All delegates are responsible for arranging their own accommodation.
The following are some hotels close to the conference venue.
Please click on the hotel name for browsing the official website of hotels.
|Distance from venue||4 km||1 km||1.5 km||1 km|
|Time by walking||N/A||10 min||25 min||15 min|
|Time by car or taxi||15 min||5 min||10 min||5 min|
|Time by public transport||40 min||15 min||25 min||15 min|
|Nearest MTR||University Station||City One Station||Shek Mun Station||Sha Tin Wai Station|
|Approximate cost per room per night(including tax)||1254 HKD||788 HKD||888 HKD||525 HKD|
|Approximate cost per room per night with special discount||1010 HKD
Special Code and Link
|850 HKD(inclusive of breakfast)
Special Code and Link
|• Above rates are subject to 10% service charge.
• There is a price fluctuation in special discount rates. Prices may be higher with later booking.
• After registration and full payment, the codes for special discount, links and forms will be provided via email. Please check appendix or attached documents in email.
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