Tour Guide

  • In this conference, we give the following free tickets of the following 3 attractions.
    1. Hong Kong Heritage Museum

      • Located within a wooded setting just out of view of Sha Tin's towering housing complexes, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum is patterned after the traditional si he yuan; a compound of harmoniously blended houses built around a central courtyard.
        But people don't just come here for the quaint architecture; the extensive museum is divided into 12 exhibition galleries, each a treasure trove of relics that express the history, culture and arts of early Hong Kong and the nearby South China region.

      • Notable features include a collection of beautiful Chinese paintings by the acclaimed artist Zhao Shao'ang, and a comprehensive and colourful exhibition tracing the development of Cantonese opera.

      • The 'Bruce Lee: Kung Fu‧Art‧Life' exhibition

        In collaboration with the Bruce Lee Foundation in the United States, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum has organised an exhibition that looks at Bruce Lee as not only a film star and martial artist, but also cultural phenomenon. The exhibition has more than 600 invaluable items of Bruce Lee memorabilia provided by local and overseas collectors and organisations. Visitors will be able to gain a greater insight into his achievements and contributions as well as his significance in popular culture.

    2. Hong Kong Wetland Park

      • Hong Kong Wetland Park is a world-class ecotourism park that's a fantastic spot for people to enjoy some of Hong Kong's unique flora and fauna. But it also plays an even more important role, working to help conserve a vital ecosystem as well as educate the public about environmental protection and wetland conservation.

      • The park is home to an impressive cast of wildlife, including birds, butterflies and dragonflies, amphibians, reptiles, mammals and fish! Visitors' understanding and enjoyment of this ecosystem is helped by a Visitor Centre - Wetland Interactive World and a 60-hectare Wetland Reserve that showcases the diversity of Hong Kong's wetland ecosystem.

      • Wetland Interactive World
        Inside Wetland Interactive World there are themed exhibition galleries, a theatre, an indoor play area ('Swamp Adventure') and a resource centre. The exhibitions showcase the importance of wetlands conservation and provide a hands-on experience of being a wetlands reporter. Just make sure you watch out for the singing fish!

      • Wetland Reserve
        The outdoor Wetland Reserve comprises recreated wetland habitats specially designed for waterfowl and other wildlife. Other features include Stream Walk, Mangrove Boardwalk, Butterfly Garden and three bird hides that give you closer access to the habitats and wildlife.

    3. Hong Kong Museum of History

      • The Hong Kong Museum of History has proved it's possible to squeeze 400 million years of history into one 7,000 square metre space. A list-topper for history buffs, the museum has made enormous efforts in studying, collecting, processing and exhibiting countless objects which are related to the archaeology, history, ethnography and natural histories of Hong Kong and South China. Thematic exhibitions are also regularly held at different times.

    The following shows the Hong Kong map containing these 3 attractions and the SSTD venue.

    You can find free tickets of the above 3 attractions in the conference bag to be given in the SSTD registration. You can arrange personal trips by yourself to visit some of these 3 attractions if you are interested in some of them.

  • In addition to the above 3 attractions, we present the top 10 Hong Kong attractions given by the Hong Kong Tourism Board. You can find more details about Hong Kong attractions from the link from "Discover Hong Kong - Official Travel Guide from the Hong Kong Tourism Board".

    1. Avenue of Stars
      Stunning views of the harbour tower above you, while the names of Hong Kong's movie icons lie beneath your feet.

    2. The Peak
      Out-of-this-world view of skyscrapers, the glittering harbour and the green hills of the distant New Territories.

    3. Ocean Park Hong Kong
      Thrill rides, giant pandas and a world-class aquarium keep Ocean Park on Hong Kong's list of favourites.

    4. Hong Kong Disneyland
      Magic, adventure and the world's favourite cast of characters await. Embark on a journey with magical adventures for all ages!

    5. Ladies' Market
      About a kilometre of street-market bustle and clothing, accessories and souvenir bargains

    6. Temple Street Night Market
      Souvenirs, snacks, opera singers and fortune tellers – ordered chaos in action.

    7. Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (and Golden Bauhinia Square)
      One of Hong Kong's more striking constructions provides the backdrop for a ceremony rich with historical significance.

    8. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
      Take a walk on the bright side! Stroll along the waterfront with your eyes locked on one of the world's most spectacular city skylines.

    9. Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple
      A Taoist, Buddhist and Confucian temple honouring a legendary monk

    10. Clock Tower
      A landmark from the Age of Steam and a reminder of Hong Kong's colonial heritage.

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