Flights to Hong Kong (CN)

One of the largest and most beautiful port cities in the world is unquestionably Hong Kong. Located on the southern tip of mainland China, it is its own principality and has enjoyed financial and political stability since its inception. Hong Kong International Airport is one of the largest in Asia and offers scheduled flights to North American, as well as Asian, Indian and Oceanic locations. There are numerous festivals throughout the year and Hong Kong is eager to invite visitors to come celebrate with them. There is a wealth of museums and galleries, that rank among the finest in the world. Among these are the Hong Kong Museum of History, the Hong Kong Space Museum and the Museum of Art. In addition to being known for its fabulous skyline, the city is also renowned for its world class hotel accommodations, unique and fine cuisines, fantastic shopping and vibrant nightlife.

Traces of civilisation in the Hong Kong area have been traced as far back as 30,000 years by some accounts. Throughout the millennia, Hong Kong has developed and experienced many changes and it lends itself to its visitors to be explored. Although Hong Kong is one of the largest cities in the world, many forget that there is also a vast amount of natural beauty on the surrounding islands as well. Hong Kong is home to many beautiful beaches, as well as mountainous areas perfect for hiking and camping.
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Places of interest

  • Museum of Tea Ware
  • Hong Kong Cultural Centre
  • Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank
  • St John's Cathedral
  • Che Kong Temple

More info about your Hong Kong city trip

  • Hong Kong Tourist Information
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  • Hong Kong
  • Tel. (+852) 25 08 12 34

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1. London-Hong Kong
05/03 - 17/03/2017 London-Hong Kong Jet Airways
2. Manchester-Hong Kong
18/12 - 06/01/2017 Manchester-Hong Kong Aeroflot
3. Aberdeen-Hong Kong
22/11 - 03/12/2016 Aberdeen-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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4. Belfast-Hong Kong
08/12 - 23/12/2016 Belfast-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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5. Bradford-Hong Kong
09/12 - 26/12/2016 Bradford-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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6. Carlisle-Hong Kong
13/11 - 03/12/2016 Carlisle-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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7. Cardiff-Hong Kong
07/12 - 09/01/2017 Cardiff-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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8. Eday-Hong Kong
05/12 - 24/01/2017 Eday-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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9. Foula-Hong Kong
07/11 - 19/12/2016 Foula-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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10. Haverfordwest-Hong Kong
16/12 - 14/02/2017 Haverfordwest-Hong Kong Multiple Carriers
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Hong Kong’s climate is subtropical and warm throughout the year. Monsoon season runs from May to November annually, which also marks the region’s warmest months. Monsoons can be unpredictable and often disrupt travel plans. In the winter, temperatures can drop to 10 degrees celsius on occasion. As a rule, December - May is typically the best time to visit the city.


Hong Kong Island and Kowloon are the best shopping locations in the city. For luxury shopping, head to Admiralty Station on the MRT. From here, shopping malls Pacific Place and the Landmark are within easy walking distance. Souvenirs and bargains can be found by heading to Kowloon’s Mong Kok neighbourhood. Featuring some of the most crowded streets in the city, tourists can find everything from kitchenware, to wedding dresses, knick knacks and even goldfish. In Mong Kok, bargains are easy to find and haggling is recommended.


As one of Asia’s foremost cosmopolitan cities, Hong Kong features restaurants specialising in all kinds of cuisines. Naturally, traditional Chinese food is featured prominently throughout town, but what many visitors don’t realise is that Hong Kong has its own unique cuisine. A mix of its colonial heritage and history as a south Asian trading post, city dishes range from Hong Kong-style french toast and burgers, to chicken’s feet, stinky tofu and five-layer roast pork.


Hong Kong is as active at night as it is during the day. For some of the best night spots, head to the neighbourhoods of Tsim Sha Tsui or Lan Kwai Fong. As the city’s major transportation hub, Tsim Sha Tsui the preferred meeting spot for locals, and is filled with eateries, bars and modern discos, the latter of which are located in major hotels. Lan Kwai Fong is considered one of the trendiest nightspots in town and is popular with both tourists and locals. It’s a great place to grab a drink with friends and indulge in people watching.

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