China is off-the-scale huge, it’s diverse, and it’s changing rapidly. For thousands of years China has kept to itself, but now the door to its rich wealth of sights, tastes and experiences is open for travellers wanting to discover this ancient Eastern empire for themselves. There are cultural gems like the Forbidden City, the Great Wall of China, and the Terracotta Army of X'ian as well as mind-bogglingly futuristic cityscapes and engineering feats. The landscapes of China are as diverse as the people that populate them. From the vast plains of Inner Mongolia to the sub-zero temperatures of the Himalayas, from the verdant rice paddy terraces of Longji to the steeply carved Tiger Leaping Gorge, China is a destination that will have even the most seasoned of travellers coming back for more.
Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens
The Salisbury - YMCA of Hong Kong
Located in the centre of the business, shopping and entertainment district of Tsim Sha Tsui, adjacent to Victoria Harbour promenade and within close proximity of major transportation. Offering comfortable rooms including family suites.
3 nights from $2,169