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Why Fly to Hong Kong?

Hong Kong International Airport is one of South East Asia’s busiest airports, but it is more than a low-cost flight hub. It is the gateway to a vibrant city with a remarkable mix of Eastern and Western influences. Hong Kong's airport is located 28 miles from central Hong Kong, at Chek Lap Kok on Lantau Island. The quantity and quality of shopping, dining and relaxation facilities at Chep Lap Kok should offer plenty to keep you occupied if your stopover is only a few hours.

Flying to Hong Kong from the UK

It is possible to get cheap flight deals from several UK airports to Hong Kong International Airport offering change from £600. London Heathrow has direct flights to Hong Kong which take approximately 12 hours. Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bristol and Cardiff international airports all offer cheap one-stop services to Hong Kong.

Which Airlines Fly to Hong Kong?

Qantas Airways, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and Air New Zealand all offer direct services to Hong Kong from London Heathrow. Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airways offer one-stop services from Heathrow and Qatar Airways travel from London Gatwick via Doha. Several airlines including Emirates and Air France offer a one-stop service from Manchester and Birmingham while Edinburgh and Glasgow are well served by airlines including KLM and Qantas. From Bristol or Cardiff International Airport, KLM offers a one-stop service to Hong Kong via Amsterdam.

Mini Travel Guide to Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island offers soaring skyscrapers, fine dining, high-end shopping and world-class hotels neatly tucked alongside tradition and temples. The top of Victoria Peak is the best place to enjoy Hong Kong's spectacular sights. Hop on the vertiginous Peak Tram which has been in use since 1888 to admire the views, or take a tram to Causeway Bay to see street life from above.

Buy a ticket for Hong Kong's best museums around Tsim Sha Tsui's waterfront, or take a trip to see traditional temples and monasteries. Stunning sights include the Wong Tai Sin Temple in the heart of Kowloon, and Statue Square with its dazzling ensemble of modernist buildings. Rides on the Star Ferry and the Mid-Levels Escalator are a must; as is a trip on the Ngong Ping 360 cablecar to see the Po Lin Monastery and Big Buddha on Lantau Island.

When it comes to dinnertime, Hong Kong offers excellent Cantonese cuisine, with specialties including dim sum and delicious char siu (barbecued pork), speedy stir-fried noodles or extravagant abalone shellfish. Shoppers bring empty suitcases to take home bargain fashions, kitsch souvenirs and Chinese crafts. Shop for souvenirs at the noisy street-markets in Jordan, or splash some cash at the high-end department stores in Central. If you get lucky (or plan carefully), you can also combine your holiday with a Happy Valley Races meeting, or time your trip to catch events like the high-octane Hong Kong Rugby Sevens in March, or the 2000-year-old Dragon Boat Festival in June.

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