Magic and Majesty
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 will experience the magic of Hong Kong Disneyland, which offers all the classic fun and flavours of Fantasyland, Adventureland, Tomorrowland, and Main Street USA.
Your guests will kick off their evening shopping for bargains at the buzzing Temple Street Night Market. A typical evening at the popular market includes fortune-tellers rubbing elbows with chess masters, street singers performing Cantonese opera, and crowded food stalls dishing out local delicacies.
Ocean Park, one of Asia's largest theme parks, will offer your visitors a jam-packed day of excitement. They can watch dolphins and sea lions play; enter an underwater 'garden', where fluorescent jellyfish float overhead; view some of Asia's rarest animals; and meet the two giant pandas, Le Le and Ying Ying. Those after some more electrifying fun can climb aboard the Hair Raiser rollercoaster, or stomach-churning Abyss Turbo Drop.
After a delicious alfresco lunch in the seaside village of Stanley, your visitors will spend some time exploring the popular village, including shopping in its famous covered street market, strolling along the seafront, and touring the colonial-era Murray House. Afterwards, a short scenic drive will showcase some of Asia's prettiest coastal scenery as your guests make their way towards a sampan ride (a Chinese-style small boat) for a tour around the Aberdeen typhoon shelter. It's an up-close way to discover how the local fisherfolk enjoy a mix of old traditions and modern comforts in their floating community.
It’s time for your visitors to unwind over a cocktail in surroundings fit for an emperor and serves stylish food amidst an opulent setting.
Your guests will start the day with a thrilling Peak Tram ride up to Victoria Peak for panoramic views of the harbour's cityscapes from the majestic Peak Tower. Within it, they can get up close and personal with some of the world's top celebrities at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong waxworks museum.
For lunch, one of Hong Kong’s award-winning restaurants will offer your visitors an authentic Hong Kong culinary experience.
The rest of the afternoon 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.
Your guests will discover why Hong Kong is renowned for its fresh seafood and alfresco dining, as they sit down to a feast on picturesque Lamma Island. Then, they can hop aboard a chartered boat bound for the middle of the harbour, where they will enjoy the fantastic multimedia extravaganza, A Symphony of Lights. Involving more than 30 buildings on both sides of the harbour, the colourful spectacle has been classified as the 'World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show' by Guinness World Records.
Your visitors can then hit the town to sample the nightlife within some of Hong Kong's trendiest nightspots – Lan Kwai Fong or Knutsford Terrace. Those who are keen can unwind before bed with an hour of foot reflexology.
The day will begin with a visit to Ngong Ping 360 – its sensational 25-minute cable car ride carrying your visitors across the picturesque Lantau Island mountains to a themed village and the awesome Big Buddha – the world's tallest outdoor seated bronze statue. They can also tour the peaceful Wisdom Path, and the adjacent Po Lin Monastery is famed for its prayer halls and vegetarian lunch options.
From either spot, Hong Kong International Airport is just a short trip away.
[ Remarks: The Big Buddha is currently undergoing renovations. The Big Buddha statue is covered and the areas in the vicinity of the Big Buddha statue will be closed during the maintenance period. All other religious ceremonies and events will continue as usual, please check the official website before you visit. ]