Venue & Travel
GETTING TO THE VENUE
Situated next to the Hong Kong Ocean Park, the Ocean Park Marriott Hotel is just a short drive away from the Hong Kong commercial heart, and few
minutes away from an oasis of tropical luxury and natural splendor, providing the ideal starting place to uncover Hong Kong.
FROM THE CITY
Address: Ocean Park Marriott Hotel,180 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Aberdeen, Hong Kong.
Subway: You can take the MTR South Island Line and get off at Ocean Park Station, which is adjacent from the Ocean Park Marriott Hotel.
Parking: The Ocean Park Marriott Hotel offers parking facility.
Bus: Public bus routes are available to the Hong Kong Country Club which is a short walk away from the Ocean Park Marriott Hotel.
FROM THE AIRPORT
You can travel from Hong Kong International Airport to your hotel or the Ocean Park Marriott Hotel by:
- Taxi from one of the pick-up zones clearly marked outside the terminals
- Hire a car at one of the many hire car service providers conveniently located at the Airport
- Public buses or Airport Express & MTR
Most nationals travelling from overseas are eligible to enjoy a visa free period for visit to Hong Kong ranging from 14 to 90 days. Further information
is available on the Hong Kong Immigration Department website.
ABOUT HONG KONG
Situated at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong is the natural gateway to Mainland China. About half of the world population can be reached within less than five hours flight time and most Asian key markets are within a four hour flight span. These factors makes Hong Kong an ideal place to host large-scale international conferences. In addition, the city's charm is characterised by world-class dining, art galleries, fashion, shopping and more. We suggest you stay awhile and enjoy one of the world's most liveable cities and explore Hong Kong.
Average daily temperature in April: 24-28°C.
GETTING AROUND HONG KONG
PLACES TO EXPLORE
The Peak is the highest point on Hong Kong Island and it offers the best views of the city - stretching from the skyscrappers and towers of the city centre to the mountains in the New Territories. The Peak is accessible by the Peak Tram, which passes the city's buildings at a dizzying incline as it travels up to 1,300 feet above sea level.
Opened in 1977, Ocean Park is a marine-life theme park featuring animals, thrill rides and shows. it is located on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, with an area of more than 915,000 square metres. the two major attractions areas, the Waterfront and the Summit, are connected by the Cable Car and Ocean Express funicular train.
Despite the name, Ladies' Market in Mong Kok has plenty of options for men, along with kids clothing, fashion jewellery, shoes, bags and typical Chinese souvenirs such as tea and snack. With over 100 stalls of bargain clothing,accessories, and souvenirs, the Ladies' Market is one of the most popular tourist attractions to pick up a bargain. You will also find plenty of local coffee shops and street stalls selling local Hong Kong cuisine, such as wonton noodles, curry fish balls and deep-fried squids.
Stanley Market, situated in the quaint village of Stanley on Hong Kong Island's south coast, is a huge hit with locals, expats and tourists. Here you can find enormous selection of brand-name clothing items and accessories, jewellery, home furnishings, souvenirs, ornaments, and Oriental knick-knacks sold at reasonable prices. If that is not enough to grab you, the nearby eateries along the breezy seaside strip surely will.
Disneyland, the largest theme park in Hong Kong, located on Lantau Island is a must see because of its special attractions and the inimitable sense of Chinese culture. Accompanied by Mickey Mouse and other Disney friends, you start a fantastic and magical journey.
Soho, south of Hollywood Road, is the multicultural wine, dine and swanky nightlife side of Central. The upmarket bars and exotic restaurants of SoHo's historic and narrow streets are chic to the extreme. You can also visit Soho during the day to explore the neighbourhood's attractive fashion boutiques, art galleries and antiques shops.
THE BIG BUDDHA
The Big Buddha on Lantau Island is one of the largest seated Buddha statutes in the world. It stands at 34 meters high and is one of Hong Kong's most popular sights. Getting to the Big Buddha with the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car is in itself an attraction.
From a traditional Chinese fishing village to a laid-back multicultural community, Lamma's blend of Western and Chinese island life creates and atmosphere that has proved to be irresistible for tourists and Hong Kong's busy residents.