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Hong Kong, the Pearl of the Orient


Our Far East DMC PC Tours offers an update, and illustrates some of the fantastic opportunities for all types of event in the Pearl of the Orient: Hong Kong.

Hong Kong is a prime spot in the heart of Asia and is a convenient and well connected destination for international meetings and incentive trips. Half the world’s population is located within five hours of flying time, and it offers visa-free travel for visitors from about 170 countries.

A major benefit is that it is also the gateway to China. Sitting on China’s southern tip, Hong Kong offers speedy commutes to and from the Mainland making it easy for Chinese delegates to access conferences and delighting groups with enhanced incentive trips featuring multiple destinations.

As the regional headquarters of many of the world’s top business and finance organisations, there are numerous business reasons for meeting in HK. Plus as English is its first language of business, Hong Kong is a useful meeting destination.

Few cities can rival Hong Kong’s enormous variety of sightseeing, shopping, dining, arts, and cultural attractions, which provide endless options for unique activities. Whilst most people associate Hong Kong with its iconic city skyline, however 70% of the region is actually green, and excellent for outdoor pursuits and satisfying wellness and mindfulness mega trends in today’s meetings and incentive agendas. Delegates can hike in the afternoon and be back at the harbour to watch the sunset over the city from one of the iconic red junks.

The Sham Shui Po district just north of Boundary Street is filled with open air markets and delicious street food, and indeed Hong Kong can boast one of the cheapest Michelin starred eateries. 

Hong Kong’s Tim Ho Wan is reportedly the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in the world. Specialising in dim sum their most famous dish, baked BBQ pork buns, is less than $3 USD.

The brainchild of former Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong chefs Mak Gui Pui and Leung Fai Keung, this hole-in-the-wall eatery earned a Michelin star in 2010, and its inexpensive dishes soon garnered fame as delicious Michelin-worthy eats for cheap.

There are plenty of new hotels  and PC Tours can secure additional rewards and benefits at many properties here and in China and Macau.

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