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Hong Kong lives up to its reputation as a world culinary capital with dining options aplenty. From exquisite gourmet experiences at fine-dining restaurants with magnificent views, to private clubs, characterful restaurants in heritage-rich architecture, and great-value Michelin-recommended gastronomic delights, they are more than memorable journeys for discerning palates. The experiences will help event delegates get to know each other through sharing unforgettable gastronomic adventures.

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Luxury Gala

Add a heavy dose of exclusivity to your cocktail parties or gala dinners at some of Hong Kong’s revered private clubs that have set a high bar for catering to the sophisticated taste of their members who rank among the city’s well-to-do.

The Aberdeen Marina Club

This 51,000sq m waterfront premier club berths an impressive collection of motor yachts owned by Hong Kong’s privileged elites. The 9 stylish banquet venues here are available for high-end cocktail parties, product launches, exclusive trade shows, conferences, seminars, training lectures and gala theme parties.

Aberdeen Marina Club

The American Club

At its Town Club right in the heart of Hong Kong Central CBD, a range of classy bars, lounges and dining venues are made available for corporate events. Within 25-minute drive from Central, its idyllic Country Club retreat nestled in 1.2 hectares of lush green in the southern part of Hong Kong Island provides perfect venues for relaxed alfresco cocktail parties and barbecues for MICE groups too.

American Club

Hong Kong Golf and Tennis Academy

Set in Hong Kong famed “back garden” Sai Kung, the academy designed as a sports wellness destination adopts an artisanal approach to shape its dining and social experiences. The culinary teams behind its three restaurants present cuisines for every occasion. The grounds with a country club feel gives MICE groups the ambiance to relax, rejuvenate and re-energise.

Panoramic Vistas

Drink in Hong Kong’s world-famous harbour and skyline views while savouring enriched world-class East-meets-West cuisines. Such superlative experience is nearly impossible to replicate anywhere else in the world. It may turn out that the way to event delegates’ heart is not only through their stomach, but also their eyes.

Ocean Terminal Deck

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Immerse in 270-degree harbour views from the rooftop of a new five-storey extension that sits right in the centre of Victoria Harbour! This newest star attraction of Ocean Terminal has over 10 harbour-view restaurants offering global cuisines, ideal for staging a sunset cocktail or a gala dinner to impress event delegates

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ICC 101/F

Have the world at your feet on the 101st floor of Hong Kong’s tallest skyscraper ­– the 118-storey International Commerce Centre (ICC), while enjoying top-of-the-world dining experiences at the top-notch restaurants here serving Cantonese, Japanese, French or contemporary Italian cuisines.

H Queen’s

A new downtown architectural icon designed to be a vertical art space, H Queen attracts heavy foot traffic not only due to its convenient location straddling the historical Pottinger Street and the bustling Queen’s Road Central has restaurants alongside its non-traditional art spaces to deliver refreshing journeys of gastronomic and visual discovery. The rooftop bar is a top choice for hosting sunset cocktails.


Historical ambiance

Shaped by a rich East-meets-West history, Hong Kong boasts a unique mélange of heritage architecture offering iconic backdrops and characterful restaurants to spice up your Hong Kong event experience.

The Grand Stage

Inside the Edwardian-style century-old Western Market featuring Gothic interior, the Grand Stage, complete with a themed restaurant, 50-foot ceilings, a two-tiered hall with sweeping balcony seating, a 2,000-square-foot dance floor and five private VIP rooms, is literally a grand stage for hosting large banquets, ballroom dancing, corporate meetings and social gatherings.

The Grand Stage

1881 Heritage

Once a place for incarcerating pirates, this restored headquarters of the Hong Kong Marine Police that dates back to the 1880s is now a luxury shopping mall, a heritage hotel and an exhibition hall all in one. Take your group on a shopping spree and then treat them to cocktail and fine dining experiences.

Crown Wine Cellars

Constructed 80 years ago by the British Military to serve as an arsenal, the venue has six underground cellars, a private members clubhouse formed of two underground bunkers, and a conservatory. This declared UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Site makes for an out-of-this-world venue for events ranging from wine-tasting to wine-pairing menus, corporate meetings, as well as product launches and corporate training.

Murray House

Experience Hong Kong seaside dining at this 160-year-old restored building that was dismantled and moved to the quaint Stanley market waterfront from Hong Kong’s Central CBD.

The Heritage Woo Cheong Pawn Shop

The iconic four-storey pre-war tenement was home for Woo Cheong Pawn Shop for over 120 years. It has been beautifully renovated to host a tea house and an Italian restaurant. On the second floor, your guests can enjoy meticulously crafted traditional Cantonese fare in a private dining room with a balcony.

Woo Cheong Pawn Shop

Best-value Michelin-recommended Restaurants

Check out the Michelin Guide to treasure hunt for a culinary treat. From affordable street-food establishments to authentic gourmet restaurants, the guide has listed 207 Hong Kong  rated restaurants presenting close to 50 different categories of regional and global cuisines.

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