Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) hosted more than 100 influencers, celebrities, and trade partners from Southeast Asia on a five-day Hong Kong Nights Out itinerary.
The vibrant pulse of Hong Kong’s nightlife beckoned, and the city responded with a five-day rendezvous, hosting over 100 influencers and celebrities from Southeast Asia. Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) played the perfect host, crafting an unforgettable Hong Kong Nights Out itinerary that showcased the city’s finest culinary treasures and exciting after-dark activities.
From gathering at the highly anticipated festival to enjoying sips and bites from all around the world, guests were treated to food and beverage options like no other. Guests were also treated to a mix of gastronomic fanfare at the Wine & Dine Festival before setting sail on the Aqua Luna Harbour Cruise, soaking in the sights of the awe-inspiring Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour.
Local celebrities and influencers were more than excited to experience the vibrant Hong Kong Nights Out festivities. “So nice to be back here in Hong Kong,” recounts Daniel Matsunaga, even reminiscing about the time he spent living in Hong Kong for a few years. “I loved Hong Kong Disneyland trip the most,” Daniel adds. “It’s a vibrant city with diverse opportunities, rich culture, great food, and scenic spots. exploring more of what the city offers might be reasons for me to go back.”
The trip also gave way for HKTB’s SEA guests to bond over drinks and fun activities. The Wine & Dine Festival boasted more than 300 booths showcasing wines, cocktails, street food, and gourmet dishes from over 36 countries across the globe!
Aside from feel-good moments he posted from the trip, Richard also shares, “My recent trip to Hong Kong was nothing short of spectacular. The highlight for me was definitely the Wine & Dine Festival as it was my first time to attend. It was an extraordinary opportunity to sample a diverse array of wines from around the world but I particularly loved the sparkling sakes that I tried for the first time! Another highlight was Hong Kong Disneyland’s new Frozen-themed attraction which was a magical experience!”
Hong Kong Disneyland recently unveiled “The World of Frozen,” the world’s first and largest Frozen-themed land on November 20 while Hong Kong Winterfest will also take place at the harbourfront of West Kowloon Cultural District in December. Other exciting festivities lined up for visitors include a luminous adventure with Le Petit Prince at Ocean Park Hong Kong and the return of the AIA Carnival at Central Harbourfront.
Families looking for a winter escape need to look no further than Hong Kong.
In a bid to expand the vibrant nightlife, HKTB is handing out one million sets of new “Hong Kong Night Treats” visitor dining coupons, each valued at HK$100. This initiative aims to encourage visitors to go out and enjoy the city’s night-time offerings and immerse in their wine and dine culture.
For more information, please visit Night Vibes Hong Kong.