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Central is the business and financial hub of Hong Kong. Based on the northern end of Hong Kong Island, the neighbourhood is made up of shiny skyscrapers and modern architecture. Central is popular among visitors with flights to Hong Kong for its art galleries, restaurants, and exciting bar scene.
Mong Kok is the busiest and most densely populated neighbourhood in the world. To keep up with the large population, the neighbourhood offers much for visitors with flights to Hong Kong to experience. Throughout Mong Kok, you can visit unique markets, including the Ladies’ Market for clothing and the Goldfish Market for, well, goldfish! Mong Kok is also home to trendy restaurants and cafes.
Tsim Sha Tsui
Tsim Sha Tsui is located at the very southern tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, right across Victoria Harbour from Central. The neighbourhood has some great shopping and a wide variety of restaurants. After your flights to Hong Kong, take a walk along the waterfront promenade, which is called the Avenue of the Stars, for some great skyline views.
Short for South of Hollywood Street, SoHo is one of the most artistic neighbourhoods in Hong Kong. Visitors with return flights to Hong Kong can visit SoHo for everything from art galleries to comedy clubs to stylish bars and restaurants.
Cafes and Restaurants
Tim Ho Wan
Visitors with cheap flights to Hong Kong will have plenty of Michelin star restaurants to visit. While many of them are expensive, Tim Ho Wan offers an affordably-priced menu. While the restaurant has opened some locations around the world, Hong Kong is where it all began. After your flights to Hong Kong, visit Tim Ho Wan for some incredible dim sum, including pork buns and noodle dishes.
If you’re looking for a special night out when you book return flights to Hong Kong, head to Man Wah within the Mandarin Oriental. The menu consists of traditional Cantonese dishes, and the restaurant’s atmosphere is incredible. The walls are covered in traditional artwork, and there is a sweeping view over Victoria Harbour and the city.
Artisan Garden Cafe
For a taste of home after you book return flights to Hong Kong, visit the Australian-inspired Artisan Garden Cafe. The cafe serves great coffee and an extensive menu including waffles, French toast, eggs benedict, and burgers. Artisan Garden Cafe is stylish designed and has an outdoor patio to enjoy when you have cheap flights to Hong Kong.
Ding Dim is a favourite among locals for its authentic and affordable dim sum. Over the past few years, the restaurant has won a handful of awards and it has become popular among tourists who book tickets to Hong Kong. Most of the dishes cost about $30 HKD ($5.40 AUD), making it affordable to try several local dishes at once.
Winstons is a European-style cafe that is known for both its menu and its welcoming atmosphere for visitors with flights to Hong Kong. During the day, visit Winstons for a coffee and a snack. Then return at night to try one of their famous espresso martinis.
Public Transport and How to Get Around When Travelling on Flights to Hong Kong
With trains, buses, trams, and ferries, you’ll have no trouble getting around when you book cheap flights to Hong Kong. The city’s train system is referred to as the MTR and is made up of 10 lines. The city’s tramways cover the northern side of Hong Kong Island and make up one of the oldest modes of transportation in Hong Kong. Ferries are available to visitors with an airfare to Hong Kong, travelling between the Kowloon Peninsula and the Central neighbourhood on Hong Kong Island. Make sure to experience this ferry ride at least once after your cheap flights to Hong Kong to experience the stunning scenery.
Single-ride tickets are available for each form of public transport. However, for discounted fares after your flights to Hong Kong, you could use an Octopus transport card to save money on each journey you take on public transport. Octopus cards can be purchased for $50 HKD ($9 AUD), which will be refunded if you return the card at the end of your trip.
Once you arrive into Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), you can reach the city centre in less than 25 minutes on the Airport Express. The train from the airport makes five stops, terminating at Hong Kong Station.