Hotel & Travel
Hotel and Air Travel Information:
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How to get to the exposition:
Transport around Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre:
MTR - Wanchai MTR Station Exit A5
Public Buses - Kowloon Motor Bus, First Bus
From Hong Kong International Airport to Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre:
Hotel Coaches & Limousines
Map Around HKCEC:
Hong Kong Attractions
Whether you're interested in doing some last-minute shopping, seeing the sights, finding a great restaurant or indulging in a little culture and heritage, Hong Kong has it all for you! Explore the Hong Kong Tourism Board's leisure travel for business professionals website.
Hong Kong offers a host of memorable tourist attractions and diverse dining and shopping opportunities within its compact area including:
• Museums of history and culture
• Monuments to modern architecture
• Tours of living culture, heritage, and outlying islands
• More than 11,000 restuarants, in what is often referred to as the Culinary Capital of Asia
Dining - if there is one food visitors must sample in Hong Kong, it's the Seafood.
Huge tanks of live fish and bubbling containers of prawns, crabs, scallops, clams, oysters and other seafood vie for attention. Preparing fresh, live seafood is a culinary art in Hong Kong, where skilled Cantonese chefs will have you salivating over the distinctive flavors and textures of their fishy dishes.
Health & Visas
Visitors from most countries can enter Hong Kong without a visa for periods varying from seven days to six months. There are currently no immunization requirements.
More than 100 countries and territories have representative offices in Hong Kong in recognition of its position as a world city and international trade and financial centre. To find contact details of any of these offices, please click here.
Money & Credit Cards
Legal tender is the Hong Kong Dollar (HKD). The HKD is pegged by the government at HKD7.8 to the American Dollar. Major credit cards are widely accepted.
Banks: 09:00 - 17:00 (Mon - Fri) / 09:00 - 13:00 (Sat)
Private Offices: 09:00 - 18:00 (Mon - Fri) / 09:00 - 13:00 (Sat)
Shops: 10:00 - 21:00 (Daily)
Visitors may bring in 200 cigarettes (or 50 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco) and a one-liter bottle of alcohol
The time in Hong Kong is GMT plus 8 hours
All tap water should be boiled before drinking.
220 Volts 50 cycles AC
Hong Kong is a sub-tropical, monsoonal city with four distinct seasons.
Spring: March to mid-May has temperatures from 19C – 26C and bring occasional mist and rain showers.
Summer: late May to mid-September has temperatures from 26C – 33C and is normally sunny but during the typhoon season (July – September) there can be heavy rains.
Autumn: September to early December, temperatures can range from 18C - 28C and is sunny and clear.
Winter: late December to February, the temperatures ranges from 12C – 18C and is sunny, bright and occasionally quit chilly
Cantonese is the main dialect, and to a lesser extent Mandarin. However, English is widely understood in most shops, restaurants and hotels.