphin Tour
Where the Best of the Best Eat the "Best of the Best"

Treat your creme-de-la-creme to our own great achievers. The Best of the Best Culinary Awards celebrate the art of Chinese cuisine, particularly Guangdong (Canton) dishes. Every year distinguished food critics choose the most delicious dishes such as dim sum delicacies and other local favourites. Treat your achievers' taste buds to a restaurant displaying a Best of the Best Culinary Award.
The Art of Noodle Making
Every region of China has its own method of creating these strands of flour. Chefs from Beijing are famous for their hand-made noodles and their entertaining performances produce art you can eat.
Catch of the Day
Dining on seafood in Hong Kong is an experience! The quaint fishing villages of Sai Kung and Lei Yue Mun or those on Lamma Island serve the finest the oceans have to offer. Picked by you, fresh from the tank, it is whisked off to chefs who will perform their culinary magic. Savour steamed fish with ginger, juicy prawns and tasty lobsters; absolutely mouth watering!
Eat from Dusk till Dawn
Hong Kong never sleeps. Your incentive winners can relax over scrumptious afternoon tea in a fabulous colonial-style restaurant before an evening of fun. Delegates can then grab a delicious late-night supper with room for some sweet desserts. The revelries and eating can last till dawn's dim sum breakfast.
Cook Like a Chef
Classroom kitchens provide students with everything they need to learn from top chef instructors. Students will learn Chinese regional flavours ranging across whole spectrums of sweet, spicy and salty.
Eat, Dance, Drink Then Eat Some More
The fun begins when the sun goes down. Hit the town and meet the movers and the shakers in the trendy eateries and clubs of Lan Kwai Fong, SoHo, Stanley, Wan Chai, Sai Kung and Knutsford Terrace. Here, dishes from around the globe, such as Middle Eastern, Italian, Mexican, French and the best seafood around, can be enjoyed in fine eateries, some offering cool alfresco dining. Also sample the finest international brews or sip on a cocktail while you dance the night away.
A Fusion of Cultures-East & West
Hong Kong is a colourful blend of East and West.
Get Lost in Time
Classroom kitchens provide students with everything they need to learn from top chef instructors. Students will learn Chinese regional flavours ranging across whole spectrums of sweet, spicy and salty.
Life in Slow Motion
When the sun rises over Hong Kong's magnificent skyline, thousands of people flock to parks and beaches to practice tai chi. This ancient exercise helps channel the body's energies, tone the body and relax the mind.
Foot Reflexology - Healing from Bottom to Top
Traditional Chinese foot reflexology is the art of applying pressure to certain parts of the feet to prevent diseases and promote health. Your winners will learn about this art before undergoing a fantastic treatment themselves.
Qigong - The Force of Life
Qi is the life force that flows through all living beings. Qigong channels this amazing force within the body, thus restoring health and improving fitness. Your incentive winners will learn the basics of channelling qi , doing breathing exercises that cleanse the body and improve the circulation of blood and their qi , giving them a new burst of energy on their return to work.
Health Talk
Feel the amazing effects of traditional Chinese medicines (TCM). This alternative approach to healing has gained popularity the world over. Health Talk will take achievers through an encyclopaedia of medicinal herbs and their healing effects; an intriguing voyage into this ancient Chinese art.
Tea Appreciation
The Chinese tea grower's skill at creating the perfect leaf has astonished people the world over. Visit speciality teashops, where the techniques of tea brewing are taught, to get a taste of the perfect cup of cha while enjoying a steamed basket of delicious dim sum. Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware, one of Hong Kong's oldest surviving colonial buildings, is adept at explaining this art and its teachings.
The Mysteries of Feng Shui Revealed
Bring peace and tranquillity to the lives of your achievers with this 4,000-year-old tradition. It is the art of arranging your home or workplace to enhance wealth, health and happiness. Achievers will learn how feng shui creates balance, harmony and positive energies in any environment.
Cantonese Opera - A Theatrical Spectacle
Cantonese Opera is a spectacular display of colour and music your incentive winners will remember for a lifetime. Ancient legends are retold and great heroes reborn in actor's artfully painted faces during these fascinating performances.
Floating Academy
Learn the art of tea making and how to do tai chi as well as discovering the hidden secrets within jade from the experts while cruising on Victoria Harbour. This day of discovery will have every incentive team member bonding through their shared acquired knowledge.
It's a Shopper's Paradise
You can buy anything you want in Hong Kong.
Floating Academy
Learn the art of tea making and how to do tai chi as well as discovering the hidden secrets within jade from the experts while cruising on Victoria Harbour. This day of discovery will have every incentive team member bonding through their shared acquired knowledge.
Pick Up the Essentials
Follow the "Must-Buy" Trail and treat yourself to the Hong Kong "Must Buy" products such as Chinese handicrafts, Chinese clothing, Chinese tea, gold jewellery, Chinese assorted cakes and Chinese tableware.
Quality Tourism Services Scheme (QTS)
Enjoy unparalleled service and shop with the reassurance that can only be provided by Hong Kong's Quality Tourism Services (QTS) Scheme. This scheme certifies shops and restaurants have passed a stringent assessment ensuring they provide genuine products and the highest level of service.
Go Hunting for Antiques
Tucked between the giant skyscrapers and backstreets of Hong Kong you'll find Hollywood Road, home to antique and curio shops that sell antiques from the finest Chinese artefacts and furniture to curious little bits of bric-a-brac.
Tailor-made
Hong Kong's tailors create form-fitting masterpieces from the finest fabrics in record time. They make shirts, suits, skirts, traditional Chinese cheongsams, evening gowns, even handbags and shoes. The world's elite and celebrities appreciate our tailors' fine craftsmanship and so will your incentive travellers.
Shopper of the Group
Here's a game that will test your incentive winners' wits and bartering skills. Give the participants a set sum of money and a list of Must-Buy items. Then see which group can get the most items for the least money to win 'Shopper of the Group'.
There's No Escaping the Shops
The compact nature of the city allows shoppers to hop between malls in Causeway Bay, Central, Admiralty, Tai Koo, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Tong and Tsing Yi. In addition to exploring malls in various districts, your incentive winners will want to visit the famous street markets of Mong Kok, Yau Ma Tei and Stanley.
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