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Average Flying Time12 hours 29 minutes
Airline FlyingBritish Airways, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Atlantic, Qatar Airways, Etihad
Average Flying Kms9646kms
Best Time to TravelJanuary to February,November to December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +8 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 12.0145 HKD
Modes of TransportOctopus Card, Mass Transit Railway, Tram, Bus, Ferry, Taxi, Car, Foot, Escalator, Bicycle
Why Fly to Hong Kong
Top 10 Places to Visit
The first theme park in Hong Kong, it is overflowing with tourists all year around. The spine chilling rides are simply mind-blowing and the adrenaline pumping activities are memorable.
Commonly known as ‘The Peak’ , it is among the highest mountains in the city. Offering breathtaking views, it is one of the major tourist attractions. The Peak Tower, The Peak Tram and the Peak Galleria are the ideal attractions at Victoria Peak.
The park is situated on the area where the Walled City once stood. Some of the interesting features of the park includes Chess Garden, Garden of Zodiac, Six Arts Terrace, Lung Tsun, Yuk Tong and Lung Nam Pavilions.
Also known as Lantao Island, it is among the top island vacationing hot spots in the city. The marine park, which is home to the pink dolphins and the plethora of historical discoveries, are still in vicinity for the discerning travellers.
One of the renowned subsidiaries of the world’s famous wax museums, the museum enjoys large numbers of visitors all year around. Opened to the public in 2006, there are over 100 wax figures to view.
Established as the City Hall Museum & Art Gallery, the museum is notable for changing its displays frequently. Paintings, calligraphy and sculpture exhibits are some of the best exhibits in the museum.
A one of a kind museum, it attracts space lovers and other enthusiasts. There are thematic exhibition halls, which are interactive, entertaining and educational.
One of the largest islands in the city, the name has been derived with its shape, which looks like a fork of a tree. The geography and the atmosphere invites adventure lovers and outdoor seekers for plethora of fun and adventure.
A famous Buddhist monastery, it was founded in 1906 by 3 monks. Housing three bronze statues of the Buddha, the monastery is also home many Buddhist scriptures.
One of the top tourist attractions, among both Buddhists and non-Buddhists, it is located in the village of Pai Tau. A breathtaking sight, it is a must-visit and must-see place in Hong Kong.