Hong Kong, officially the Hong
Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's
Republic of China, is an autonomous territory on
the Pearl River Delta of China. In 2014, Hong Kong
was the eleventh most popular destination for
international tourists among countries and
territories worldwide, with a total of 27.8 million
visitors. Hong Kong is also the most popular city
for tourists, nearly two times of its nearest
The detailed arrangement will be provided around early of December 2017. Here we just recommend some sighteeings. If you have interest for the city visit, please contact with the conference secretary.
Primarily an upmarket residential area, sun-drenched Repulse Bay has a relaxed resort-like atmosphere. The wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with locals and visitors alike and great for sandy strolls in the early morning when the sun is up and the sunbathers are out in force, or at sunset when all is at peace.This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong.
Disneyland Hong Kong
You can never be sure what mysteries will be unlocked during your visit to Mystic Point Hong Kong Disneyland’s latest and exclusive attraction. This summer, Lord Henry Mystic, an eccentric explorer has graciously opened his home to everyone. Here, visitors can ride in his latest invention, the ‘Mystic Magneto-Electric Carriage’, to view his acquisitions from around the world. At Mystic Point, you can’t always trust your senses. Discover for yourself what is real and what is not!
Looking down from The Peak you'll be amazed by the spectacular view of the surrounding city skyline, the world-famous Victoria Harbour and Kowloon , towering skyscrapers and peaceful green hillsides. Getting there is an unforgettable trip. There's nothing in the world like the Peak Tram. Pulled by steel cables, the tram climbs 373 metres (about 1,200 feet). It's so steep that the buildings you pass look like they're leaning at a 45°angle! Whether you're going up or coming down, you'll love this trip.
Tin Hau Temple
The temple was built by the Tai family probably in the early 18th Century. They often went to Causeway Bay to gather grass and some family members found a statue of Tin Hau near the shore. They erected a shelter for the statue and, as it became more popular, a proper temple building was built with donations from local boat people.