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Hong Kong has been a gateway for businesses to China for decades and is currently the region's leading financial center and trade hub. The hilly landscapes that dominate the territory are punctured with skyscrapers and dense urban areas, together creating a unique mix. The availability of high-tech conference room facilities provide a modern setting for business meetings. Whether located on Hong Kong Island or Kowloon side of Victoria Harbour, meeting planners will find majestic ballrooms for hire in Hong Kong as well a wide variety of training rooms, event venues, function rooms and workshop spaces likely to offer spectacular views of the skyline.
Excellent transportation links simplify planning an event in Hong Kong. An expansive mass transit rail system (MTR), traditional British-rule era trams as well as efficient road traffic make getting to your conference venue hassle-free. The Hong Kong International Airport is one of the world's largest with excellent international connections and is connected to the city via the Airport Express with stops in Kowloon and the Central MTR Station on Hong Kong Island.
Hong Kong is a leading business hub and has traditionally been the preferred gateway to nearby Shenzhen and Guangzhou for manufacturing businesses - and for multi-national corporations looking to access the Chinese consumer market. It evolved as a key global trading hub with the Port of Hong Kong being the World's busiest container terminal for many years. As the city received almost 60 million of visitors annually - many of them coming from China on day-trips - tourism and retail are also significant contributors to the economy. Finally, many financial firms - banks, insurance companies and asset management and investment research firms - are very present in this Special Administrative Region. Significant events and trade shows in technology, electronics, jewelry, fashion, education and art take place here annually. As a result, event planners will find a large selection of theaters, auditoriums, and ballrooms for hire in Hong Kong.
The city offers various options for more informal events such as cocktail receptions, banquets and company parties at rooftop bars or outdoor terraces with breathtaking views and world-class cuisine. Indeed the city features several dozen Michelin Star fine dining restaurants. Free time and team building activities can include a hiking trip on Lantau Island to the Big Buddha and Lantau Peak (934 meters above sea level), a walk around Victoria Peak with views of the island, a trip to Hong Kong Disneyland (which also offers conference facilities) or an outing to the horse race track and the Jockey Club.
HONG KONG AIRPORT
The Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is the world's 8th busiest airport and is very well connected to the region and major global cities. The Airport Express provides a quick and convenient way to get to Hong Kong Central - the ride takes 24 minutes and costs 100 HKD (around 12 USD).
HONG KONG MASS TRANSIT
Hong Kong disposes of 9 mass transit lines: Airport Express, Disneyland Resort Line, East Rail Line, Kwun Tong Line, Ma On Shan Line, Tseung Kwan O Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Tung Chung Line and the West Rail Line