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London Heathrow to
Hong Kong
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£329
BUSINESS FROM
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£1,973
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£4,073
Manchester to
Hong Kong
ECONOMY FROM
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£396
BUSINESS FROM
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£1,816
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£3,195
Birmingham to
Hong Kong
ECONOMY FROM
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£419
BUSINESS FROM
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£1,689
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£3,193
Newcastle to
Hong Kong
ECONOMY FROM
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£419
BUSINESS FROM
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£3,378
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£4,586
London Gatwick to
Hong Kong
ECONOMY FROM
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£497
BUSINESS FROM
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£1,665
FIRST CLASS FROM
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£3,094
Glasgow to
Hong Kong
ECONOMY FROM
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£524
BUSINESS FROM
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£3,367
FIRST CLASS FROM
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£3,195

Airlines that fly to Hong Kong

Hong Kong Airport

Flights from the UK to Hong Kong will disembark at Hong Kong International Airport, and will usually take over 11 hours, direct. Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is the main airport of Hong Kong. The two terminal airport has been awarded 'Worlds Best Airport' by Skytrax numerous times, and is famous for its state-of-the-art facilities and high level of service. It is often referred to as Check Lap Kok Airport as it was built on the island of Chek Lap Kok.

One of two administrative regions in China, Hong Kong is a city state known for its glittering city skyline and expansive harbour. Much like its famous assets, Hong Kong is commonly referred to as 'where east meets west,' a futuristic city that still values its age old traditions. At dawn you could easily find party goers heading home from the latest techno club wandering past a peaceful Tai Chi class. It's this unique clash and the city's endless possibilities that make Hong Kong such a popular tourist destination. Whether here to shop and splurge or to learn more about the city's unique culture, or both, a holiday in Hong Kong is guaranteed to leave you wanting more.

Hong Kong: Boat on HarbourHong Kong's Harbour

Hong Kong's unique culture is the result of historic British Rule and Chinese influence. Today the city's range of cultures continues to expand as expats from around the world base themselves in Hong Kong. In the business world, Hong Kong is a valued meeting point between Asia and the rest of the globe and is also an important hub for trade. As a result, Hong Kong accommodation is plentiful, with numerous luxury hotels making their mark on the city skyline. The city state is also one of the most densely populated places in the world. Despite such crowds, Hong Kong is also famed for being incredibly organised, clean and efficient.

More than just spectacular city views though, Hong Kong is a city full of unique experiences. The exotic range of food alone will easily keep your mind occupied. Then there are the markets full of chatter, rows of designer boutiques and pulsating bars and nightclubs. Away from the hustle and bustle of the streets you will find Hong Kong's peaceful side, where locals enjoy a quiet moment to themselves in the city's many tea houses. Experience the diversity of this exotic city on a Hong Kong tour.

Hong Kong: City View from Peak TramCity View from Peak Tram

For more on Hong Kong holidays check out our Hong Kong travel guide or view our range of Hong Kong holiday packages that include flights, accommodation and often other extras like tours or car hire.

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