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    Hong Kong
    tigerair Singapore

    Mon, 29 May - Wed, 31 May
    US$ 109
    Kuala Lumpur
    Hong Kong
    AirAsia Berhad - Malaysia

    Tue, 23 May - Tue, 30 May
    US$ 112
    Hong Kong
    AirAsia - Thai AirAsia

    Sat, 13 May - Wed, 17 May
    US$ 150
    Chiang Mai
    Hong Kong
    AirAsia - Thai AirAsia

    Sat, 13 May - Sat, 13 May
    US$ 197
    Cebu Island
    Hong Kong
    Philippine Airlines

    Thu, 18 May - Thu, 25 May
    US$ 205
    Hong Kong

    Fri, 28 Apr - Mon, 1 May
    US$ 248
    Kochi (Cochin)
    Hong Kong
    Malindo Air

    Thu, 6 Jul - Mon, 10 Jul
    US$ 277
    Ho Chi Minh City
    Hong Kong

    Sat, 29 Apr - Tue, 2 May
    US$ 282
    New Delhi
    Hong Kong
    Jet Airways

    Tue, 6 Jun - Mon, 12 Jun
    US$ 306
    Hong Kong
    AirAsia Berhad - Malaysia

    Wed, 26 Jul - Sat, 29 Jul
    US$ 315
Arriving in Hong Kong

Cheap flights to Hong Kong can take you to one of the most bustling and vibrant cities on the planet. Hong Kong flights typically land at Hong Kong International Airport, a thriving centre that is located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, in the western part of Hong Kong. Once you have gotten off one of the many cheap flights to Hong Kong, you have several options for getting into the main part of the city. The Airport Express railway provides quick transport to many of the districts you might need to travel. There are also several different bus routes that stop at the airport, and taxi service is also available. For travellers that might be going elsewhere in the region and might want to travel by boat, ferries are available on Chek Lap Kok Island.

Getting around Hong Kong

Hong Kong's public transportation system is one of the best--and most expansive--in the world, encompassing almost every type of transit form possible. There is a huge rail transportation network, encompassing both train and light rail, which goes throughout the city, as well as a double-decker streetcar system that runs throughout Hong Kong Island. Hong Kong also offers thousands of buses, both massive public ones that travel main routes and smaller, "light buses" that go to other, more out of the way destinations. Additionally, Hong Kong boasts thousands of taxicabs, each colour-coded for the areas that they serve. You should not have any problem using public transportation to get around the city. Be sure to pick up an "Octopus Card" to pay for your travels after Hong Kong flights.

Main Attractions in Hong Kong

Flights to Hong Kong will bring interested tourists to one of the most historic and most beautiful cities in the world, full of amazing attractions and destinations. It is a family-friendly city; head out to Ocean Park to see all of the region's wildlife up close, or journey to Hong Kong Disneyland for some quality time with Mickey, Minnie and the gang. The "Avenue of Stars" celebrates Hong Kong's amazing movie industry, featuring performances, celebrity handprints, and a statue of local legend Bruce Lee. Travelling to the city's Peak District offers an astonishing view of the entirety of Hong Kong, as well as a truly dazzling tram ride to the top. For a unique experience, travel to Po Lin Monastery and view the "Big Buddha" statue, and then trek down to Victoria Harbour for an incredible water cruise. 

Shopping, Dining and Night Life in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is teeming with things to do for the ready-to-party traveller who appreciates cheap airfares and cheap tickets. Be sure to make a stop in one of the city's many cinemas to take in one of Hong Kong's fantastic movies before you head out. If you are looking to party, the most famous and popular bar district is Lan Kwai Fong, which contains a plethora of nightlife and dining options. or try Wan Chai, which is on the northern part of Hong Kong Island. Both places contain plenty of destinations perfect for dancing and partying the night away. Visitors to Hong Kong need to sample the incredible food the city offers. Stop in a city bakery to sample specialties like wife cake or pineapple buns, or give your taste buds a boost with a meal of shark's fin soup or Buddha’s delight. If you are looking for a fine cuisine, journey to Above & Beyond, Island Tang or Otto e Mezzo. Shoppers in Hong Kong will find endless options. Visit the Causeway Bay District for upscale shopping, or head to the Sheung Wan neighbourhood for more eclectic options. 

Flight stats for Hong Kong - did you know?
  • Hong Kong is 26 km from Hong Kong Intl Airport (Hong Kong, China).
  • Hong Kong Intl Airport (Hong Kong, China)
    • Right now, 112 airlines operate out of Hong Kong Intl Airport.
    • Hong Kong Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 158 cities.
    • Every week, at least 0 domestic flights and 9,240 international flights depart from Hong Kong Intl Airport.

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