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Hotel Accomodation

Hong Kong has many hotels of various standards and styles that will suit your requirement. Good selections of rooms in excellent hotels have been reserved for the Congress. Special conference rates have been negotiated and can only be obtained by making your reservation before November 8, 2013. To avoid any disappointment, please place your booking early.

L’hotel Island South

Address 55 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong
Website www.lhotelislandsouth.com
Phone (852) 3968 8888
Room Category City View Room
Room Rate HK$ 850 + 10% service charge per night, including daily breakfast
     

Uniquely located in the southern district of Hong Kong Island, L’hotel Island South offers 432 spacious and design-led guestrooms and suites that are redefining conventional notions of comfort and style. As a convenience for today's global travelers, L'hotel Island South provides complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection and an array of other advanced technologies, plus superb meeting and banquet venues, a gymnasium and an outdoor pool that offer green vistas, and comprehensive business support. Complementing all of these is an eco-friendly attitude as well as a smart casual service style from our friendly and highly dynamic hotel team members. Whether for business or leisure, guests also enjoy quick and easy access to the territory's prime business, shopping, dining and entertainment hubs as well as a host of nice beaches, nature parks, plus heritage and cultural trails along the southern end of Hong Kong Island.

L'hotel Island South is located within 5 minutes walk to Hong Kong Academy of Medicine and 15 minutes walk to the Hong Kong Ocean Park.

Regal Hongkong Hotel

Address 88 Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Website www.regalhongkong.com
Phone (852) 2890 6633
Room Category Superior Room
Room Rate HK$1,580 + 10% service charge per night, including daily breakfast
   

Situated in the heart of Causeway Bay, Hong Kong's vibrant commercial and shopping district, the deluxe five-star Regal Hongkong Hotel is the epitome of luxury and elegance where international business and leisure travellers are pampered with stylish comforts and a wide selection of gourmet choices.

The deluxe hotel is located in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, offering 482 guestrooms in an elegant style and 20 function rooms, together with 4 exquisite dining establishments serving Cantonese, Western, Italian cuisine and a lobby lounge. A complete range of recreational facilities featuring a luxurious rooftop swimming pool and state-of-the art gymnasium equipped with advance training facilities.


Optional Tours

Golf Tournament (Wednesday 11 December 2013)
The Academy has arranged the Annual Golf Tournament during the Congress. The tournament will be held at the Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course – East Course.
Golf Package:  
Hong Kong Resident (with HKID): HK$1,200 per person
Non Hong Kong Resident: HK$1,400 per person
* Golf Package Fee includes 18 holes golf games, cart fee, one basket of driving range balls, locker fee, morning snack box, halfway drinks, cocktails and late afternoon lunch*

Symphony of Lights Cruise (Sunday 8 December 2013, approximately 8pm – 9:30pm)
ADULT: HK$310 or US$40 CHILD: HK$220 or US$29 (2 – 11 yrs old)
Join an exciting harbour night cruise with unlimited cocktails served on board while cruising around the beautiful Victoria Harbour and watch the Symphony of Lights show which has just been named the "World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show" by Guinness World Records. It combines lights, music and narration involving 33 key buildings on both side of the harbour, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon create an all-round vision of coloured lights, laser beams and searching lights for 12 stunningly unforgettable minutes.

Heritage Tour (Wednesday 11 December 2013, approximately 9am – 2pm)
ADULT: HK$460 or US$60 CHILD: HK$410 or US$53 (2 - 11 yrs old)
This is the easiest way to see a number of historical Hong Kong sites, spread over a wide area of the New Territories. Enter the 18th century Hakka clan walled village, the La Wai Walled Village, the century-old Man Mo Temple and the Tang Chung Ling Ancestral Hall, a special stop at the Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees are also included, where you can write your wish on one of the railings.

Dolphin-Watching Tour (Wednesday 11 December 2013, approximately 9am – 1pm)
ADULT: HK$380 or US$49 CHILD: HK$190 or US$25 (2 - 11 yrs old)
Have the unique opportunity to see Hong Kong's endangered pink dolphins in their scenic, natural habitat in the waters off Lantau Island. Watching these pink dolphins’ swimming freely is truly an unforgettable experience.This cruise will sail pass the Hong Kong International Airport and Tsing Ma Bridge, offering alternatives views of these New Hong Kong architectural marvels.

Hong Kong Island Tour (Daily, approximately 9am – 1:30pm)
ADULT: HK$320 or US$42 CHILD: HK$220 or US$29 (2-11 yrs old)
Pass through Causeway Bay, the Suzie Wong district of Wanchai, and Happy Valley where the horseracing tracks are located. Enjoy the scenic area of Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay with its splendid beaches.
Then it is off to Stanley Market, which is great for bargain hunting. Afterwards, explore Aberdeen where fishermen and their families live on hundreds of junks and sampans. An optional sampan ride at an additional charge is available in Aberdeen. A visit to Victoria Peak is next. Six hundred (600) meters above sea level, Victoria Peak gives a panoramic view of the city with its famous landmarks and breathtaking skyscrapers.
As an extra attraction, a visit will be made to a jewellery workshop for a behind-the-scene look at the fine craftsmanship of jewellery making in the orient.

The Land Between "New Territories" Tour (Daily, approximately 9am – 2pm with lunch)
ADULT: HK$600 or US$78 CHILD: HK$550 or US$71 (2 – 11 yrs old)
Away from the maddening pace of the city, this tour offers a glimpse of the rural and traditional Hong Kong. Visit the Yuen Yuen Institute, a large monastery complex housing the three predominant local religions Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism. Afterwards, go up to Tai Mo Shan, highest mountain of Hong Kong, for a spectacular panoramic views of the surrounding areas.
Next stop is where you need binoculars. In the distance lies the border village of Sha Tau Kok and nearby a protected bird sanctuary where Chinese Pond Herons can be seen. Night Herons and even the rare Swinnoe's Egrets are also known to nest here. A stop at a fish-farming zone at Sam Mun Tsai is next followed by lunch served at one of the famous restaurant in Sha Tin.

Outer Island "Lantau" Tour (Daily, approximately 8:30am – 4:30pm)
ADULT: HK$720 or US$94 CHILD: HK$560 or US$73 (2 – 11 yrs old)
Pick up from hotel and board on an hour ferry to Silver Mine Bay on Lantau, which is twice the size of Hong Kong Island. On arrival, disembark for a coach tour of the island including a visit to Cheungsha beach, Tai-O fishing village and see the world's tallest outdoor seated bronze Buddha on the top of the Lantau Peak. A vegetarian lunch is served in the Monastery, followed by Ngong Ping 360 cable car ride to Tung Chung. Transfer back to hotels.

Morning Harbour & Noon Day Gun Firing Cruise (Daily, approximately 10am – 12:30pm)
ADULT: HK$230 or US$30 CHILD: HK$140 or US$18 (2 – 11 yrs old)
Experience an exciting harbour cruise while enjoying coffee/tea on board to help, which helps to brighten up your day. The cruise sails out to the Eastern harbour area of Hong Kong, along the waterfront of Central, Wanchai, Causeway Bay and North Point before viewing Lei Yue Mun Village waterfront & the Shau Kei Wan Typhoon Shelter-home of Hong Kong’s fishing families and their deep sea fishing junks. Last but not the least, you will move on the Causeway Bay waterfront known as East Point in the olden days to witness the firing of the legendary Jardine Noon Day Gun, a tradition that dates back to Hong Kong’s early days.