Your Conference Dinner and/or Tours may be added during the registration process in the
registration area. However, if you have already registered and now wish to add the dinner or the tour, please email the Conference Secretariat at this link with your request.
After your original registration, payment for additional accommodations, dinners and/or tours will be charged to the credit card that we have on file for you. If you prefer that an alternate card be charged, please submit the new card number when submitting your amended booking request.
Conference Dinner-Wednesday, 07 July 2010-7:00 PM (19:00)
US $ 75.00/per person
The Conference Dinner will be held at Serenade Chinese Restaurant located on Salisbury Road on the 1st floor of the Hong Kong Cultural Center. This authentic Chinese restaurant offers views of Victoria Harbour in a bright and cheerful setting. Your meal will consist of 8 courses plus beer and wine. This will be a memorable dining experience during your stay in Hong Kong.
Old and New Hong Kong Walking Tour- Tuesday 06 July 2010-6:00 PM (18:00)
US $ 30.00/per person
Join us on this walking tour as we view the contrast between the old and the new of Hong Kong. Hong Kong offers a wealth of architectural influences and styles just waiting to be discovered. During this walk through the heart of the central business district, guests will come to understand the evolution of the city through its buildings.
Thrusting skyward in dramatic contrast to these historical structures are Hong Kong’s many glass and steel monuments to modernism. Designed by some of the world’s most renowned architects, they are vital to understanding the evolution of building styles and the way Hong Kong’s urban architecture has changed during the past century.
The price per person will include an English speaking tour guide and transportation to/from a specific location (to be determined at a later date)
Local Night Market Tour -Thursday, 08 July 2010-6:30 PM (18:30)
US $ 30.00/per person
This tour beings with a drive along the famous Nathan Road, the Golden Mile of Hong Kong, with its renowned neon signs. Then we will stroll around the famous open-air market on Temple Street.
Temple Street is an amazing shopping sight, featuring rows of brightly lit stalls selling an astonishing variety of inexpensive items for men and women. You will be able to purchase just about anything you want at a very reasonable price. Fortune-tellers cluster at the Yau Ma Tei end of the street, as do Chinese opera enthusiasts offering impromptu performances.
The price per person will include an English speaking tour guide and transportation to/from a specific location (to be determine at a later date)