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  • Tao Ti Honey Green Tea 2023 Special Edition

    Tao Ti Honey Green Tea with its classic refreshing flavor, this year themed special label is wrapped with vibrant, colorful graffiti pattern. 650ml volume for you to enjoy every delightful moment in summer time! 

  • 《Tao Ti Green Holidays 2023》Luck Draw Promotion

    Upon purchase 4 bottles of Tao Ti 430/500/650mL drinks (HGT Green Holidays 2023 must be included) during promotion period, consumer is entitled to join Tao Ti Green Holidays 2023 lucky draw with the same valid single receipt.

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    [Grand Prize] ] HK$10,000 Travel Coupon (1 winner)

    [2nd Prize] ] Klook HK$1,000 Gift Voucher (5 winners)

    [3rd Prize] Tao Ti Green Holidays 20” Foldable Suitcase (Value: HK$799 x 50 winners)

    Click here to join the Lucky Draw!

    Trade Promotion Competition Licence No.: 57280. Winner list will be published in the Sing Tao Daily and The Standard on 18 August 2023 and also announced on Tao Ti website and Green Holidays Facebook. Terms and conditions applied, please refer to the website for details.

  • 《Tao Ti Green Holidays 2023》 Redemption Program

    With the valid receipt, consumer is eligible to redeem a Tao Ti Green Holidays 20” Foldable Suitcase at HK$399. Limited in quantity, while stock lasts.

    Click here to join the Redemption Program

There are more than hundreds of prizewinners since the launch of Green Holidays Promotion, who had travelled with us to various green nature destinations and enjoyed their 'Green Holidays'. Tao Ti Green Holidays strives to provide the prizewinners with extraordinary travel experiences throughout the years.

The destinations of Green Holidays in the past was usually rare locations, such as Sichuan Wolong Giant Panda Nature Reserve, Negara Rain Forest in Malaysia, Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuaries in Bangkok Thailand, Whale watching in Donsol Philippines and Snow Monkey Resort in Nagano Japan.

Green Holidays 2019 - Explore the nature

Travel coupons were given to the prizewinners, so that they can customize a green trip of their own.

Green Holidays 2018 - Okayama, flavour of fruits

Tao Ti brought the participants to travel in Sanin and Sanyou district along the highways in West Japan. During the trip, participants can pick muscat grapes in fruit farm, had milk ice cream made freshly from the farm and visited Tottori Sand Dunes, experienced the different sides of Japan.

Green Holidays 2017 - Trip of finding Kitagawahanbee

It was the red leaves season, so we brought the participants to view red leaves at Enryaku Temple on Mountain Biei in Kyoto. The highlight of this trip was to visit the origin of green tea in Uji Kyoto. The participants were able to do tea plucking and tea appreciation in tea farm. We also visited spots like Yasaka Shrine, Sagano and Arashiyama.

Green Holidays 2016 - Kagawa, hanging in Shodoshima

The participants were welcomed by the prefecture's official mascot of Kagawa, Sanudon, when they were off the flight. The big group of us took ferry to Shodoshima where we could taste soy sauce flavour ice cream and make sanuki udon noodles. We also visited Konpira Shrine, Oboke Valley and Narudo Bridge etc.

Green Holidays 2015 - Okinawa, explore the ocean

We went snorkling at Onna Village in Okinawa and watched colourful sea creatures in glass bottom boat, the mysterious under water world was spectacular. Apart from this, we also visited aquarium and pineapple farm.

Green Holidays 2014 - Korea Suncheon Green Tea Bath Travel

Tao Ti brought the participants to Suncheon in Korea and visited Suncheonman Bay Wetland Reserve. The participants also visited green tea farm and experienced green tea bath for refreshing air and relaxation.

Green Holidays 2013 - Kyushu, finding Zebras

We visited African Safari in Kyushu Japan and got to view the wild animals such as zebras, lions and tigers closely by taking the park's bus. We were like in Africa, it was so exciting.

Green Holidays 2012 - Nature Tour at Mount Kinabalu

We chose Sabah as our destination for Green Holidays this year. The group of us climbed up to 4,000m above the sea level of Mount Kinabalu and viewing rare plant species in the forest inside Kinabalu National Park. After that, we visited Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre to see the endangered orangutans and Turtle Island Park for Green Turtles and Hawksbill Turtles, it was a memorable experience for everyone.

Green Holidays 2011 - Viewing penguins in Australia

We flew out of East Asia and traveled to Philip Island in Melbourne Australia. Phillip Island offers visitors the chance to see incredible Australian wildlife amongst spectacular landscapes, in which the Penguin Parade is a must-see adventure.