Hong Kong: Incentive inspiration

C&IT looks at what Hong Kong has to offer for a two-day itinerary

Day one

Arrive at Hong Kong International Airport. In the afternoon, unwind in Hong Kong's Disneyland, Asia's only Disney theme park outside Japan. In the evening, dine in a popular local eatery to appreciate the skills of Hong Kong's Chinese and western chefs.

Day two

In the morning, visit the newly-refurbished Peak Tower, the sky-high architectural landmark providing magnificent panoramic views of the city and Victoria Harbour. Inside the re-launched Madame Tussauds boast more than 100 life-like waxworks of the rich and famous. Then head south and hop into a sampan (a small boat), to tour nearby Aberdeen and spy the lifestyles of local fisherfolk.Step aboard the Jumbo Kingdom for lunch and in the afternoon, explore Stanley market and its surrounds. In the evening, board a chartered boat for a front row seat of 'A Symphony of Lights' a sound and light show. 

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