Kai Tak Cruise Terminal
Built on the runway of the former Kai Tak Airport, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is an iconic structure centrally located in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor. The terminal has year-round operations and an array of amenities not seen elsewhere in the industry, which can cater 2 mega cruises at the same time. Setting the background with the amazing cruise design, one can understand more the services and operation of a cruise ship.
China Merchants Wharf in Kennedy Town
Festival Main Venue,
Located in the Western District of Hong Kong Island with a wide view of Victoria Harbour, China Merchants Wharf (CMW) provides enough facilities for cruises and yachts. . Next to the traditional business districts Central and Sheung Wan, CMW is highly accessible with just 10 minutes’ walk to Kennedy Town MTR Station. It has never been so easy to experience ocean life in city center.
Hong Kong Maritime Museum
Hong Kong Maritime Museum, locating at the center of central business district, was built at
Central Pier 8 in 2013 that dedicated to preserve, collect and display historical relics about
trade and maritime in Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta. Embracing with the maritime
historical atmosphere, HKMM is the best venue to host the conference and gain more
understanding of cruise and yacht development in Hong Kong and Greater Bay area.
Located above Central Star Ferry Pier, Watermark offers unparalleled waterfront dining, boasting a stunning 270-degree view of Victoria Harbor. An elegant stone entranceway and water features take you into Watermark’s sleek interior of teak, marble and glass. The three-sided water views of the open-plan space can create an intimate dining experience. By serving contemporary continental cuisine, the menu focuses on fresh seafood and dry-aged beef. Watermark is a venue where is comfortably for opening dinner.