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走進南豐紗廠 The Mills Tour - 團體參觀申請表 Group Visit Booking Form

走進南豐紗廠 The Mills Tour - 團體參觀申請表 Group Visit Booking Form

Description

南豐紗廠導賞團

在南豐紗廠的導賞團中,團體可以了解到南豐紡織舊廠房如何活化成為嶄新的南豐紗廠,並將荃灣區的紡織歷史連接未來,邁向創新科技與時尚融合的發展方向。

The Mills Tour

On guided tours of The Mills, organizations will learn about the reinvention of former Nan Fung cotton-spinning factories into The Mills; the transformation of Tsuen Wan’s textile past into a Techstyle future.

申請須知 Application Notes

1) 由於導賞團名額有限,申請將以先到先得形式辦理。團體可於參觀日兩個月內及不少於十四天前提交申請。將填妥的申

請表電郵至 [email protected]。南豐紗廠將於收到申請表後七天內以電郵方式通知申請人申請的結果。

Due to limited quota for guided tours, application is processed on a first-come-first-served basis. Applications can be made up to

three (2) months in advance and must not be less than fourteen (14) days before the proposed date of visit. Please submit the

completed form to The Mills by email ([email protected]). The application result will be notified via email within 7

days from the date of receiving the application form.

2) 導賞團以 20 至 30 人的小組形式進行。如出席的參觀人數不足 20 人,南豐紗廠有權取消該次導賞服務。

Guided tour is conducted in a small group of 20 to 30 visitors. The Mills reserves the right to cancel the guided tour service if the

number of actual participants is less than 20.

3) 團體必須根據約定時間 10 分鐘前到達本館。南豐紗廠有權取消遲到團體的導賞服務。

Visiting groups should arrive 10 minutes before the confirmed time of visit. The Mills reserves the right to cancel the guided tour

service of late comers.

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南豐紗廠 The Mills
關於我們南豐紗廠是南豐集團策劃的地標式保育項目,見證香港紡織工業的承傳,並帶領應用創意及創新工業邁進新里程。建基於集團的歷史與傳承,南豐紗廠以紡織和工業為根基,是集歷史、文化和體驗式購物於一身的香港文創新地標,讓訪客從中探索不斷延續而真實的香港故事。The Mills is a landmark revitalization project by Nan Fung Group, a celebration of shared industrial legacy with Hong Kong, and a step towards a future of applied creativity and innovation. The Mills is built on a foundation of legacy and heritage. Visitors can explore the continuity of an authentic Hong Kong story, where themes of textile and industry are now transformed into a destination for history, culture and experimental shopping.