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Airlines flying to Hong Kong

Below is a complete list of airlines operating flights Hong Kong:

Airline Tickets to Hong Kong

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Flights to other cities

The prices for Hong Kong flights depend on many factors: the season, the city of departure, the airline, the availability of discounts and sales.

Direct flights to Hong Kong

Below is a list of cities and countries, of which there are direct flights to Hong Kong.

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Helpful information

  • Hong Kong is the capital of Hong Kong (HK)
  • IATA code: HKG
  • Continent: Asia
  • Currency: Hong Kong Dollar (HKD) (Course: 100 HKD = 6.96 GBP)
  • Current time: 05:26 (GMT+8)
  • Current date: 2022.01.23

One of the world's most dynamic cities, Hong Kong has fascinated travellers for generations. Book your flights to Hong Kong with 

From the sumptuous splendour of The Peak to the bustling waterfront at Kowloon, Hong Kong is a truly intriguing city. Under British rule until 1997, it's now one of China's two special administrative regions and still holds a strong identity of its own. Take a family holiday in Hong Kong and have fun in Disneyland and Ocean Park. At night, watch this city glow underneath the gaze of a multitude of skyscrapers. Find out what Hong Kong is all about on your trip – book flights with today. 

Things to do in Hong Kong 

  1. On arrival, Hong Kong can seem like a perplexing city. Acquaint yourself with this cosmopolitan metropolis by taking a walking tour around Hong Kong Island, Victoria Harbour and Kowloon. Head to the promenade at Tsim Sha Tsui for glorious views of the Hong Kong skyline.
  2. The Peak is Hong Kong's most famous landmark – and with the views it offers, it's no wonder that so many tourists flock here every day. Take the escalators up through Soho and catch The Peak Tram for stunning views over Hong Kong.
  3. Just north of Hong Kong Island is Kowloon, a peninsula that's one of the most densely populated places in the world. Taxis can get caught up in traffic so take the ferry from the main island instead to explore Kowloon's bustling waterfront.
  4. Calling all kung-fu film fans: don't miss Kowloon's Avenue of Stars. Modelled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, this attraction pays homage to the Hong Kong film industry and has a striking statue of Bruce Lee.
  5. Also in Kowloon, the Hong Kong Museum of History sheds light on this region's captivating and often turbulent past, and Dialogue in the Dark is an intriguing exhibit that tests your senses.
  6. Surprisingly, one of Hong Kong's biggest draws is horse racing. The season lasts from September to July, when world-class race courses like Happy Valley are heaving with spectators. Things get particularly lively at night.
  7. Escape the frenetic pace of Hong Kong life and visit Lantau Island. Here, you'll find peaceful beaches and the Ngong Ping Cablecar as well as Hong Kong Disneyland.
  8. Whatever your age, Hong Kong Disneyland is one of the region's biggest attractions, with classic rides like Space Mountain and modern additions such as Grizzly Gulch and Toy Story Land.
  9. When you've had your fill of Mickey Mouse and Buzz Lightyear, head to Ocean Park aquarium and amusement park, and wax museum Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.
  10. Hong Kong dazzles at night, thanks to the light and sound show A Symphony of Light. Each night, this multimedia show illuminates skyscrapers on both sides of the harbour at 8pm. Head to Tsim Sha Tsui or get on a ferry for the best views.

Shopping in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's history as an important trading port has made it a premier shopping destination for centuries. Today, shopping in Hong Kong is a vibrant mix of traditional markets and modern shopping centres. 

What to buy in Hong Kong

People flock to Hong Kong from all over the world to buy the latest electronics and gadgets. But don't overlook its other wares: you'll find exquisite silk clothing, fabrics and jade jewellery here too, as well as prints, ceramics and artworks. 

Where to shop

Head to Causeway Bay and dive head-first into Hong Kong's manic shopping scene. Visit Times Square and Lee Gardens shopping centres for designer fashion labels. Stanley Market and the Ladies Market are great places to buy souvenirs too, and the Temple Street Night Market is a great place for bargains after dark.

Eating in Hong Kong

Thanks to its international culture, eating out in Hong Kong is a truly cosmopolitan experience. Sample traditional flavours from all over East Asia and beyond.

What to eat in Hong Kong

Many travellers in Hong Kong devour their weight in dim sum (steamed dumplings usually filled with prawns or pork). Roast pork and fresh seafood dishes are abundant, and most dishes are noodle or rice-based. Congee (rice porridge) is another local favourite – these bright yellow egg custard tarts are a popular sweet snack. 

Hong Kong restaurants

Gourmets should head to Murray House, a picturesque colonial mansion on the Stanley Waterfront, while those looking for international flavours should visit Kowloon's Ashley Road. Fish lovers flock to Cheung Chau – or 'Seafood Street' – and in Aberdeen, you'll find one of the world's largest floating restaurants: Jumbo Kingdom.

Insider's Tips 

You can contact the local police, fire department and ambulance services by dialling 999 in Hong Kong. 

British tourists do not need a visa to travel to Hong Kong for stays up to six months. However, if you are planning to visit mainland China, you will need to apply for a visa in advance. 

Although the Yuan is the official currency in China, the official currency in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong Dollar. 

English is widely spoken in Hong Kong, thanks to its British colonial past. Most people here speak Cantonese, rather than Manda 

Typhoon season in Hong Kong lasts from May to November, and typhoon warnings are broadcast on TV and radio stations.

Getting from Hong Kong Airport

Hong King Airport Express

This is the simplest way to get from Hong Kong Airport to the city centre, and the journey takes just 24 minutes. View the Airport Express schedule online.


Taxis in Hong Kong are colour-coded. Red taxis will take passengers to all parts of Hong Kong, except Tung Chung Road and south Lantau. Green taxis go to the New Territories and some roads in Lantau. Blue taxis go to Launtau. All three types of taxis are available at the airport.


Public bus services connect the airport to various parts of Hong Kong. 

See Hong Kong Airport for more information.