“A striking fusion of East and West, old and new – Hong Kong draws on fascinating contrasts
to create inspiring event programmes that reflect a unique culture”.

Hong Kong

21st century cosmopolitan luxuries juxtapose local lifestyles and timeless traditions. Modern skyscrapers tower over street markets, ancient temples and icons of the city’s colonial past. Colourful, noisy festivals and dramatic sporting events characterize the vitality of a city that oozes opportunity to delight delegates and incentive attendees with dynamic event programmes that Pacific World Hong Kong will partner with you to create.

Long established as a driving force of events in Asia, Hong Kong retains an energy and excitement that enables it to continually grow as a leading global MICE destination, with infrastructure for large events that is second to none. For incentives and creative social programmes, Hong Kong offers quirky event itineraries that combine local and traditional activities with out of this world dining, five star plus luxury hotels and days spent experiencing the city, the water and rural life.

In Hong Kong, there is a hotel and venue for every purpose and every budget, with new properties competing for your attention every year – something taller, quirkier, more indulgent, or boasting another jaw-dropping view of Hong Kong’s iconic Victoria Harbour.

After dusk is when the city takes on a new energy. The infamous skyline and its dazzling lights enhance breathtaking harbour views, best enjoyed with a cocktail in hand on a private junk or at the latest incredible venue or private club that Pacific World will have exclusive access to, often via a private membership. The after-dark atmosphere of Hong Kong’s bars and restaurants is electric, and a night at the Happy Valley Races is a fun and casual local must-do for a group. Hong Kong’s quality and variety of food, is of out of this world, and best enjoyed with a view – why not?

Did you know that Pacific World Hong Kong is where Pacific World Global DMC was established over 35 years ago in Asia? Setting the benchmark for our global DMC operation today, Pacific World Hong Kong are the true pioneers of destination management services for meetings and events in Hong Kong and Greater China.”

Hong Kong is appealing to:


Companies considering holding a conference in Asia for the first time

Hong Kong is inspiring, magnificent and thrilling and captures all of the excitement of Asia, with the comfort and efficiency of home.

Large meetings and conferences with a global or regional attendance

Hong Kong is such an accessible hub in the heart of Asia, with an enormous network of direct flights globally, and visa free entry for most nationalities. A wide range of large meeting venues offers plenty of choice for pharmaceutical meetings or other industries that require multiple breakouts, which can often be a challenge.


Incentives seeking thrilling multi-sensory twin centre itineraries

Being in such close proximity to very contrasting destinations, Hong Kong, whilst a fabulous standalone destination for incentives, can also be brilliantly combined with China or a beautiful South East Asian beach resort.

High end luxury incentives to reward high calibre achievers

Boutique luxury accommodation, exclusive dining with a view – in private clubs or Michelin star restaurants – and bespoke money can’t buy experiences make Hong Kong an incredible reward for top achievers.


Events that like to bond teams through destination-inspired team building

There is nowhere better to experience the thrill of a dragon boat race to get a team in the spirit of competing to win together. Create your own adrenaline-fuelled festival for a memorable event.

Events seeking an authentic experience of China without the culture shock

Beautiful Chinese inspired themed evenings will delight your delegates in an experience that embraces Chinese culture without immersing them in the culture shock of China itself.

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