Hong Kong Rugby Sevens

Hong Kong Sevens 2020

HONG KONG 7s: April 2020

The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens is arguably the most iconic and infamous sporting event of any calendar year. An abundance of culture, colour and competition, the intoxicating world of Hong Kong Sevens is known for being the premier tournament on the World Rugby Sevens Series contest.  This event is an unrivalled experience and a must in every rugby fan’s lifetime. 

We’re offering the chance to get to see the best Hong Kong has to offer, stay in the heart of the city and we even have the option to experience mainland China too. Read on for more information.  

The world’s most famous 7s event

With such a unique setting, top-notch rugby games and all the fun of a carnival atmosphere on offer, it is the perfect venue for a sevens tournament. From couples to families, party goers to foodies, you’re sure to fall in love with the magic of the Hong Kong Sevens. 

 With an English-speaking guide to help you make the most of your time in the city and the chance to hop across the border and take in The Great Wall, Forbidden City and the magic of Beijing, it could well be the trip of a lifetime.  


Tournament format

The Hong Kong Rugby 7s adopts the three-day tournament format.  Games commence on Friday evening and continue through Saturday and Sunday.  Event parties are commonplace in and around Hong Kong that kick off once the rugby activities conclude on the field.


When?

The event is held annually at the start of April.  2020 dates are TBC


Sightseeing

  • Causeway Bay 
  • Lee Gardens 
  • Victoria Peak with Tram 
  • Hong Kong Island Tour 
  • Lamma Island Cruise 
  • Stanley Market 
  • Soho 
  • Aberdeen Fishing Village 

More information about the tour

Regal Hotel Hong Kong  

Novotel Century Hong Kong 

In Hong Kong – Visit Victoria Peak. Stanley Market, Repulse Bay, Aberdeen Harbour and Fishing Village with your guide. Both hotel options only a short trip to the heart of downtown Hong Kong as well, there will be plenty of time to visit Soho, Kowloon and Central districts and immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of this incredible city.  

In Beijing, China – Should you choose to add a stop in China, you’ll have the chance to visit some of the countries most iconic sights. Taking advantage of the 72 hour stop over visa, you’ll be able to see the Great Wall, Forbidden City, wander through the Hutong district and HoHai Park and sample delicacies at Wang Fu Jing food street. With a guide to help you get under the skin of the city, it could be the perfect chance to do something unique on your return journey.

Day 1 – Arrive and meet your Hong Kong guide at the airport. Take the airport shuttle to the Ibis Hotel North Point. Check in, freshen up then make the most of your Big Bus Tour tickets, heading to Victoria Peak to view the skyline at night.

 

Day 2 – Enjoy a relaxed morning and spend free time in the Central and Soho districts located a few MTR stops from the hotel. Return to the hotel and get ready for the short walk to the Hong Kong Stadium for the beginning of the tournament. 

 

Day 3 – Second day of tournament – in the evening your guide will help you make the most of the city and find the best spot for some local food!

 

Day 4 – Final day of the tournament

 

 

Day 5 – Explore the coastline, visiting Repulse Bay, Stanley Market and Aberdeen Harbour and Fishing Village.  

 

 Day 6 – Using the second day of your Big Bus Tour pass. In the day you can visit Stanley Market, take a ride on a traditional Sampan Boat and Repulse Bay before taking the Star Ferry across to Kowloon and having a night tour. Head back to the hotel, collect your luggage and take the airport shuttle with your guide to the airport.

 

Day 7 – Early hours of Tuesday morning (approx. 1am) board your return flight to the UK.

Day 1 – Depart the UK

 

Day 2 – Land in Beijing. Transfer provided to the Dong Fang hotel for the next 2 x nights. After a quick rest, visit the Forbidden City and take a walking tour around Hutong & Houhai Lake area including drum tower visit. In the evening a visit to WangfuJing Street & food market

 

Day 3- Private tour with English Speaking guide to the Mutianyu Great Wall with cable car. On the way back stop at the 798 Art Zone. Transfer back to hotel.

 

Day 4 – Transfer to the airport (with your English speaking guide) and depart for Hong Kong. Arrive and meet you Hong Kong guide at the airport. Take the airport shuttle to the Ibis Hotel North Point. Check in, freshen up then make the most of your Big Bus Tour tickets, heading to Victoria Peak to view the skyline at night.

 

 Day 5 – Enjoy a relaxed morning and spend free time in the Central and Soho districts located a few MTR stops from the hotel. Return to the hotel and get ready for the short walk to the Hong Kong Stadium for the beginning of the tournament. 

 

 Day 6 – Second day of tournament – in the evening your guide will help you make the most of the city and find the best spot for some local food!

 

Day 7 – Full tournament day 

 

Day 8 – Using the second day of your Big Bus Tour pass. In the day you can visit Stanley Market, take a ride on a traditional Sampan Boat and Repulse Bay before taking the Star Ferry across to Kowloon and having a night tour. Head back to the hotel, collect your luggage and take the airport shuttle with your guide to the airport.

 

Day 9 – Early hours of Tuesday morning (approx. 1am) board your return flight to the UK.

Prices starting from £1798.00 per person

All packages are bespoke so please enquire for precise pricing.

  • ATOL protected return flights from a range of UK airports to Hong Kong 
  • Transfers from airport to central Hong Kong Hotel 
  • Tickets to Hong Kong 7s tournament 
  • English-speaking for the duration of your stay
  • Customised tour kit
  • Tickets to Hong Kong 7s tournament 
  • 5 nights’ accommodation in The Ibis Hotel, North Point (or similar depending on availability at time of booking) on a Bed and Breakfast basis 
Prices starting from £2457.00 per person

All packages are bespoke so please enquire for precise pricing.

  • Return Economy flights from Manchester to Beijing, returning from Hong Kong including all airport taxes and fees
  • Flight from Beijing to Hong Kong including all airport taxes and fees
  • 23kg hold luggage and 10kg hand luggage
  • Return resort airport transfers
  • English speaking guides in Beijing and Hong Kong
  • 2 x nights’ B&B at Dongfang Hotel, Beijing
  • 4 x nights B &B at Ibis North Point, Hong Kong
  • Mutianyu Great Wall tour and cable car
  • Tour of Hutong district including drum show and HoHai
  • Forbidden City + 798 Art Zone
  • 2 Day Hong Kong Big Bus Tour pass – including Star Ferry Trip, Peak Tram Pass, Sampan Ride, 1 hour harbour tour, night tour of Kowloon, hop on hop off travel for 2 days
  • 3 x day pass to the Hong Kong 7’s tournament
  • Vamoos travel app
  • Customised tour kit