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Hong Kong is a small territory of China located in the south of the country. While Hong Kong is officially part of China, it has a completely unique culture and history to it. In the 1800s, Hong Kong was a major trading port and was colonised by the British Empire. Throughout the 19th and 20th centuries, Hong Kong faced strong cultural influences from both China and Britain and remained a British colony until 1997. Today, Hong Kong is one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world. The city is always evolving, and new skyscrapers are being added to the city’s impressive skyline all the time. Even with all of the changes Hong Kong has seen over the centuries, the city continues to embrace its history. Hong Kong has two official languages—Cantonese (a southern dialect of Chinese) and English, making the city a great place for Australian travellers who are interested in learning about Chinese culture without a language barrier. Hong Kong is a perfect blend of east and west, making it a unique and exciting city to visit.
More than 500 cheap flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong depart each week, so you’ll have no trouble getting to Hong Kong Airport. Direct return flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong are available, getting you from BNE to HKG in just 8 hours 30 minutes. Many different airlines offer cheap airfares from Brisbane to Hong Kong, including Cathay Pacific, Qantas, Virgin Australia, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, and Air China.
It’s time to start planning your next holiday with return flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong. Webjet compares cheap airfares from Brisbane to Hong Kong across the web to help you find the best deals. Book your cheap flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong with Webjet, then check out our Hong Kong guide to start planning for your BNE to HKG adventure!
Things to do in Hong Kong
Rising 552 metres above the city, Victoria Peak is the highest natural point in Hong Kong. From the top, you can see amazing views of the city’s skyline. In order to get to the top, you can board the Peak Tram funicular in the city centre. This tram will take you to the top of Victoria Peak in just 8 minutes. Try to get a seat on the right side of the tram for the ascent up to Victoria Peak for some amazing views along the way.
Man Mo Temple
This temple is one of the oldest in Hong Kong and is dedicated to the Chinese gods of literature (Man Tai) and war (Mo Tai). The temple was built in 1847 and is located in the city centre surrounded by skyscrapers. The temple was built in a beautiful, traditional manner and is a great example of the fusion of traditional and modern in Hong Kong.
Po Lin Monastery
This monastery is where you can see Hong Kong’s bronze Big Buddha statue. The monastery is made up of some nice gardens and traditional Chinese architecture, making it the perfect place for a quiet walk. Buddhism is a popular religion in Hong Kong, and the monastery is a great place to learn about Buddhism and the monks who have dedicated their lives to it.
Hong Kong Museum of History
This is a great spot to go early on in your holiday to learn more about the history and culture of Hong Kong. The Hong Kong Museum of History covers several thousand years of history in the area. You’ll learn about the natural history of Hong Kong, its Chinese influence through the years, its time as a British colony, and present-day Hong Kong.
Take a Day Trip to Macau
Macau is another territory of China and is located to the west of Hong Kong. You can travel between the two cities in an hour by ferry. While Hong Kong was influenced by British culture, Macau was strongly influenced by Portuguese culture. Macau was a Portuguese territory until 1999, and you can still see a lot of that Portuguese influence today. The city is full of colourful buildings built in a Portuguese style, and it has a rich and interesting history.
Chi Lin Nunnery
This is another Buddhist temple complex full of gardens, ponds, and bonsai trees. The gardens are very relaxing and are a nice escape from the fast-paced city centre. The Chi Lin Nunnery also has temples and shrines built in the traditional style.
Temple Street Night Market
This huge night market covers several blocks between Man Ming Lane and Nanking Street. The market is full of vendors selling street food, clothing, souvenirs, and traditional Hong Kong teaware. The market is a great place to try some traditional Hong Kong cuisine, including dumplings and dim sum, roasted meats, brisket, wonton noodles, and egg tarts. Head just outside the market, and you’ll find some old fashioned streets that aren’t well known with tourists. In this area, you can find herbalists, fortune tellers, and Cantonese singing houses.
When should you book cheap flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong?
Each season experiences very different weather in Hong Kong. Summers are hot and humid and experience more rain than any other season. May to September are the wettest months in Hong Kong. Winters cool down a bit, but still have pleasant temperatures of about 19-20 degrees during the day. The temperature is nice in winter, but there is also quite a bit of fog that descends on the city.
Spring and autumn are widely considered the best times to book cheap airfares from Brisbane to Hong Kong. They experience almost perfect weather with temperatures that are warm, but not too hot. Spring and autumn experience lots of sun, little rain, and no fog.
February can be an exciting time to book cheap flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong. This is when the Chinese New Year is celebrated. Hong Kong is a territory of China, so Chinese New Year is a big celebration for the people of Hong Kong. The city gets busy during this time, but it’s full of festivals, and it’s a great way to experience the culture of Hong Kong.
Departing from Brisbane
Located northeast of the city, Brisbane Airport is one of the largest Australian hubs for international flights. Each day, there are more than 75 cheap flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong. Qantas, Virgin Australia, and Air China are just a few of the many airlines with return flights from Brisbane to Hong Kong. Several direct flights are available from BNE to HKG, getting you into Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) in 8 hours 30 minutes.
Getting to Brisbane Airport (BNE)
Brisbane has an Airtrain that can take you from the CBD to the airport in just 20 minutes. The train runs every 15 minutes during peak time and every 30 minutes outside of peak time. It operates 5AM-10PM on weekdays and 6AM-10PM on the weekends. The Airtrain also has connections from the Gold Coast and Brisbane suburbs, so you can easily get to the airport no matter where you are travelling from in the Brisbane region. The Airtrain varies in price based on which station you travel from, and tickets can be purchased for a discount on the Airtrain website. Tickets from Brisbane Central Station cost $18 for adults.
You can also catch a taxi or an Uber to Brisbane Airport. The journey from Brisbane’s CBD to the airport takes about 20 minutes, and the ride costs between $45-$55.
Parking at Brisbane Airport
If you plan on driving to the airport, Brisbane Airport offers several affordable parking options. For the best rates, pre-book your parking spot through the Brisbane Airport website.
AIRPARK Everyday is under 24/7 surveillance and is ideal for long-term parking. If your trip from BNE to HKG will be more than 10 days, you can use this car park for only $5 a day when you pre-book. If your trip to Hong Kong will be a quick one, the car park is still a good option at $10 a day. A complimentary bus is available to take you from the car park to the airport terminals.
For the same cost as AIRPARK Everyday, you can also book a covered spot in AIRPARK Undercover—ideal for sheltering your car from the Brisbane sun. AIRPARK Undercover is only available to book online and also offers a complimentary shuttle bus to the airport terminals. This car park fills up quickly, so be sure to book your spot in advance.
Arriving in Hong Kong
Hong Kong has one airport that is located about 30 km west of the city centre. Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is a great airport to fly into and has plenty of amenities available to travellers. Hong Kong Airport is modern and technologically advanced and has been voted the “world’s best airport” several times.
Getting to the city centre from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
For a quick and affordable journey from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) to the centre, you can catch the Airport Express. This train takes you from Hong Kong Airport to Hong Kong Station in the city. Trains depart from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) every 10 minutes and arrive into the city in just 24 minutes. Tickets for the Airport Express cost $115 HKD (about $20 AUD).
Taxis are available from the Taxi Station outside of Arrivals. You’ll see red, blue, and green taxis. Each go to different areas of Hong Kong. The red taxis will take you from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) into the city centre. Taxis in Hong Kong calculate fare by metres, and a ride from Hong Kong Airport into the city costs about $315-$380 HKD. A taxi will get you to your hotel in the centre in about 25 minutes, so you can get out there and start exploring shortly after your BNE to HKG flight arrives!