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Hong Kong is a vibrant city with exciting and diversified sights for all tourists. The nearby cites of Macau and Shenzhen are attractive day-visit destinations. Local tours of the island and cruises are highly recommended. A day spent in Hong Kong is a lifetime spent anywhere else in the world. There is so much to do in such a small area.


Hong Kong Island Tour (09:00 - 14:00)

USD34 per person

Visitors will discover Hong Kong・s primitive past. Drive through the Wan Chai district, which is also known as the Suzie Wong area of the old days, up to Victoria Peak by the Peak Tram for a panoramic view of the city and harbour below. Continue on to the south side of the island to Repulse Bay where the living is easy, overlooking at the South China Sea, and bargain cheerfully for clothes, arts and crafts at Stanley Market. At Aberdeen fishing village, disembark for an optional sampan ride to visit floating families and wend your way amongst the many fishing junks, houseboats and floating restaurants anchored there.


Pre-dinner Cocktail Cruise (18:30 - 20:00)

USD41 per person

Sunset is always associated with a few drinks before dinner. Spend the evening enjoying unlimited drinks from the open bar on board this authentic Chinese sightseeing junk and watch the world・s greatest light show from the middle of Victoria Harbour. Causeway Bay, North Point and Lei Yue Mun village will all be glittering brilliantly to cheer up your evening. Sailing along the Kowloon promenade shows you Hong Kong at night.


The Land Between Tour (08:30 - 13:00)

USD42 per person

Lying between the Kowloon hills and the border with China some 24 km away is an area full of scenic contrasts known as the New Territories. It is also sometimes referred to as :The Land Between; because not only does it bridge Hong Kong and China but it also marks Hong Kong in transition. Where once the area was entirely rural, now satellite new towns and modern industries exist alongside peaceful woodland, traditional villages, old markets and green rolling hills. :The Land Between; stands both as a gentle reminder of Hong Kong・s past and its hopes and plans for the future.


Tsing Ma Lantau Island Monastery Tour (08:30 - 15:30)
USD86 per person

Lantau is one of the territory・s most dramatic surprises. It is the largest of all the islands - 142 square km - but has a population of only 25,000. Hong Kong Island, less than half its size, has more than one million residents. This delightful experience is the best way to explore Lantau - see this unspoilt island through the fast and scenic drive along the expressway and the Tsing Ma Bridge. Lantau, with its natural beaches, simplistic fishing village and peaceful monastery neighboured by world・s largest seated Buddha, is an ideal destination on a wonderful day.


Disneyland Tour (duration of tour: 11 hours)

Weekday:
USD74 for adult / USD62 for child from 3 to 11 years old*

Weekend / holiday / peak day:
USD82 for adult / USD70 for child from 3 to 11 years old* *Once booking is made, there is no cancellation on this tour.

Discover a magical kingdom of thrilling adventures, storybook journeys and beloved Disney Characters. Stay amidst the magic in two enchanting hotels offering unique shopping, imaginative dining and family recreation X all delivered with the style and service for which Disney is renowned.


Reservation

Reservation for sightseeing tours must be made on the official Registration Form. Reservation will not be confirmed unless it is accompanied by full fee. Payment can be either made by credit card or bank draft in US Dollars. The payment must be made payable to "Hong Kong College of Cardiology". For credit card payment, only Visa or Master will be accepted.


Deadline

The deadline for reservation is 20 January 2007.


Cancellation

All cancellations or changes must be made in writing. There will be no refund for cancellations received after 31 January 2007. If cancellation is received before 31 January 2007, 50% of the fee will be charged as handling fee.

 


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