16 OCTOBER 2017
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An “extended-stay programme” for visitors travelling on Cathay Pacific Airways to Hong Kong for three nights or more has been launched by the airline in collaboration with its local tourism partners.
Passengers have a choice of free tours ranging from a day-long open-top bus ride to guided walks through the Old Town Central entertainment, culture and dining district or key landmarks like Victoria Peak, Stanley Market and Aberdeen Fishing Village.
Another option is the Kowloon Cultural and Life Tour featuring visits to the area’s diverse collection of landmarks and lively markets including Nan Lian Garden and Chi Lin Nunnery, the Yuen Po Bird Garden, and Nathan Road.
Visitors connecting through Hong Kong for between six and 24 hours on Cathay are offered a different set of experiences, including travel into the city and back with a free Airport Express pass or purchasing a choice of city packages at a special price.
These include a round-trip shuttle from the airport to Hong Kong Disneyland Hotel for a lunch or afternoon tea at Walt’s Café, or a return trip aboard the Ngong Ping cable car to Lantau Island for 360deg views of the Tian Tan Buddha and South China Sea.
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