Corporate Registers Forum 2017
March 6-10, 2017
Hong Kong
Kowloon Park
Ocean Park
Clock Tower
Hong Kong Wetland Park
Hong Kong Disneyland
The Peak

Delegates and their accompanying guests may take this opportunity to see the different faces of Hong Kong, to enjoy exquisite Chinese cuisines or local street food and to enjoy tax-free shopping.  It will be a completely different experience to visit the world class theme parks in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Tourism Board and Tourism Commission websites will certainly help you plan your trip.

Optional Tours

You may consider joining organised tours during your stay in Hong Kong.  The CRF 2017 Secretariat may help arrange the following tours with English-speaking guides.  Delegates who are interested to join the optional tours may contact the CRF 2017 Secretariat for details.

Tours Fee Per Person Minimum Participants
1. Hong Kong City Tour (morning) HKD 450
(approx. USD 58)
2. Kowloon Tour (morning) HKD 550
(approx. USD 71)
3. Heritage Tour (afternoon) HKD 550
(approx. USD 71)
4. Hong Kong Island Heritage Walk (morning) HKD 600
(approx. USD 77)
5. Dragon’s Back Hike (morning) HKD 650
(approx. USD 84)
6. Lantau Island Tour (full day - lunch included) HKD 880
(approx. USD 113)
  • Tours 1 to 5 will be organised exclusively for CRF 2017 delegates and their guests.  However, if the number of CRF 2017 delegates and their guests enrolled for a tour does not reach the minimum number of participants for the tour, the tour organiser will accept other non-CRF 2017 participants to enroll for the tour.
  • All fees include transportation.
  • All tours are served by English-speaking tourist guide.



We acknowledge Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park, the Hong Kong Tourism Board and the Leisure and Cultural Services Department for use of the photos.


Hong Kong City Tour
Fee per person: HKD 450 (approx. USD 58)
Time:                   08:30 – 13:00
The tour will visit:

The Peak
The highest point on Hong Kong Island. The views of the world-famous Victoria Harbour and the Kowloon Peninsula from this vantage point are simply breathtaking and must not be missed.  You will be amazed by the spectacular view of the city's skyline, the harbour and Kowloon, towering skyscrapers and peaceful green hillsides. The multi-level complex is also a good spot for picking up gifts and momentos.

The Peak Tram was opened in 1888 for the exclusive use of the British governor and The Peak's residents.  Today it can be enjoyed by everyone. The journey takes only seven minutes and is a visual experience to remember, as skyscrapers glide past at what appear to be impossible angles. One way Peak Tram Ride is included in the tour.

Repulse Bay
Primarily an upmarket residential area, sun-drenched Repulse Bay has a relaxed resort-like feel. Its wide, wave-lapped beach is popular with both locals and visitors and is great for strolls.

This crescent-shaped stretch of sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Life Saving Society clubhouse is built in traditional Chinese style, with a ceiling decorated with magnificent swirling dragons. Towering twin statues of the deities Kwun Yam and Tin Hau dominate the picturesque gardens that lead down to the beach.

The nearby colonial-style building, The Repulse Bay, houses designer shops and award-winning restaurants.  It resembles the luxury Repulse Bay Hotel built in 1920 that originally occupied the site.

Stanley Market is a popular market town on the sunny south side of Hong Kong Island, Stanley's relaxed ambience, crisp sea environs and bargain buys have made it world famous.

Murray House on the waterfront is a 160-year-old three-storey colonial building that was dismantled in 1982 and transplanted from its original site in Central and then restored at the present location.

Situated outside Murray House is Blake Pier. Originally located in Central, Blake Pier was dismantled and the roof structure was relocated to Morse Park to form the roof of the Morse Park pavilion. The roof structure was transplanted to Stanley as a public pier again in Stanley in 2007.

Kowloon Tour
Fee per person: HKD 550 (approx. USD 71)
Time:                   08:30 – 13:00
The tour will visit:

Chi Lin Nunnery
Established in 1934 and renovated in Tang dynasty style (AD 618–907) in 1990, the Chi Lin Nunnery is a large temple complex of elegant wooden architecture, treasured Buddhist relics and soul-soothing lotus ponds. The complex also includes a series of temple halls, some of which contain gold, clay and wooden statues representing divinities such as the Shakyamuni Buddha and bodhisattvas.

Nan Lian Garden
Cutting through Diamond Hill’s myriad of high-rise apartments is the tranquil Nan Lian Garden, a public park also built in the style of the Tang dynasty. Its scenic garden is meticulously landscaped over an area of 3.5 hectares, in which every hill, rock, body of water, plant and timber structure has been placed according to specific rules and methods. There are permanent exhibitions of Chinese timber architecture, rocks and potted plants.  You may also try the vegetarian restaurant or teahouse.

Ladies Market
Ladies Market on Tung Choi Street gets its name from the huge amount of clothing and accessories on sale for women of all ages.  It is a one-kilometre stretch on which you may practice your haggling skills at more than 100 stalls of bargain clothing, accessories and souvenirs.

Heritage Tour
Fee per person: HKD 550 (approx. USD 71)
Time:                   14:00 – 18:00
The tour will visit:

Sam Tung Uk Museum
The Sam Tung Uk Museum is a 200-year-old walled village that was declared a historical monument in 1981. It was converted into a museum and open to the public after restoration in 1987. Occupying an area of 2,000 square meters, the symmetrical layout of the village resembles a chessboard with an entrance hall, an assembly hall and an ancestral hall at the central axis. With four individual houses in the middle, the village is completely walled in by rows of houses at the two sides and the back.

Che Kung Temple
The Che Kung Temple in Sha Tin honours Che Kung, a military commander of the Southern Song dynasty (1127–1279) whose advantageous power for suppressing uprisings and plagues made him a household name. In popular folklore, it’s said that Che Kung escorted the Song dynasty’s last emperor on his escape to Sai Kung in what is now called the New Territories. His achievements led to him eventually becoming revered as a god.

Tai Fu Tai Mansion
You can see how the Chinese elite of Hong Kong lived during the 19th century with a visit to Tai Fu Tai, an opulent residence built in the fourth year of the reign of Tongzhi (1865) of the Qing dynasty. The owner was Man Chung-luen, a scholar who was bestowed with the title Tai Fu (‘Mandarin’) by the Qing Emperor. Man’s ancestors settled in San Tin of Yuen Long sometime during the 15th century.

The building is considered to be one of the most beautifully embellished traditional Chinese buildings in Hong Kong. It is particularly renowned for its fine architectural decorations, such as the lavish plaster mouldings and auspicious Chinese woodcarvings adorning its regal interior.

Hong Kong Island Heritage Walk
Fee per person: HKD 600 (approx. USD 77)
Time:                   08:30 – 12:30
The tour will visit:

The modern Hong Kong meets the past Hong Kong. The walk will lead you through streets of which the very names evoke the colorful history of this amazing territory and historical buildings, like the Legislative Council Building, St. John’s Cathedral, the Court of Final Appeal and the Central Market. They nestled amongst the stunning skyscrapers, where the ancient art of “feng shui” influences modern architecture.

Dragon's Back Hike (Shek O Country Park)
Fee per person: HKD 650 (approx. USD 84)
Time:                   08:00 – 12:00
The tour will visit:

The 5-kilometre Dragon's Back trail was hailed by Time Magazine as Asia’s best urban hike – “the city’s finest and most surprising ramble”. The hike explores the serene and beautiful countryside on the eastern side of Hong Kong Island.  The path will take you through open hills covered with wild azaleas or rose myrtle.  The ridge of it will offer you a breath-taking panorama of coastline and distant islands of Hong Kong.

Lantau Island Tour
Fee per person: HKD 880 (approx. USD 113)
Time:                   08:30 – 16:00
The tour will visit:

Cheung Sha Beach
Located on southern Lantau, Cheung Sha Beach is one of Hong Kong’s longest beaches – stretching around 3km from east (Lower Cheung Sha) to west (Upper Cheung Sha). Lower Cheung Sha offers fine sand while Upper Cheung Sha gives you great views of Lantau. Having a drink at one of the open air restaurants will make you feel like being in Thailand or the Philippines.

Tai O Fishing Village
The pungent flavours and smells of Hong Kong’s fishing heritage are still evident in the unusual delicacies produced in Tai O Village on Lantau Island. Homemade shrimp sauce, shrimp paste, salted fish and dried seafood can be found in the shops adjacent to the Rope-drawn Ferry Bridge on Tai O Market Street.

Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car and Ngong Ping Village
Ngong Ping 360 is the ideal springboard to explore Lantau Island. Your journey begins with a 25-minute cable car ride from Tung Chung. As you step out of the cable car, you will be greeted by the culturally themed 1.5-hectare Ngong Ping Village, where a wide array of shops and eateries in Ngong Ping Village offer a delightful shopping and dining experience. (One way Cable Car Ride (Standard Cabin) is included in the tour.)

*Should the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Ride be cancelled due to inclement weather or other reasons, alternative transportation will be arranged.

Po Lin Monastery
Once merely a remote monastery hidden by lush, mountain scenery, the Po Lin Monastery made it to the world map when the extraordinary Tian Tan Buddha statue (informally known as the Big Buddha) was erected in 1993. Sitting 34 metres high, this majestic bronze Buddha draws pilgrims from all over Asia.

The eyes, lips, incline of the head and right hand, which is raised to deliver a blessing to all, combine to bring a humbling depth of character and dignity to the massive Buddha, which took 12 years to complete. Climb the 268 steps for a closer look at this remarkable statue, and to enjoy the sweeping mountain and sea views that can be seen from its base.

Opposite the statue, the Po Lin Monastery is one of Hong Kong’s most important Buddhist sanctums and has been dubbed ‘the Buddhist World in the South’. Home to many a devout monk, this monastery is rich with colourful manifestations of Buddhist iconography and its pleasant garden is alive with birdsong and flowery scents. Lunch will be served at their popular vegetarian restaurant.