Local Tours for IRSPM Conference 2016
Hong Kong is a city offering a host of memorable tourist attractions within its compact area, such as The Peak, Victoria Harbour and the Giant Buddha. You'll be amazed by the diverse contrasts and close proximity of stunning cityscapes and soaring mountains, heritage sites and extensive green countryside.
The following tours are provided by Charlotte Travel for our delegates and accompanying persons during their stay in Hong Kong. They are quoted based on a minimum of 10 persons in a private coach with English speaking guide service. You will be booking the tours directly with Charlotte Travel - please quote "IRSPM Conference 2016" when you make the booking.
Tour offers an orientation
of Hong Kong, it covers visit of Victoria Peak, for a
one way peak tram ride, for a panoramic view of the
Victoria harbour. Tour continues to Stanley market,
famed as a "bargain-hunter". Conclude your tour to at
the Aberdeen Fishing Village with a sampan ride for the
glimpse of the walk of life of the fisher folk.
commences from Kowloon Peninsula, visiting Wong Tai Sin
Temple, with its classical architecture. There are more
than 3 million worshippers who visit here annually. You
will be amazed with the ritual practices and the stories
from the fortune tellers. Visit a typical rural-style
open air bazaar selling fresh produce and daily
necessities. The tour will also have a brief stop at the
lookout at Lok Ma Chau. This is a vantage point to have
a glimpse of the skyline of China's Shenzhen Special
Economic Zone. Conclude your tour with a visit to Tsang
Tai Uk. This is a fortified village that was built in
1940s, a rectangular grey- block compound with high and
thick walls. Originally, the home of a rich
quarry-master's clan, the walled village gained its
current name when it gave refuge to displaced families
after the WWII.
Dim Sum cooking
with lunch Dim sum dish is a well-known dish in Hong
Kong; our chef will unveil the secret recipe and skill
for the participants. Everyone will have a chance for
hands- on practice on making the dim sum with our chef.
Besides making the classic dumpling, he will show off
his creativity in turning the Spring Roll into a lively
squid, and a dessert to a cute penguin. This will be
followed by a dim sum lunch as your reward.
Join us on a fascinating tour of Hong
Kong's largest island on this full day excursion.
Discover a pristine beach, a traditional fishing
village, lush valleys, soaring mountains and spiritual
enlightenment. The tour starts with a ferry ride to Mui
Wo, located on the southern side of Lantau Island. On
arriving at Lantau Island, the tour heads to the Cheung
Sha Beach, which is popular with locals and visitors
alike. From the beach, the tour bus takes you to Tai O,
the historical fishing village where the Tanka boat
people still live in their stilt houses today. A day
trip to Lantau would not be complete without a visit to
Po Lin Monastery and the Giant Buddha. Time is given to
explore these two attractions before heading to Tung
Chung on the Ngong Ping Cable car.
Start off with an early dinner
at a popular Peking duck restaurant. Then take a short
stroll along the promenade, get an opportunity to watch
the Symphony of Lights show. This multimedia show is a
spectacular display of laser lights synchronized to
music. Enjoy the stunning views of Victoria Harbour and
the famous skyline of Hong Kong Island.
Conclude your tour with a visit to the Temple Street. A famed open bazaar for your souvenirs or you may ask for your fortune with the palm reader or fortune tellers in the market.
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