Multi-City Flights to China
Every holiday starts with a flight and there are plenty of options for you to consider when you travel to China. The most popular choice is to complement a Chinese holiday with some time in Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, or Kuala Lumpur.
Which airlines fly to China via Hong Kong: Cathay Pacific
One of Asia’s most prominent cities, Hong Kong is a complex mix of east meets west, where modern life and ancient tradition walk hand-in-hand. Streets are electric with activity, exhilarating markets offer bargains, towering skyscrapers light up the dramatic night skyline and a wealth of attractions beckon you to explore. Proudly independent, with an inspired Chinese heritage, Hong Kong is so densely packed with things to see and do that you’ll want to come back to visit again and again. Our Travel Consultants can help you make the most of your time – no matter how brief the stopover.
Which airlines fly to China via Singapore: Singapore Airlines
Small but perfectly formed, Singapore is the ultimate melting pot, blending cuisines, architecture and art in astonishing style. Once you arrive in the “Little Red Dot”, it’s a breeze to get around, thanks to the city-state’s diminutive size at just 277 square miles and its efficient transport system. Save time – and money – by picking up a Singapore Tourist Pass and rack up unlimited rides on the bus and MRT/LRT trains.
Which airlines fly to China via Bangkok: Thai Airways
From colonial architecture to rooftop bars and foodie delights, this Southeast Asia stopover destination – with its head-whirling mix of old and new – has it all. You can choose to see the sights – and there are plenty of treasures to discover in a day or two, or feast in one of the world’s best food cities. You may also decide to experience creative homemade infusions, admire the jaw-dropping views of the city lights of Vertigo and Moon Bar in the Banyan Tree hotel or pay a visit to the revolving observation deck of the Baiyoke Tower II. For first timers, a visit to the mother of all outdoor markets, Chatuchak, is a must. You can also head to Thai design maverick Senada Theory or do some silk shopping at Jim Thompson.
Which airlines fly to China via Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia Airlines
Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is one of Asia's favorite cities. Kuala Lumpur is a blend of a broad range of cultures, making it an extremely vibrant and exotic city that is incredibly modern and luxurious. It is known for its Petronas Twin Towers (the world's tallest twin towers), the Petaling Street flea market, and Batu Caves. The city's innovative restaurants and extravagant nightlife are world-renowned; however, some of the simplest food stalls are where you might find the best meals. The fun part is discovering which one.