There is a lot of information about accommodation, travel & tourism out there, but we thought we’d give few examples. This is only a guide, but between the two main links below you should be able to find out everything you need.
Hong Kong Tourism Board
Hong Kong Travel
Visas & Immigration
Many countries you do not need a visa to travel to Hong Kong, however before traveling to Hong Kong please check. How ever If you are planning on visiting Mainland China you will need to get a visa.
General Immigration & Customs Information
HKSAR Visa Requirements for Specific Countries/Territories
Mainland China Visas
HK Airport to Your Hotel
There are a number of ways to get from the airport to your hotel. Depending on their your hotel is, we highly recommend taking the Airport Express train to Central (24mins). The free in-town check-in services outbound is brillant.
More Airport Transport Options
HK has fantastic public transport system. MTR, buses and taxis are the main forms of transport. MTR and (most) buses are set up to use Octopus Cards. Taxis are also inexpensive and readily available. While many people in HK understand English enough to get you where you need to go, it’s advisable to get a written Chinese copy of e.g. your hotels address just in case.
Airport Express Travel Pass Octopus Card
More info and rough prices on the MTR, Taxis, Buses, Ferries & Trams
Accommodation in Hong Kong
There is a loads of places to stay in Hong Kong to suit many budgets. Shop around for good deals. We will always try our best to let attendees know when we have confirmed venues to help you make an informed choice.
Hong Kong Tourism Board Map of Hotels
Online Travel Websites
Here are some examples online travel websites off the top of our heads. They can help you get a sense of hotel prices, star ratings and reviews.
Hostels We Liked
The Salisbury – YMCA of Hong Kong
* We highly recommend you do not to book at Chungking Mansion hostels (Nathan Road, TST East area).
Tourism & Other Info
Hong Kong has so much to offer the would be sightseer with vast exterms between modern busy citties to surprising rural areas. We will not try and list all the things to do, just visit HK Tourism Board’s Website they have a lot of info on there.