As the largest and most populous continent in the world, Asia plays an essential part in the business world. Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai are three of the most popular business destinations in Asia.
Cheap business class flights to Beijing are the perfect reason to hold your conference or business meeting in Asia. There are many high-end business venues like the Hilton Beijing Capital Airport, the Peninsula Beijing and the Hilton Beijing Wangfujing. As well as being a communication, economic and business hub, Beijing is also a cultural utopia.
Ensure you see the unmissable Great Wall of China, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Step away from the busy city centre to see stunning gardens like the ones at the Summer Palace or Beihai Park. There you’ll find peaceful lakes, lush flora and relaxing boat rides. Or visit the 798 Art District to admire the thriving artistic community with its contemporary galleries and cutting-edge art.
Experience the magic and vibrancy of this unique and exciting city with our business class flights to Hong Kong. Arrange a meeting in a skyscraper 118 stories high like the International Commerce Centre. For a sophisticated and elegant business set up, choose a venue like the Mandarin Oriental or the Four Seasons Hotel to make a lasting impression on your guests.
Hong Kong has much more to offer than glorious skyscrapers and fantastic business locations. There are 15,000 restaurants to choose from, offering everything from Michelin star cuisine to local street food. Embrace the historical culture by visiting the Chi Lin Nunnery, the ideal place to absorb the spiritual atmosphere while surrounded by beautiful gardens and designs.
Shanghai oozes creativity which is shown through the architecture, interior design and up-and-coming artists. Its sky-high modern buildings are ideal for business meetings or conferences, providing unique and elegant rooms with state-of-the-art facilities.
If you’re on a business trip to Shanghai, be sure to make the most of your free time. Try the unique local foods like the freshly made noodles at the Muslim noodle shops, the Di Shui Dong ribs as well as jiaozi, the fried, round, soup-containing dumplings. There are pretty gardens to wander around, museums to tour and sites to see.
Lose track of time on the narrow streets of the Old French Concession, a historical avenue with shops, artist salons, bars and restaurants. Tours are available to take, or simply amble down the tree-lined streets by yourself to escape the business of Shanghai.