• Exploring Taiwan’s meeting and events landscape

    Phyllis Lau, Destination Asia Hong Kong’s MICE expert, was recently invited on a four-day familiarisation trip organised by the Taipei City Tourism Board, an excellent opportunity to discover Taiwan’s top sightseeing spots and new MICE venues.  From the bustling capital city of Taipei to the serene countryside outside it, this destination has so much to […]
    • November 30, 2023
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  • Dress to impress for a Shanghai-style night out in Hong Kong

    Venue: China Club, Hong Kong Capacity: 10-30 pax For an evening with a genuine wow factor, Destination Asia Hong Kong has partnered with wardrobe specialist Yang Shang Kee and the elegant, members-only China Club, designed by the eminent socialite Sir David Tang. This event was first arranged for an Australian incentive group travelling to Hong […]
    • November 17, 2023
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  • Clockenflap outdoor music festival, a hit in Hong Kong

    Clockenflap is Asia’s leading outdoor music and arts festival, and a highlight of Hong Kong’s annual cultural calendar. Cultivating and celebrating creativity, the festival is on a mission to inspire through music and arts. With dazzling, diverse activities and attractions, and appearances from Japanese rising superstar Joji, J-pop headliners Yoasobi and Jarvis Cocker’s legendary Britpop rockers Pulp, […]
    • November 3, 2023
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  • Hong Kong’s Starlit Swire Symphony Returns

    Swire Symphony Under the Stars, the Hong Kong Philharmonic’s yearly musical extravaganza, is scheduled to take place again this year at the Central Harbourfront Event Space on 18 November, starting at 19:30 pm. Symphony Under the Stars is a fabulous event for several reasons: it’s free, it’s outdoors, it’s next to Victoria Harbour and it brings […]
    • October 4, 2023
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  • Back To Business As Travel Resumes to Hong Kong

    Since re-opening in March, the Hong Kong team have been quick to get back up to speed and are now busy welcoming guests from a number of different long-haul markets, with strong incoming demand from South America and the UK. A milestone in the revival came in April, when the team orchestrated seamless experiences for […]
    • September 4, 2023
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  • 2023 Gay Games to Take Place in Hong Kong

    The Gay Games, one of the world’s largest inclusive sports, arts and cultural events, will be held in Hong Kong from 3-11 November, giving Asia its first opportunity to celebrate the unity and diversity that this event brings with nine whole days of sports, culture and fun. The Games were first held in San Francisco […]
    • August 21, 2023
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  • Immersive Side Trip for Visitors Attending Meetings in Hong Kong

    Venue: Yim Tin Tsai, Hong Kong Capacity: 50 pax, split into groups While business is, of course, the priority for most international meetings and conferences, there are several excellent reasons why an agenda should also include at least one R&R opportunity, as it brings benefits for delegates and organisers alike. However, this activity must be […]
    • July 24, 2023
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  • Hong Kong’s AIA Carnival Makes a Spectacular Return this Winter

    After almost four years, the city’s much loved annual winter tradition is returning to the Hong Kong Observation Wheel and AIA Vitality Park at the Central Harbourfront – and it promises to be bigger, brighter and better than ever this year. In support of HKSAR Government’s Hello Hong Kong and Happy Hong Kong campaigns, the […]
    • July 7, 2023
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  • Harbour Chill Carnival arrives in Hong Kong for July/August 2023

    Harbour Chill Carnival, a festival with the accent firmly on fun, is coming to Victoria Harbour this summer. The carnival, which offers free admission throughout, is part of the Happy Hong Kong Program, organised by Hong Kong Tourism Board. For five weekends from 8 July to 6 August, the Wan Chai Waterfront Promenade turns into […]
    • June 16, 2023
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  • Ahoy There! The Dragon Boats are Back in Hong Kong

    The Hong Kong International Dragon Boat Races are set to make a very welcome return on 24-25 June 2023 after a four-year break. These races are an integral follow-up to the Dragon Boat Festival, which falls on June 22 this year, and is a traditional, time-honoured set of rituals and practices to drive away darkness […]
    • May 17, 2023
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  • Half a Million Air Tickets and a Million Free Treats On Offer from Hong Kong

    To send the biggest possible welcome to the world now the Covid restrictions have been lifted, Hong Kong is giving away 500,000 air tickets and over a million Hong Kong Goodies visitor vouchers with citywide offers. For flyers from long-haul points in the US, UK, Europe, and Australia, the lucky draw on giveaway air tickets […]
    • April 5, 2023
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  • Regent Hong Kong Re-opening in April 2023

    There can be little argument that the re-opening of the Regent Hong Kong, scheduled for late April 2023, is causing a buzz around town. The return of this grand hotel marks a new chapter in the life of Victoria Harbour, building on a storied legacy of unforgettable experiences and extraordinary views. First constructed in 1980 […]
    • March 13, 2023
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