Superb Infrastructure

Hong Kong’s sophisticated and reliable infrastructure makes the city run like clockwork. Its transport system is one of the most advanced and well-connected in the world, its international airport is consistently recognised for its performance and efficiency, and its enormous selection of venues and hotels accommodate MICE events and visitors in state-of-the-art comfort.

World-leading airport

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) ranks among 11 hub airports that have a distinguished Skytrax 5-star rating. It has garnered over 80 "World's Best Airport" awards over the years and remains one of the world’s busiest air cargo hubs. With the new third runway system, HKIA is set to transform from a ‘city airport’ into an ‘Airport City’. The expansion will enable the airport to handle 120 million passengers and 10 million tonnes of cargoes annually, cementing Hong Kong’s status as an international aviation hub as designated in the National 14th Five-Year Plan.  

With the convenient in-town check-in service, free Wi-Fi, and efficient Airport Express trains that reach downtown in just 24 minutes, every MICE event in Hong Kong begins smoothly at this major hub, setting the right tone when visitors arrive and leaving a positive final impression when they depart.

Easy access across town

Hong Kong operates one of the world’s most advanced transportation networks that allows MICE attendees to reach venues, hotels, and leisure spots 24/7 with ease and convenience. Its excellent highway systems interlace with above and underground rail networks, bus and minibus routes, tram rides, taxis, and ferry services – together making no destination difficult or slow to reach.

Enhanced connectivity

Hong Kong’s infrastructure is constantly expanding to enhance its attractiveness as one of the world’s most convenient and capable cities for MICE events. The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao bridge makes the nearby cities accessible by road in just 30 minutes, fostering a fast flow of people and cargoes between Hong Kong and some of the Mainland China’s wealthiest consumer markets.The 26 km "Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong" High Speed Rail (Hong Kong Section) also further enhances Hong Kong’s economic ties with Mainland China, speeding up the commute to China’s populous southern cities, and connecting with China’s national high-speed rail system.

World-class hotels

Hong Kong’s over 320 hotels range from high-end luxurious to high-quality budget, and can comfortably accommodate even the biggest MICE events, with over 89,000 rooms on offer across the city. Many of Hong Kong’s key hotels are equipped with superlative meeting facilities and excellent restaurants and bars. Transport is fast and easy between hotels and venues, or MICE visitors may prefer to unwind by taking a stroll along Hong Kong’s streets, encountering plenty to see (and eat!) in between.