Fees and Conditions
|Early Bird Price||17th May 2017 - 31st December 2017||SGD $328|
|Special Price||1st January 2018 – 31st December 2018||SGD $398|
|Normal Price||1st January 2019 – event date||SGD $498|
The LUAHK reserves the right to cancel or alter the event, content and timing of the programme or the speakers without prior notice. Registration is confirmed only when submitted with full payment. The participant voluntarily assumes all risk and danger incidental to the event whether occurring prior to, during or subsequent to the actual event, including any death, personal injury, loss, damage or liability.
The event information and guest speakers may subject to change without prior notice. The opinions made by the event speakers only represent their own views. The LUAHK will not be liable for any circumstances that it may cause.
All payment will be settled in HKD. Reference Exchange Rate of SGD:HKD =
1:6. Such exchange rate may differ from that on the transaction date due to market fluctuation)
Program at Glance
Want to experience APLIC annual meeting,
If you want to experience APLIC annual meeting, communicate with peers, make new friends, welcome to join APLIC volunteer team. APLIC Volunteer Team is responsible for receiving attendees during the conference, checking the name tag, guiding the direction, and assisting other important work. In the Conference, you can learn more or apply to join. (You must register for 2019 APLIC to join the APLIC Volunteer Team.) All APLIC Volunteer Teams must attend the APLIC Volunteer Team briefing held on the afternoon of May 29, 2019. In the briefing session, you will learn about the work. Please plan your trip to Hong Kong earlier to attend the briefing.
Hong Kong Tourist Visa and Entry Permit Regulations
Do you need a visa?
According to the Immigration Department's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's tourist visas and entry permit regulations, a group of countries traveling to Hong Kong is required to obtain a visa. Please check if you need a visa.
Please read all the information and conditions described on this website carefully.
Visit the Inbound / Transit Guidelines
This guide is intended to provide you with information on visa requirements, visa procedures, application documents and travel documents for those who need a visa / entry to Hong Kong SAR for travel / transit. , To speed up the visa application process. This entry does not apply to Chinese residents in the Mainland and Taiwan (except for the holders of the Chinese People's Republic of China's passports and those
How can APLIC2019 help?
To assist you in applying for a visa and going to a meeting, the organizer may send an invitation. If you need this invitation, please submit your application to us at least two months before the start of the meeting. When we receive and verify that the required documents are correct, we will send you an invitation letter within one week. Under normal circumstances, it will take four to six weeks for the Immigration Department to process the visa / entry permit application for travel / transit in Hong Kong after receiving the required documents. Please note that the Hong Kong Immigration Department has the power to decide whether or not to issue a visa.
Venue - AsiaWorld-Expo
17th APLIC will be held at AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE)
Hong Kong's newest and largest exhibition venue, AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE), adjoining Hong Kong International Airport, is easily accessible by all means of transport.
Passengers arriving by air can take the 1-min Airport Express ride from Airport Station to AsiaWorld-Expo Station.
Passengers arriving at level 5 (Arrival Hall), leaving the immigration and baggage claim areas walk straight ahead through the Greeting Hall and go up to level 6 (Departure Level) to board the Airport Express train to AWE. It takes around 1 minute from Airport Station to AWE Station.
For detailed information about Airport Express' service, timetable, tickets and fares.
Please visit, by clicking below
By Airport Express/MTR
AsiaWorld-Expo boasts a convenient, in-venue MTR station. Located on the high-speed Airport Express line, the rail link provides the most direct and convenient access to and from AsiaWorld-Expo, with journeys to the venue taking just 28 minutes from Central on Hong Kong Island. Connections between the Airport Express and MTR network also offer easy access to all major destinations in Hong Kong.
Airport Express Train Service
Airport Express $60 Special Fare Tickets Service at Hong Kong, Kowloon Station and AsiaWorld-Expo
Holders of valid event proof (Confirmation Email or Congress Badge)* are entitled to redeem round-trip Airport Express tickets between AsiaWorld-Expo Station and Hong Kong Station or Kowloon Station at just HK$60 with an Octopus.
Hong Kong Station – L2 Trains to Airport and AsiaWorld-Expo (next to the Airport Express Shuttle Bus counter)
Kowloon Station – L2 Trains to Airport and AsiaWorld-Expo
AsiaWorld-Expo – 1/F, AsiaWorld-Expo Customer Service Counter (Near AEL Exit A)
AWE to/from Mainland China
Regular daily cross border bus services provide easy land access to and from AWE, Hong Kong International Airport and the Chinese mainland. For detailed information about bus service, timetable, ticket and fares,
please visit, By clicking below
- China Travel Tours Transportation Services Hong Kong Limited
- Eternal East Cross-Border Coach Management Company Limited
AsiaWorld-Expo is served by both Urban (red) and Lantau (blue) taxis. Taxi passengers can be dropped off at the venue's East Entrance. (Please note that New Territories (green) taxi cannot access AsiaWorld-Expo)
Taxi Stand - When leaving AsiaWorld-Expo, visitors can take taxis at the Taxi Stan located near the East Entrance.
By Private Car
Ample parking space is available at the SkyCity Carpark (near to the West Entrance of AsiaWorld-Expo) for private cars and motor cycles. Parking rate is offered at HK$18 per parking hour or HK$90 for prepaid day-park (for period from 8:00am to 8:00pm) or 24-hour parking is $144.
*Terms and conditions apply. For the detailed arrangement and schedules, please refer to the official website of AsiaWorld-Expo (www.asiaworld-expo.com), under the Special Transportation Services section of individual Event Details page at Event Calendar
Hotel & Accommodation
As our official travel agency, Wing On Travel will be able to assist you in inbound arrangement as well as special offer of flight, hotel accommodations, theme park, local restaurants for your delegates. Please feel free to contact Wing On Travel for more information, herewith her contact detail for your reference:
Please click here (Link: https://mice.wingontravel.com/en/event/booknow/aplic_2019/) to book now.
Ms. Liela Thadani
Assistant Manager – Corporate & MICE
Tel: (852) 2121-9559
Fax: (852) 3747-6588
Mobile: (852) 5183-9692
Sightseeing & Dining in Hong Kong
Renowned as the culinary capital of Asia, Hong Kong boasts more than 11,000 restaurants, many of them clustered in defined food districts. Apart from enjoying the best Cantonese and regional Chinese food, visitors can sample a full choice of authentic Asian cuisines and Western fare.
Hong Kong offers a host of memorable tourist attractions within its compact area, with The Peak, Victoria Harbour and the Giant Buddha among the most awe-inspiring. You'll be amazed by the diverse contrasts and close proximity of stunning cityscapes and soaring mountains, heritage sites and extensive green countryside.
Add 8 hours to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) to get the Hong Kong time.
Hong Kong has a sub-tropical climate with seasonal changes. In March, temperature and humidity are rising. Evenings can be cool. Temperature ranges from 17℃ – 26℃.
You can find detailed weather updates for tourist attractions on the Hong Kong Weather Information for Tourists website before deciding what to pack.. While you’re in Hong Kong, you can also dial 1878 200 and press '3' for English to check the latest situation.
Cantonese is spoken by over 88% of the people in Hong Kong. However, English, as another official language in Hong Kong, is also widely used in the city, and most of the taxi drivers and salespersons are able to communicate in English.
Currency and Credit Card
The Hong Kong Dollar (HK$) is the unit currency used in Hong Kong. USD$1 is about HK$7.80. Most foreign currencies and traveler's cheques can be changed over banks, hotels and moneychangers. There are no restrictions on the type or amount of money that can be brought into or taken out of Hong Kong.
All major credit cards are widely accepted in Hong Kong and can be used to obtain cash advances at banks and automatic teller machines (ATMs). ATMs can be found almost everywhere and at the meeting venue, and provide 24-hour cash withdrawal (HK$).
Generally, offices of commercial establishments and government departments are open from 9am to 5pm on weekdays. Some are open on Saturdays from 9am to 1pm. Major banks are open from 9am to 4:30pm on weekdays and 9am to 12:30pm on Saturdays.
Major banks are open from 9am to 4:30pm Monday to Friday, and 9am to 12:30pm on Saturday, closing on Sundays and public holidays. Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) can be found almost everywhere and provide 24-hour cash withdrawal (HK$).
Most shops and department stores are open daily from 10am to 9pm, while 24-hour convenience shops are located all over the city.
The standard voltage in Hong Kong is 220 volts AC/50 cycles. The plug/ socket system in Hong Kong is a 3-rectangular-pin type.
Most of the world’s mobile telecommunications systems operate in Hong Kong, including GSM 900, PCS 1800, LTE, CDMA and WCDMA. Check if your service provider has a roaming agreement with a Hong Kong operator. And be sure to pay attention to the roaming rates!
For a great deal on mobile roaming in Hong Kong, pick up a Discover Hong Kong Tourist SIM card as soon as you arrive.
Welcome to Islam Participants
Hong Kong is an international city, gathered around the world merchants. More than 100 years ago, there have been Islam settling in Hong Kong, has formed a vibrant community. As a result, the Islamic business travel to Hong Kong is not a problem with religious ceremonies. There are a number of restaurants in Hong Kong which are certified by the Hong Kong Islamic Trust Fund to provide food that meets Islamic regulations http://www.discoverhongkong.com/tc/dine-drink/what-to-eat/halal- and-vegetarian.jsp, including Indian, Pakistan, Middle East, Western and Chinese dishes.
Hong Kong Main Mosque / Islamic Center The three main mosques in Hong Kong are willing to receive Islam from overseas.
|Shawn Street Mosque||30 Huli Street, Central, Hong Kong||(852) 2523 7743|
|Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Center||105 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon||(852) 2724 0095|
|Love Group Mosque and Lincoln Islamic Center||40 Oi Kwan Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong||(852) 2575 2218|
In emergency situations, you can contact the local police, ambulance service, fire department and other emergency services by calling 999.
|Emergency services (police, fire, ambulance)||999|
|Police Hotline||+852 2527 7177|
|Travel Industry Council of Hong Kong||+852 2807 0707|
|Consumer Council||+852 2929 2222|
|Hong Kong Tourism Board Visitor Hotline||+852 2508 1234|
|Hong Kong International Airport||+852 2181 8888|
|Hong Kong Hotels Association Hotel Reservation Hotline||+852 2383 8380|
|Customs and Excise Department 24-Hour Hotline||+852 2815 7711|
|Hong Kong Immigration Department||+852 2824 6111|
|Hong Kong Observatory (for weather information)||+852 1878 200|
|Telephone directory enquiries||1081|
If you lose your passport, make a 'lost report' at the nearest police station (call the Police Hotline 2527 7177 for locations or refer to their website to find a Report Room). Then contact your consulate to have your passport replaced.
Lost or stolen wallet
If your wallet or valuables are lost or stolen, please notify your hotel immediately and report the theft to police. Keep a separate record of your credit card numbers and report the loss to your card issuers as quickly as possible. Please check with your credit card issuers or insurance company for emergency assistance. Most issuers have toll-free numbers and 24-hour services to deal with such emergencies.