China National Tourism Administration Chairman Shao Qiwei visits, SHKP’s Tourist Facilities in WestKowloon


Hong Kong, 22 November 2011 - Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) is committed to building homes with heart for a better Hong Kong, with landmark developments that attract international visitors. SHKP Vice Chairman and Managing Director Raymond Kwok recently welcomed a China National Tourism Administration delegation led by Chairman Shao Qiwei to International Commerce Centre (ICC), Sky100, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong and W Hong Kong in West Kowloon that exemplify the remarkable development of Hong Kong tourism.

Mr Kwok said: "Hong Kong is home to SHKP, and in keeping our belief in building homes with heart, we are dedicated to promoting the city's economic advancement. The Kowloon Station development is a key integrated project that will enhance Hong Kong's long-term prosperity. ICC is Hong Kong's most prominent landmark and brings a new impetus to tourism with a world-class hotel and the only observation deck that offers a 360-degree view of the city. We will continue to produce more major tourist destinations to offer visitors amazing new experiences and contribute to the community."

SHKP's ICC is a landmark at the Kowloon Station. It has 118 floors rising to 484 metres and is the tallest building in Hong Kong. It is home to international companies, the world's highest hotel The Ritz Carlton, Hong Kong, the Sky100 observation deck, the world famous W Hong Kong hotel and top restaurants. The new development is a tourist attraction that offers visitors stunning views of Victoria Harbour, premium hotel service and modern shopping.

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