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Cheap flights to Hong Kong

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Best Anytime fares to Hong Kong

Cheap round-trip flights to Hong Kong

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Hong Kong Wed, 28 Jan - Sun, 8 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £357
Manchester Hong Kong Mon, 19 Jan - Sun, 8 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £369
Birmingham Hong Kong Sun, 25 Jan - Tue, 24 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £370
Glasgow Hong Kong Wed, 14 Jan - Wed, 28 Jan airline logo KLM Royal Dutch Airlines £505
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Hong Kong Mon, 16 Feb - Thu, 26 Feb airline logo United Airlines £151
Shanghai Hong Kong Thu, 22 Jan - Tue, 27 Jan Hong Kong Airlines Hong Kong Airlines £137
Bangkok Hong Kong Sat, 10 Jan - Tue, 13 Jan airline logo Kenya Airways £123
Edinburgh Hong Kong Mon, 19 Jan - Tue, 27 Jan Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £370
Newcastle Upon Tyne Hong Kong Sun, 11 Jan - Sun, 1 Feb airline logo China Southern Airlines £434
Tokyo Hong Kong Sun, 11 Jan - Tue, 13 Jan China Eastern Airlines China Eastern Airlines £198
Kathmandu Hong Kong Fri, 6 Feb - Thu, 26 Feb China Eastern Airlines China Eastern Airlines £326
Dublin Hong Kong Mon, 26 Jan - Mon, 9 Feb Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £379
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Best weekend fares to Hong Kong

Best weekend fares to Hong Kong

Departure Arrival Travel dates Airline Round-trip fares
London Hong Kong Fri, 23 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £411
Manchester Hong Kong Thu, 15 Jan - Mon, 19 Jan Turkish Airlines Turkish Airlines £393
Birmingham Hong Kong Thu, 22 Jan - Sun, 25 Jan airline logo China Southern Airlines £433
Glasgow Hong Kong Fri, 2 Jan - Sun, 4 Jan airline logo Emirates £979
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) Hong Kong Sat, 20 Dec - Mon, 22 Dec airline logo United Airlines £151
Shanghai Hong Kong Thu, 22 Jan - Mon, 26 Jan Hong Kong Airlines Hong Kong Airlines £137
Bangkok Hong Kong Thu, 22 Jan - Sat, 24 Jan airline logo Kenya Airways £123
Edinburgh Hong Kong Fri, 2 Jan - Sun, 4 Jan airline logo China Southern Airlines £1,347
Newcastle Upon Tyne Hong Kong Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Tokyo Hong Kong Sat, 17 Jan - Mon, 19 Jan China Eastern Airlines China Eastern Airlines £203
Kathmandu Hong Kong Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
Dublin Hong Kong Fri, 26 Dec - Fri, 2 Jan Multiple Airlines Check rates
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Flying to Hong Kong the Ebookers Way

Hong Kong is the original Asian Tiger, the gateway to China and one of the region's booming financial and cultural hubs. Finding flights to Hong Kong and getting the best deal is as simple as finding dim sum in Kowloon when you use ebookers.

A Bit About Hong Kong

Founded as a British crown colony from which the powers that ruled the British Empire could control their Asian possessions and ensure smooth trade with the motherland, Hong Kong was transferred to Communist Chinese control in 1997. However, Hong Kong is anything but a drab Communist city. It retains its historic British character and cosmopolitan nature, and little has changed since the British ceded control to China. Hong Kong and China are described as ‘one country, two systems’, but when you want to find the best deal for low-cost air tickets to Hong Kong along with a hotel to stay in once you are there, you only need to use one system: ebookers.

When You Arrive

Hong Kong has only one international airport, and it is as modern and orderly as everything else in the city. When you book your hotel with ebookers, you get full information on how to find it, so you can take the fast and inexpensive Airport Express train into the main parts of Hong Kong and find your hotel easily once you get to the right station. You can also take the Airport-Hotelink, a convenient shuttle bus that stops at the main hotels in Hong Kong. Considering how much you will have saved by taking advantage of the sales and special prices that ebookers offers on trips to Hong Kong, you may want to take a taxi right to your hotel. The Hong Kong airport taxis are safe, pleasant and waiting for you outside the arrivals terminal.

Doing Hong Kong

There is so much to do in Hong Kong, and you will always find something that fits your interests, budget and mood. Even a simple tram ride around the city is a great opportunity to take in its natural and architectural beauty, especially when you ride atop a double-decker tram at night. You can sample the various cuisines of Asia that immigrants from all over the continent brought with them to Hong Kong at pleasant street eateries. There are also plenty of world-class gourmet restaurants where you can enjoy spending all the money you saved on your trip thanks to ebookers. One of the best is The Peak Lookout, perched at the top of a hill and boasting a panoramic view of the beautiful Aberdeen section of Hong Kong. It offers tasty treats from all over the world, as well as an extensive wine list. Hong Kong is renowned for its nightlife just as much as it is known for its unspoiled coastal beaches, where you can relax and recharge your batteries before you return to the city for more excitement.

When you use ebookers to choose the best deal among available flights to Hong Kong, you save yourself time, money and worry. You can spend more time planning how to best enjoy the city rather than having to deal with airlines and travel agents.

  • Hong Kong When to Go

    Although Hong Kong is subtropical, it has four distinct seasons. Fall—September through November—is the best time to visit, when temperatures are typically in the 70s, and days are sunny and bright. Look for shoulder season deals in late September. China’s National Day in October brings an influx of tourists from the mainland, as well as a spike in hotel occupancy and rates.

    Winter—December through February—also provides a pleasant environment, with cooler temperatures in the 60s and little chance of heavy rain. It can get quite chilly, though, so pack a sweater and light jacket for those gloomier days. Chinese New Year, which falls in January or February, is a huge celebration in Hong Kong. It’s a marvelous spectacle, but you’ll pay a high price to enjoy it.

    The spring months of March to May are unpredictable, and temperatures begin to rise from the 60s to the 80s with frequent rains. Nevertheless, shoulder-season deals can be had in March, and events are plentiful. The Hong Kong Rugby Sevens in late March attracts fans from around Asia and Europe, making it hard to find reasonably priced accommodation on these dates. Late March/early April features the high-profile Hong Kong International Film Festival. Those after a more local experience will enjoy the Cheung Chau Bun Festival, which takes place in April or May. A procession featuring costumed children on stilts makes its way through the streets, and towers built of buns stand in front of the local temple.

    Summer—June through August—can be miserable, with temperatures in the 80s and humidity to match. Summer showers are frequent but don’t last long. Typhoons can hit Hong Kong at any time during spring or summer, bringing torrential rains.