Let’s explore Hong Kong with CIT, the “Fragrant Harbour”, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, is an autonomous territory and former British colony, in southeastern China. The territory features the most skyscrapers in the world, surrounding Victoria Harbour. Hong Kong is a city of charm, the sophistication of an internationally, culturally diversity and cosmopolitan lifestyle are at the very core of Hong Kong’s attractions. Hong Kong also offers un-spoilt natural beauty and spectacular scenery, whereby over 70% of this region is covered mountains and sprawling country parks, some also home to geological and historical gems.
See the 360° views of Victoria Harbour at the Sky100 Observation Deck on top of Hong Kong ICC – the city’s tallest building!
Campaign period: Up to 30 Aug 2019
Ticket Validity: Up to 31 Dec 2019
– Promo valid with purchase of any flight or ground package to Hong Kong during campaign period.
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Hong Kong is one of the gourmet mecca for foodies around the world. This city produces a remarkable array of foods ranging from the deliciousness traditional to unselfconscious fusion foods, each more drool -worthy than the next. Whatever is your gastronomic desires, this city will find a way to sate them right. It could be a bowl of fulfilling Fishballs snack, smelly stinky tofu, a warm pineapple bun, the classic Hong Kong egg tart or any food from roadside stalls to world-class restaurants.
Go beneath Hong Kong’s glamorous surface, beyond its dazzling intensity and into its many neighborhoods. Start you journey to Old Town Central from the history-steeped area outlined by Wyndham Street, Caine Road, Possession Street and Queen’s Road Central, with Hollywood Road, one of the first roads built in the colonial era, coursing through the middle. Explore the Wan Chai District, discover the dining, shopping and cultural experience as well as exotic nightlife within the old tenement buildings and hidden temples among the district’s towering skyscrapers.
Chinese New Year celebrations, Halloween bashes, arts and film festivals and sports tournaments – from ancient and quirky local festivities, Hong Kong’s year-round calendar of happenings blends East and West, tradition and modernity. Likewise, Hong Kong also attracts exhibitions and fairs that stand out on the world stage. Turn your Hong Kong trip into an in-depth exploration of the world’s best brands, books, comics, games and flowers!