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Hong Kong Sevens – Five Night Full Tour

Hong Kong Stadium, Fri April 8

Not just a great rugby competition but also the chance to discover a gem of a city – one of the most exotic and bustling cities in the world. With their fancy dress, love of the party atmosphere and great passion, sevens fans will be at forefront of the action for some great rugby clashes in Hong Kong. For an extended stay, so that you can make the most of your Hong Kong experience, our five night full tour is the ultimate way to experience the drama, passion and atmosphere of the sevens.

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    Guaranteed official Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Three Day Ticket

    Match Ticket included.

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    Wharney Guang Dong

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  • Flights

    Return flights are included as part of this package

  • Return Airport Transfers

    Return airport transfers upon arrival at your destination

  • Dedicated Team

    Access to our experienced, friendly, and welcoming staff

  • England Rugby Travel Limited Edition Sevens Rugby Shirt

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Hong Kong Stadium

  • Take your seat at Hong Kong Stadium

Hong Kong Stadium is located centrally on Hong Kong Island, near Causeway Bay. Redeveloped from the old Government Stadium, the new Hong Kong Stadium was re-opened in March 1994. With a maximum seating capacity of 40,000, the stadium comes alive during the Hong Kong Sevens Tournament, which itself has a wonderful history. The annual Tournament is now considered the "Jewel in the Crown" in the Series and still continues to grow in popularity with players and spectators. The Tournament itself has a unique atmosphere with a sea of costumes, anthems to sing along to and furiously fast rugby games to watch. Outside the stadium; nearby Happy Valley offers a number of excellent expat pubs that are usually crowded on match days and have their TVs tuned to the action.

Key facts

Hong Kong Stadium is the main sports venue in the city and is the location for the Hong Kong Sevens rugby tournament.

Getting there...

55 Eastern Hospital Rd, So Kon Po, Hong Kong

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