Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) - Hongkong
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Directions to Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre (HKCEC)
With the mission of enabling customers to consistently experience value and levels of service beyond expectations through innovative techniques, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) has been the top-of-mind venue for international conferences held in Hong Kong.
The HKCEC was built on reclaimed land along Victoria Harbour with the objective of being the symbol of the new age of Hong Kong. Prince Charles of Britain and Chinese President Jiang Zemin were the first people who graced this monumental piece during the handover ceremony last 1997.
The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is not only famous because of its significance in Hong Kong’s history but also because of its modern yet innovative flowing architecture. It is also Asia’s largest and best function built venue having a capacity of 3,000 people.
The staff at HKCEC is committed to giving the best service possible to maximize the time of their clients. This may be the reason behind the 2,000 events hosted by HKCEC every year. Aside from being a meeting and events center, the HKCEC building also houses offices, restaurants, and theatres.
Take advantage of your stay here by looking at Golden Bauhinia Square just in front of Xinyi Hall, or travel to Causeway Bay for a diverse shopping experience. You can also take a rest at Victoria Park .
How to get there: Take the Star Ferry to Wan Chai Ferry Pier. Fare costs HK$2.2 for adults and HK$1.3 for children. You can also opt to take the MTR to Wan Chai Station. Hiking Trails
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