How many dumplings can you eat in Hong Kong with an extra 24 hours?
Hong Kong airline Cathay Pacific has launched a campaign giving travellers savings on hotel stays, ground transfers and dining.
Aimed at Australian, American and Singaporean travellers, the HK24 promotion encourages visitors to spend more time in the airline's home city.
At the centre of the offer is an extra 24 hours’ accommodation in Hong Kong, courtesy of Cathay Pacific.
Travellers booking a minimum stay of three nights (from Australia and the United States) or two nights (from Singapore) with selected hotel partners through the Cathay Pacific website will receive one night’s free stay courtesy of the airline.
Travellers will also receive a free roundtrip Airport Express train ticket from Hong Kong International Airport to Hong Kong Station, a day’s complimentary pocket wi-fi and dining discounts at participating restaurants.
Bookings for the HK24 promotion are open now for travel between April 18 and June 30.
- For more information see cathaypacific.com.
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