China

A seminar on Hong Kong Island!

5 jours / 4 nuits
16h20

A seminar on Hong Kong Island!

  China
  16h20
  Luxury seminar in China:
  Toute l'année
  5 jours / 4 nuits
Programme du Séminaire

Hong Kong offers you a wide range of activities ; you can attend a horse race meeting in the biggest race courses in China,  go on a cruise on the Yellow Sea and even go water skiing The discovery and the visit of the town are also on the programme, all washed down with some Chinese tea.

Program

Day 1

  • Arrival at Hong Kong International Airport.
  • Porter service under customs.
  • Meet your francophone local guide and transfer to the hotel for an early check-in.
  • Meeting at the hotel with coffee break.
  • Lunch at the hotel.
  • Little free time at the hotel to nap.
  • Transfer to the massage parlor.
  • Traditional Chinese massage (50 minutes).
  • A traditional Chinese massage of 15 minutes (head, neck, shoulders), dedicated to rebalance the flow of vital energy in the body. Calms the mind, harmonizes the emotions, it has a revitalizing and regenerating effect. Then, a reflexology session of 35 minutes (from the feet to the knees). Reflexology is an art and a science known since the dawn of time, considering the person as a whole – body and mind.
  • Transfer to horse racing (Wednesday evening only).
  • Dinner at the racetrack. In Hong Kong, horse racing and bets are really national sports. Thus the city of Hong Kong has two race tracks, for a total population of 6 million people
  • Transfer and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2

  • Buffet breakfast at hotel
  • Discovering Central walk with a guide with small groups will be made (10 pax / group).
  • Central is one of the eighteen districts of Hong Kong. Located on northwest of the island of Hong Kong, it is best known for its many skyscrapers, where multiple financial activities.
  • Visit the Man Mo Temple, Hollywood Road, Queen’s Road, and a traditional pharmacy.
  • Lunch at the pier in Central: here you can eat in front of an outstanding waterfront in one of Hong Kong’s favorite landmarks – the Victoria Harbour. With a 270 degree view of the sea, the decoration of the restaurant thus consists of a stunning view.
  • Return to the hotel.
  • Meeting at the hotel
  • Transfer to the pier.
  • Cocktail of one of the last traditional sailing junks in the bay of Hong Kong. Enjoy a one-hour cruise aboard the ship, a symbol of Hong Kong, to explore the bay with a different eye.
  • Stop in Central and transfer to Aberdeen: the old fishing port of Hong Kong, where many families still live on sampans, the traditional boats that are used for transportation. You will have the opportunity to experience the floating city with a sampan ride in the port of Aberdeen.
  • Transfer by shuttle to a restaurant which spread over more than 900 meters located on the top floor of the famous Jumbo Kingdom a floating restaurant in Aberdeen Marina.
  • Transfer and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3

  • Buffet breakfast at the hotel.
  • Transfer to Stanley.
  • Free time for shopping in the Market of Stanley.
  • Transfer to Repulse Bay.
  • Lunch in a restaurant in colonial style with wooden ceiling fans.
  • Visit of the Temple Tin: Known as the Queen of Heaven and Goddess of the Sea, Tin Hau is the patron saint of fishermen and sailors. Every year on the occasion of his birthday celebrants pray so that next year will be under the sign of safety and security, mild temperatures and good fish catch.
  • Over 70 Tin Hau temples are scattered throughout Hong Kong.
  • Return to the hotel.
  • Transfer to Building Peking One.
  • Cocktail bar with a stunning view over the whole ” skyline ” of Hong Kong and impressive red decoration.
  • Dinner at Building One Peking.
  • In a traditional Chinese decor, the Hutong will serve you a high quality Chinese cuisine in a refined setting, immersing yourself in ancient China.
  • Transfer and overnight at the hotel.

Day 4

  • Breakfast at hotel
  • Transfer to Hong Kong park. Go to a tea house to receive a course on the history of tea, the virtues of different teas, and attend a tea ceremony and tasting.
  • Tea is an integral part of Chinese culture. The Chinese have a history of over four thousand years of tea consumption.
  • Rise to the Victoria Peak Funicular: this old funicular is composed of two wooden carriages; the panorama appears gradually during the climb.
  • Lunch at the Peak with spectacular views of Central, Victoria Harbour and Kowloon. The restaurant serves Western cuisine in a lively atmosphere, bright and pleasant.
  • Transfer to the pier.
  • Customs clearance and ferry to Macau.
  • Macau is the smaller of the two Special Administrative Regions (SAR) Chinese whose prosperity is largely based on tourism gambling booming. The turnover of casinos is higher than in Las Vegas.
  • Arriving in Macau and transfer to the hotel: it is the third largest building in the world with a floor area of ​​980,000 square meters opened in August 2007, it cost over 1.5 billion euros to its owner.
  • Free time in the hotel casino.
  • Spectacle of the famous Cirque du Soleil.
  • Western dinner.
  • Transfer to the pier.
  • Ferry back to Hong Kong.
  • Arrival in Hong Kong, transfer and overnight at the hotel.

Day 5

  • Breakfast at the hotel.
  • Traditional junk cruise to Sai Kung.
  • Boarding on junks motorized. Today the Chinese junk is still navigating in Hong Kong waters but there are very few sailing.
  • Off to sea for a BBQ lunch on the junks (junks are met and hung to allow participants to go from a junk to another).
  • Water activities will be held during lunch (banana boating, waterskiing, wakeboarding).
  • End of the cruise, stop at the pier in Sai Kung.
  • Transfer to hotel.
  • Free time for shopping.
  • Transfer to the airport.
  • Dinner at the airport and departure of participants.

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