16 - 18 October, 2020
Event Update: Postponed to 16th – 18th Oct 2020
Due to health and safety precautions surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, the HSBC Hong Kong Sevens 2020 scheduled for the 3rd – 5th April 2020 has been officially postponed to the 16th – 18th October 2020. If you have any questions about an existing booking, please visit our FAQ page.
Hong Kong Sevens Travel Packages from Fiji.
Where the world comes to play.
Feel the energy, experience the festival and witness the action of world-class rugby at Asia’s biggest sporting event. Immerse yourself in this action-packed sporting event like never before and experience the sensations that can only be felt firsthand. From the roaring crowds and adrenaline-pumping rugby to the vibrant street parties, parades and international entertainment, there is nothing like the exhilarating atmosphere at the 2020 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens.
Bringing over 30 years of experience travelling to the Hong Kong Sevens, Keith Prowse Travel offer unparalleled firsthand local knowledge and on-ground support to ensure you get the most out of your trip. With premium accommodation, transfers, official tickets and access to the most exclusive experiences, we are guaranteed to create a trip of a lifetime for you.
2020 Packages from Fiji
Essentials Fiji Travel Package
From $1,290 AUD per person twin share
15 – 19 October, 2020
- 3 day Essential Sevens ticket
- 4 nights accommodation at the 3 star Mini Hotel, Causeway Bay
- Official Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Merchandise
- Keith Prowse Travel event guide
- Onsite Keith Prowse Travel customer service team
Accommodation for the 2020 Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens.
Mini Hotel Causeway Bay
Our 3 Star Hotel
With all the charm of a boutique capsule hotel, the Mini Hong Kong is a compact sanctuary within the buzz Causeway Bay. Just a few minutes’ walk from Hong Kong’s best shopping district and surrounded by a variety of authentic dining options, the Mini Hotel is only a 15 minute walk to Hong Kong Stadium, and is perfect for travelers wanting to experience the fast-paced city.
Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens Match Schedule & Location
The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens match schedule for 2020 has yet to be released; stay tuned to our page for further information.
Hong Kong Stadium is the home of the Cathay Pacific/HSBC Hong Kong Sevens and is the largest outdoor multi-purpose recreation and sports venue in Hong Kong. Situated in the area of So Kon Po in the south of Causeway Bay, the Stadium can be easily accessed via MTR, bus, taxi or even on foot.
Closest MTR Station: Causeway Bay, Exit F (Hong Kong Line). Around a 15 minute walk.
Citybus : No. 5B Kennedy Town, Causeway Bay
KMB : No. 678 Sheung Shui Bus Terminus, Causeway Bay
No. 936 Lei Muk Shue, Causeway Bay (Cotton Path)
Kick Off Concert
For 40 years now, the Kick Off Concert has become one of the most exciting and iconic events of the HK 7’s Tournament. Featuring some of the world’s best artists, the concert sets the spirit for the rest of the weekend.
Located just meters away from the stadium itself, the Sevens Village is truly the beating heart of the tournament weekend. Open to all, the village features big-screen viewing of all games and plays host to countless live music acts, an abundance of food, drinks and spaces to relax. Grab a bean bag and watch the action live.
Watch as the Lee Gardens centre is transformed into the celebratory hub of Hong Kong, which comes alive with music, a host of international foods and interactive sports activities. Mingle with the stars of the game and costume-clad fans amongst vibrant streets decorated by pop-up booths, street performers and rugby-related games.
To share in the festivities away from the stadium, it’s difficult to miss ‘Rugby Central’ located at stunning Charter Garden, providing opportunities for player autographs, rugby skills clinics, competitions, live music and celebrity chefs as they reinterpret match-side staples in three pop-up restaurants.
Explore Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s thriving culinary culture sees Michelin star restaurants and dining precincts constantly pop-up throughout the city. The area of Wan Chai is a must-visit around Hong Kong Sevens time with pulsing bars and dining hotspots in abundance. The ultimate foodie destination for those that are looking for either a casual or high-end dining experience.
With a breathtaking panorama over Hong Kong’s skyline, the view from Victoria Peak can only be described by one word; unforgettable. Victoria Peak sits 552m tall as the highest point on Hong Kong Island with 360 degree views available from The Peak terrace. To get there, regular buses depart from across the city followed by an experiential ride on The Peak Tram, the city’s historic funicular, at the base of the peak.
Take in Hong Kong’s stunning harbour and sprawling skyline for social media worthy views from ICC Tower, The Peak, or Central Plaza vantage points. You can also jump aboard one of the numerous cruises departing regularly from the Star Ferry Terminal such as the iconic red-sail Chinese junk boats.