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Hong Kong has a reputation as a cosmopolitan concrete jungle, but just because it has the largest number of skyscrapers in the world, doesn’t mean there isn’t a lush green landscape to enjoy and plenty of culture to soak in. Hong Kong and its surrounding areas are home to national parks, beaches, gardens, historic temples and much more. Of course, it’s still a paradise for shoppers and food-lovers. Not only can you find retail shops from tons of international brands, you can find bargains at markets and haggle for deals on things like clothes, jewellery, electronics, and antiques. Much like the shopping options, there are great places to eat for any budget and Hong Kong is known for its food. Share dim sum at top-rated restaurants that won’t break the bank.
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The best time to visit Hong Kong
Before you book return flights to Hong Kong, consider the time of year you want to visit. Summers can be very hot and humid while winter is mild and dry. Tourism in Hong Kong tends to pick up after New Year’s with many festivals from January until May. Travellers flock to the city to celebrate the Lunar New Year, which falls around the end of January or beginning of February. These celebrations see fireworks over Victoria Harbour. There’s also the Dragon Boat Festival around May or June and Hong Kong’s National Day on October 1. To enjoy mild weather, fewer crowds, and cheap airfares to Hong Kong, consider visiting from mid-October to early November.
Departing From Adelaide
Travellers seeking flights to Hong Kong from Adelaide will go from the Adelaide Airport (ADL) to the Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) via airlines such as Hong Kong Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, Virgin Australia, and China Airlines. Nonstop flight time is a little more than nine hours.
Getting to Adelaide Airport
Adelaide Airport is nearly 6 kilometres from central Adelaide. Depending on traffic, it can take 10 to 20 minutes by car or taxi. Adelaide Metro Bus offers an express bus, JetExpress, starting at Grenfell Street and Pulteney Street and making stops along the way via Sir Donald Brandman Drive. There’s also the JetBus, which service Glenelg, West Beach and beyond. A single trip ticket is $5.50 AUD before 9am, after 3pm and on Saturdays. The cost is $3.60 between 9am and 3pm, and on Sundays and holidays.
Parking at Adelaide Airport
Adelaide Airport offers two on-site parking options for international travellers.
Where to Park at Adelaide Airport
Driving to Adelaide Airport? There are plenty of parking options, whether you're looking for a long-term space to stash your car or something for just a week while you make the most of cheap airfares to Hong Kong.
- Terminal car park: Located closest to the terminal, this covered lot is a 4-minute walk under a sheltered path. The cost is $40 AUD per day.
Long Term car park: This outdoor lot is a 10-minute walk or 7-minute bus ride away from the terminal but it’s a better value for longer stays. The cost is $31 AUD per day or $104 AUD for seven days
Arriving in Hong Kong
Flights to Hong Kong from Adelaide arrive at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), the only international airport in the territory.
How to Get from Adelaide to Your Hong Kong Hotel or Accommodation
There are several options to get from HKG to central Hong Kong. The fastest option is the Airport Express train. Trains depart every 10 minutes and the trip takes 24 minutes. It’s HK$115 ($20.39 AUD) for a one-way ticket or HK$110 ($19.50 AUD) if you put in on the Octopus card, a smart card that’s also accepted at thousands of restaurants and stores. You can also travel to Central by bus. The trip takes a little more than an hour but costs just HK$39 ($6.91 AUD). Taxis are available with fares starting around HK$200 ($35.46 AUD). The taxi station is located near the left-hand ramp outside the arrival hall. Taxis are colour-coded depending on the area they service.
Things to do in Hong Kong
Hong Kong is known for having some epic views. The skyscrapers surrounding Victoria Harbour create an impressive cityscape easily seen with a ride on the Star Ferry. Go after dark for a nightly light show across the skyline set to music. Catch another awe-inspiring view with a seven-minute tram ride up to Victoria Peak, Hong Kong’s highest point at more than 550 metres above sea level. Hong Kong also boasts the Big Buddha, a 202-ton statue of Gautama Buddha, requiring 268 steps to reach its base, or 10,000 Buddhas Monastery, where 500 life-size golden Buddhas line the 400 steps to the temple. For more city-centric attractions, check out the Temple Street Night Market, Happy Valley Racecourse, or the Hong Kong Museum of History.