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October 8 - 14, 2023

Ladies—we’re going to Hong Kong!  With the primary purpose of getting bespoke suits made, we’ll use our time in between suit fittings to sight-see, shop, hike Victoria Peak, sip cocktails and champagne, and dine in Hong Kong’s most acclaimed restaurants. You’ll stay in some of the finest luxury hotels that the city has to offer. You’ll eat your way through Kowloon and Central, experiencing the juxtaposition of the old world and the new, through meals ranging from street food and dim sum to several Michelin Star restaurants. If you’re a professional woman who’s always dreamed of getting fitted for custom suits, use this opportunity to save a ton of money on bespoke suits, while getting to see the exciting city of Hong Kong at the same time. Oh, and MCLE credits are offered too.

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Monday, October 9

Spa Day at the Peninsula

The jet lag traveling to Asia is no joke, so we'll take it easy today. We'll start with breakfast at our hotel, 1 quick hour of MCLEs, and then do a spa treatment. In the afternoon, we'll enjoy traditional High Tea. The British influence on Hong Kong still remains strong despite the country being free of British rule for more than 25 years. It’s one of the many ways that Hong Kong is so exciting and unique. We'll end the day with a dinner together at a waterfront restaurant that offers stunning views of Victoria Harbor and the incredible Hong Kong skyline.

Hong Kong Skyline

Sunday, October 8

Arrive in Hong Kong

Flights to Hong Kong typically leave late at night and arrive in the morning two days later. So most attendees will leave Friday night and arrive early Sunday morning. Once we are all together, we'll drop our bags at the hotel and head straight to Sam's tailor to choose fabrics and have our first of three fittings. We'll eat a traditional dim sum lunch in Kowloon, walk through the Ladies Market and then check into our hotel, where you can shower or take a nap. If everyone is up for it, we'll reconvene for drinks at Ozone—the highest rooftop bar in the world—followed by a light dinner.

Big buddha statue at the top of Fansipan mountain

Tuesday, October 10

Tan Tian Buddha

We'll start our day with another hour of MCLEs right after breakfast. Then we'll take the short walk over to Sam's Tailor again, where we will do our second fitting. In the afternoon, we will head to Ngong Ping on Lantau Island, where we'll take glass bottom cable cars over to Tian Tan Buddha (also known as "Big Buddha") and the Po Lin Monastery. We'll get a little bit of exercise climbing its 268 steps to the top. The views from the top are magical. Afterwards we'll return to the hotel, have some time to freshen up and join together for a Michelin Star dinner.

Wednesday, October 11

Shopping +Happy Valley

You'll gain 1 hour of MCLE specialty credits over breakfast again before checking out of our Kowloon hotel. We'll gather our items and get taken by a driver over to Central Hong Kong. After we drop our bags at the new hotel, we will head out for some shopping in the glitzy Central district. Later in the afternoon we will check into the hotel and then head out to Happy Valley Race Course, where we'll bet on the ponies—a Hong Kong gathering place for locals, expats and tourists alike. There' we'll enjoy casual food and drinks under the nighttime lights of the exciting racetrack.


Thursday, October 12

Junk Boat +Lamma Island

After gaining another hour of specialty credits in the morning over breakfast, the group will head to the water to board our private chartered Junk Boat for the day. Don't let the name fool you though: a Junk Boat in Hong Kong is really a small yacht. We will spend the day cruising Victoria Harbor, have a seafood lunch on Lamma Island (known for its fresh seafood), then cruise back through Aberdeen before heading back to the hotel to freshen up. That evening, we will enjoy a casual dinner close to our hotel, since a long day out on the water can sometimes take it's toll.

Friday, October 13