Hong Kong is a vibrant, international city, the Events and Culinary Capital of Asia, and a leading global business, transportation and communications hub. Let's have a glance of some of her numerous tourist attractions. Come to our APCSC CRE & CSQS Summit 2013 and experience Hong Kong's fascination in June!
Shopping, Culture and Fun

Hong Kong is undoubtedly a paradise for consumers. In Hong Kong, you can conveniently find most of the world's largest brands, street fashion, home accessories, antiques and a lot more.

Shopping malls

Festival Walk - the largest mall in Kowloon Tong: http://www.festivalwalk.com.hk/Eng/index.htm

Times Square - the largest mall in Causeway Bay : http://www.timessquare.com.hk/eng/

Langham Place - the largest mall in Mong Kok: http://www.langhamplace.com.hk/big5/

Shopping Areas

Lan Kwai Fong & Soho - Hong Kong's trendiest nightlife area: http://www.lankwaifong.com/index.php?page=home

Hollywood Road - Quaint locales crammed with antique shops and an open-air curio market: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/touring/hkiidistricts/ta_dist_cent2.jhtml

Open-air Market

Stanley Market - historic fishing lanes jam-packed with vendors selling Chinese artwork, silk collectibles and curios: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/shop/where-to-shop/street-markets-and-shopping-streets/stanley-market.jsp

Yuen Po Street Bird Garden - the favorite gathering place for Hong Kong's songbird owners:

Ladies' Market - an amazing array of bargain women's clothing and accessories:

Temple Street Night Market - a place where you can find an astonishing variety of clothing, pens, watches, CDs, cassettes, electronic gadgets, eat hot-pot dishes, consult fortune-tellers and meet Chinese opera enthusiasts:

Jade Market - a mecca for collectors from all over the world:


Urbanity and serenity, shadows of both Chinese heritage and Western civilization, signs of commercial fervour and cultural scent are the visual uniqueness for this unclassifiable world city.

A Symphony of Light - a spectacular multimedia show, already named the “World’s Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by Guinness World Records: http://www.tourism.gov.hk/symphony/ ; photo gallery: http://www.tourism.gov.hk/symphony/english/gallery/gallery.html

Harbour Cruises - step aboard the Star Ferry and experience the beauty of the Victoria Habour at morning, afternoon, evening and night:

The Peak - get on the modern funicular railway and view the famous and stunning view from the Victoria Peak:

Clock Tower - a reminder of the Age of Stream; an ideal starting place for a Heritage Walk in Tsim Sha Tsui which is near to the beautifully designed Cultural Center, YMCA, Peninsular Hotel, Nathan Road, Golden Mile, Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre etc.:

Kowloon Walled City Park - a park which was once the perimeter of a notorious village, part of China throughout British rule, which was known for it's sordid proclivities and which is now replaced with pavilions, ponds, turtles, goldfish and exquisite flora:

Theme Park

Looking for a world class excitement and entertainment? Wish to spend a fabulous weekend with your family? Fancy of aquarium and Walt Disney? Hong Kong's two theme parks can give you all these!

Ocean Park -  a popular theme park which has just opens Southeast Asia's first see jelly aquarium:  http://www.oceanpark.com.hk/html/en/home/

Hong Kong Disney Land -  the legendary fairytale kingdom for you to celebrate the spirit of fantasy, the world of tomorrow and a forever-young sense of adventure with the famous characters: http://park.hongkongdisneyland.com/hkdl/en_US/home/home?name=HomePage   


Named as the paradise for gourmets, Hong Kong has a wide variety of delicious cuisines, all you need is a good appetite!

Sea Food on Lamma Island, Sai Kung and Lee Yue Mun - taste fresh seafood at seaside restaurants:

Asian Cuisine in Kowloon City - taste a wide variety of delicious and inexpensive Southeast Asian delights, Cantonese and Chiu Chow dishes, as well as scrumptious local desserts: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/dine-drink/where-to-eat/kowloon-city.jsp


Despite being a commercial city, Hong Kong has reserved many beautiful natural sceneries for local people and visitors to experience her natural beauty. Come to discover this hidden side of Hong Kong!

Repulse Bay - Hong Kong's most popular sandy beach with many facilities for beachgoers and day-trippers, such as shops, restaurants and bars: http://www.discoverhongkong.com/eng/see-do/great-outdoors/beaches/repulse-bay-beach.jsp

Shek O - a popular seaside destination which looks like a picture-postcard image of an ancient Chinese community: