Special offers set for Jul 1

June 20, 2023

The Government today announced that a rich array of special offers will be rolled out for the public to enjoy the 26th anniversary of the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China.


The offers to be provided by the Government and different sectors of the community cover areas including dining, arts and culture, sports, environmental protection, fisheries and agriculture, and transport.


On July 1, the public can enjoy free admission to a range of fee-charging facilities under the Leisure & Cultural Services Department and to the Hong Kong Wetland Park under the Agriculture, Fisheries & Conservation Department.


Free admission will also be offered to M+ and seven thematic exhibitions of the Hong Kong Palace Museum in the West Kowloon Cultural District.


Free guided tours and free workshops will be arranged or enhanced on July 1 or a nearby date for the 12 projects under the Commissioner for Heritage's Office’s Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme.


From July 1 to 7, a 29% discount will be provided when the public purchases designated products from the Fish Marketing Organization and the Vegetable Marketing Organization via the "Local Fresh" mobile app.


Throughout July, the Environmental Protection Department's community recycling network, GREEN@COMMUNITY, will offer additional GREEN$ to those who recycle via the network or participate in food waste recycling using smart recycling bins.


As for the catering industry, more than 1,000 restaurants are expected to offer a 29% discount on designated cuisines or catering items on July 1.


Other organisations and sectors will also organise celebratory events to share the joy of the special occasion.


Among them, free rides on all tram routes and certain ferry routes will be offered to the public on specified dates. The Airport Authority will distribute souvenirs to travellers. Details of these offers will be announced by relevant government departments or organisations in due course.


Visit the dedicated website to learn more about the Hong Kong SAR's 26th anniversary's celebratory events.

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