Hong Kong Flights


Hong Kong has become a popular holiday destination in recent years, with numerous attractions that will appeal to a variety of people. There are theme parks, markets, museums, theatres and cultural attractions, as well as outdoor destinations where you can admire the views and enjoy the wildlife.

Flight Information

The flight from London to Hong Kong takes approximately eleven and a half hours, with three airlines offering direct flights from London to Hong Kong International. There are also non direct flights available with one stop, which normally take around sixteen to seventeen hours. Hong Kong International has good transport links, with the Airport Express train running approximately every ten minutes. There are also good shopping facilities at the airport, including convenience stores, food and clothing stores, so there should be plenty to keep you entertained while waiting for your flight.

Best Things To Do In Hong Kong

If you are travelling to Hong Kong on a family holiday, you might want to visit one of the theme parks, such as Ocean Park or Hong Kong Disneyland. In addition to the rides, Ocean Park also has an aquarium with over five thousand fish and an area where you can visit Asian animals, such as giant pandas and salamanders.

For those who would prefer to explore the cultural attractions, there are several temples and religious buildings that you can visit. Chi Lin Nunnery and Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery are worth a visit, with impressive architecture and beautiful surroundings. You could also visit Ngong Ping Village, which is a culturally themed village where you can take a cable car ride and enjoy the views. The Tian Tan Buddha statue can easily be accessed from here.

If you want a break from being in a busy city, there are outdoor attractions where you may find some peace and quiet. Hong Kong Park has a tai-chi garden, water features with koi and turtles and an aviary. There is also Nan Lian Garden, which is considered by some to be one of the most beautiful spots in Hong Kong. There are ornamental trees, pavilions and fountains, as well as galleries and a tea house. There is also a vegetarian restaurant and souvenir shop. You could also visit Hong Kong Wetland Park, where you can take a walk and maybe spot some wildlife.

While in Hong Kong, you may want to visit Victoria Peak which is the ideal place to view Victoria Harbour, home to the impressive Hong Kong skyline. As well as admiring the views from the Peak Tower, you can also take a ride on the Peak Tram, which is the oldest method of transport in the city.


There are numerous hotels to choose from in Hong Kong, whether you are looking for luxury accommodation or a budget option. You can stay in a towering skyscraper with modern amenities and spas, or if you prefer you can choose a guesthouse or inn. There are also plenty of hostels for those who are travelling on a budget. For those who prefer self-catering, there are apartments available for rental.