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Flying from Beijing to Hong Kong

Hong Kong and Beijing are both bustling metropolises, but the two cities offer very different experiences for travellers. Hong Kong boasts dozens of popular events and festivals, including a world-famous flower shop. Use ebookers to look for cheap flights from Beijing to Hong Kong and book everything you need in minutes.

Beijing, China

The Beijing Capital International Airport works with a variety of airlines. You might fly non-stop to Hong Kong through Hong Kong Express Airways, Hong Kong Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Air China, DragonAir, or Cathay Pacific. The airport has several parking lots available for those who prefer driving themselves, and the rate is RMB 80 per day for regular cars and trucks. Not everyone enjoys driving, which is why airport buses, taxis, and an Airport Express train are available. There are also three railway stations where passengers can board trains heading to the airport. These trains make frequent stops, while the Airport Express offers non-stop service to the airport.

The airport has three terminals, and each terminal offers different restaurants. Terminal 1 boasts a Celestial Cuisine, Starbucks, and Coolava Coffee, while Terminal 2 is home to Starbucks and LEI Café. You will find such restaurants as Citi Coffee, Reading Coffee, and Jazz Island Coffee in Terminal 3.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is part of the People's Republic of China, but the city is autonomous. Travellers come to the city for cultural attractions like the Hong Kong Museum of History and stick around for landmarks like the famous city skyline. With so many different things to see and do, you might plan a longer trip to the city.

Explore Hong Kong

Spring is the best time to visit Hong Kong because temperatures reach more than 20°C and the humidity is lower. Summer months are extremely humid, with temperatures hitting 30°C or higher. When you plan your trip, make sure you avoid September and July, when cyclones can hit the city.

After deciding when to visit, you should think about how you want to get from the Hong Kong International Airport to your hotel. The Airport Express leaves every 10 to 12 minutes, taking travellers to different stations and train lines. City buses also depart from the airport, and rates start at HK$15. Some travellers prefer taxis whose rates start at HK$190 per ride.

Taking a taxi or public transportation lets you enjoy Hong Kong without worrying about driving through the cramped city streets. This gives you more time to enjoy the cultural events and festivals like Chinese New Year, the Hong Kong Autumn Festival, and Hong Kong WinterFest. You can also enjoy sites like the Chi Lin Nunnery, Victoria Harbour, Star Ferry Pier, or take a tour on one of the double decker buses. Some travellers enjoy spending a day on Lantau Island, which boasts historical landmarks and sites.

Get to Know Hong Kong

Today is the right time to plan and book your journey to Hong Kong. Ebookers makes the process much easier for travellers because you can search and find available flights from Beijing to Hong Kong in just seconds. After booking your flight, look for other deals and discounts, including those for hotel rooms.

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