Business Class Flight to Hong Kong

Take a look before you book your cheap business class flight to Hong Kong. We have compiled some helpful information to prepare you for a visit to this crowded and complex city.

An Introduction to Hong Kong

It’s hard to compare anywhere in the world to Hong Kong. At first glance, Hong Kong can seem like a daunting city, an icon of Asian economy with thickets of skyscrapers and masses of people. Located on the southern coast of China, Hong Kong has an abundance of buildings, shops, and people, that can leave you thinking that Hong Kong is nothing more than a vast urban sprawl. This is not true. Quiet fishing villages, gorgeous beaches, and a network of cycling and hiking trails are only a short bus ride away. Hong Kong is not only a dynamic urban area, with things to do every minute, but also a peaceful destination for travelers to enjoy.

While in Hong Kong

Let’s take a look at some of the highlights this electric city has to offer. Below you’ll find a list of top attractions but generally speaking there is so much to discover. Whether you’re buying a ticket to see a Cantonese opera in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, looking to enjoy some of the finest culinary experiences in the world, or want to travel on one of the most dazzling cable cars, Hong Kong is the place to be.  

What to see and do in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is divided into two sides – Hong Kong and Kowloon – that are separated by a large bay. Both are worth visiting and have much to offer. Some of the top visitor attractions are as follows:

  1. Hong Kong Disneyland
  2. Ngong Ping 360 cable car
  3. Star Ferry
  4. Victoria Peak
  5. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
  6. Wong Tai Sin Temple
  7. Hong Kong Museum of History
  8. Statue Square
  9. Happy Valley Races
  10. Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware

If you plan on visiting the most popular tourist spots, it may be a wise investment to purchase a pass. The Hong Kong iVenture Card offers discount entry to seven major attractions including Macau Tower, Madame Tussuads and the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck, plus either access to Ocean Park, a Big Bus Hong Kong Tour, a Watertours cruise or a three-course meal. The pass is good for 5 days and is available to buy online. There are a number of interesting tours, but you haven’t truly seen Hong Kong until you’ve booked passage on a Star Ferry. Stay Ferry is a fleet of electric-diesel vessels with names like Celestial Star, Twinkling Star, and Morning Star. It is one of the cheapest and most worthwhile attractions in Hong Kong. Booking is easy with fares available from the airport.

Food and Drink in Hong Kong

Visitors to Hong Kong will find great authentic food from all parts of China, including Cantonese, Peking, Swatow, Shanghai, Szechuan, and Hakka. Better still, there is the opportunity to sample them in a variety of settings – from aboard a sampan boat in Causeway Bay, on a floating restaurant at Aberdeen, in a Kowloon back-street restaurant or street market, or the dining room of a luxury hotel.

For drinks, it is good to note that most Chinese people do not order alcohol before dinner. Regional drinks include Zhian jing (a rice wine), Liang hua pei (plum brandy), Bai jiu (a white spirit), Kaolian (a whisky), and locally brewed beers San Miguel and Tsingtao.

Basic restaurants do not usually add a service charge to the bill. It is normal to leave a dollar or two as a tip. Mid-range or high-end restaurants will normally add 10%, but customers can also leave an additional tip (in the form of coins) if the service was good.

Shopping in Hong Kong

Items of note to purchase in Hong Kong include high-end designer goods, which are typically found at reasonable prices. There is a wide variety of shopping venues to choose from, though. Indoor shopping malls, as well as outdoor markets, can be found everywhere throughout the city. Shopping hours vary greatly.

Many consider Hong Kong to be anything but cheap, but almost any budget can be catered for. If you know exactly what you want and where to look, you can find premium items that are more than fairly priced. You may even find some great deals! There are a host of markets including the famous Temple Street Night Market, gadget bazaars, and trendy side-street boutiques ranging in products and prices.

Culture and Nightlife in Hong Kong

For culture and nightlife, Hong Kong is one of Asia’s major destinations. With lively nightclub and bar scenes – which tend to get going late and carry on until dawn – as well as cultural events such as concerts, plays, and exhibitions.

The number of rooftop bars in Hong Kong grow every year and are perfect for taking in the warm sea air while having a drink and taking in the view. Sevva is one of Hong Kong’s most stylish rooftop bars located next door to HSBC headquarters and close to Central MTR Station.

In terms of nightclubs, the list is expansive and often hosts performances by world-class DJs. Some worth noting is Play, the 600sq ft. spot popular with locals and expats alike. Volar is located in the heart of the Lan Kwai Foong clubbing street and Ce La Vi Hong Kong – a place set up the team behind Ku De Ta. Their brand that has swept across Asia’s top party destinations.

If it’s a cocktail or a beer you’re after, than the SoHo area contains hundreds of trendy bars and pubs. Hong Kong is becoming particularly good for prohibition style ‘speak easy’ bars such as Stockton. At first, Stockton seems like a small reception area, but after passing a quick test, a drape is pulled back revealing a dimly lit cocktail bar with a 1920’s style drinks menu.

When to book your cheap business class flight to Hong Kong

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with four seasons. The weather is strongly influenced by two monsoons: from October to March and from April to September. Overall, the best months to visit are the periods between the monsoons (March to April and October to November). During that time the humidity is low, the skies are clear and the temperature is warm but not too hot. That said, there are plenty of indoor activities in Hong Kong. There is a huge amount of airlines that fly to Hong Kong including British Airways, Virgin, Emirates, and Singapore Airlines etc. and therefore airfares can vary greatly depending from where you fly and with whom. Flights from New York take 16 hours, from London Heathrow is 11.5 hours.

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