Hong Kong: incentive inspiration

C&IT highlights three incentive options for groups, from Disneyland, to afternoon tea to silent dramas.

Hong Kong Disneyland nightime spectacular: Hong Kong Disneyland hosts a ‘Disney Paint the Night’ parade – the first ever fully LED parade created by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. It features the parade’s seven original floats and over 80 cast members, all highlighted by over 740,000 LED lights. 

Wedgewood afternoon tea: The Langham Hotel's recently reopened Palm Court, which has been styled after its legendary namesake in London, offers an 'afternoon tea with Wedgewood' experience. Delegates can indulge in an elegant afternoon tea with Wedgewood speciality teas, including a specially crafted menu of unique finger sandwiches, exclusive pastries, and decadent desserts. These delicacies are served on tailor-made ‘Langham Rose’ Wedgewood tea ware.

Silence Motion 360: Organised by Ngong Ping 360 and Dialogue Experience, Silence Motion 360 is a team-building program conducted in complete silence at the serene environment of Ngong Ping. Silence Motion 360 begins with a cable car ride to Ngong Ping Village. Trainers who are deaf will then challenge delegates to expand their horizons by creating and performing a drama without speaking. 

Visit C&IT's Hong Kong Destination Guide here

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