Attractions and Interactions
Your guests will enjoy a smooth arrival at Hong Kong International Airport – ranked the world's best international airport eight times in 10 years.
Your visitors can spend the remainder of the morning and afternoon exploring the Hong Kong Disneyland – one of the city's must-visit theme parks.
Still at Hong Kong Disneyland, your guests can step into a colourful welcome cocktail party at Adventureland, where a pulsating exotic jungle motif serves as the backdrop.
Your visitors will sit down to a lovely welcome dinner at the Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel – one of three hotels at the resort – which offers an opulent Victorian-style setting.
After breakfast, your guests will head to the popular seaside sights of Repulse Bay and Murray House. It’s a delightful outing that offers a little of everything that makes Hong Kong such a great city: beach (Repulse Bay), shopping (Stanley Market) and culture (Murray House).
For a unique Hong Kong experience, your visitors will hop into a sampan (a Chinese-style small boat) to tour the nearby Aberdeen fishing village for a peek into the lives of the local fisherfolk.
Your visitors will wile away the afternoon freely exploring Ocean Park. There, they’ll be able to enjoy thrilling rides, a stunning cable car trip, and aquatic marvels ranging from dolphins to an amazing assortment of jellyfish.
While dining inside Atoll Reef at Ocean Park, Napoleon fish, sharks, and other sea life will swim above your visitors’ heads!
Your guests will get the day started right with some muscle-toning and team-building fun at the ‘Lion Dance Academy’. They’ll learn 1000-year-old techniques while training for roles as either half of the mythical, costumed lion; the Happy Buddha dance master; or a traditional Chinese musician. They’ll then tuck into a mouth-watering dim sum lunch at one of Hong Kong’s award-winning restaurants.
Alternatively, nature lovers may prefer to head to the 60-hectare Hong Kong Wetland Park, where the splendour of Hong Kong's biodiversity awaits.
Visitors will then jump aboard the thrilling Peak Tram to travel upwards to Victoria Peak, to enjoy spectacular views of Victoria Harbour from the Peak Tower. Afterwards, they can enjoy an interactive experience with some of the world's top celebrities at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong waxworks museum. Your visitors can try their luck and pursure their dreams in Monopoly Dreams as well.
Your guests will tuck into a harbour cruise dinner while millions of shimmering lights from the surrounding high-rises dazzle them as they experience the famous A Symphony of Lights show. The spectacular presentation has been classified as the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records.
Your visitors can finish up the day with a nightcap or two at the trendy nighttime hangouts Lan Kwai Fong or Knutsford Terrace.
The morning will be free for shopping in a city renowned for its incredible diversity and sheer quantity of goods for sale, encompassing electronics, cosmetics, jewellery, clothing, traditional Chinese products, and much more.
Ngong Ping 360 will present a breathtaking cable car ride across Lantau Island’s mountainside to a themed village. There, your guests can marvel at the awesome Big Buddha – the world’s tallest outdoor seated bronze statue – as well as the spiritual Wisdom Path.
Your visitors will then be transferred back to the nearby Hong Kong International Airport in time for their departures.
[ Remarks: The staircase leading to the Big Buddha will be temporarily closed for improvement works from 16 February 2022 until around mid-year; the exact reopening date will be announced in due course. Meanwhile, renovation and maintenance works of the Big Buddha are complete. Please check the official website before you visit. ]