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|Cheapest return price for the current month||from $5,860|
|Cheapest return price over next 6 months||from $644|
|Cheapest month||February 2021|
|Popular month||September 2020|
|Average flight time||7h 55m|
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Compare Cheap Perth to Hong Kong Flights
Hong Kong certainly impresses with its commercial clout but this city also stuns with its incredibly photogenic skyline, markets . Land at Hong Kong International Airport ( HKG) and be dazzled by a fortune of skyscrapers. The International Commerce Centre is Hong Kong's tallest building with 118 floors and the observation deck offers amazing 360-degree views of Victoria Harbour. A trip to Hong Kong goes beyond the marvels of this futuristic metropolis and also reveals a rich heritage of ornate temples, colonial-era buildings and beautiful outdoor spaces. Hong Kong’s fusion of west and east and its world-class cuisine is a major draw for travellers who want to indulge their palates on a holiday. This cultural melting pot serves up some of the most sophisticated food in Asia, satisfying Michelin star enthusiasts and dim sum fans alike. Hong Kong also happens to be a premium shopping destination, with everything from luxury goods to local souvenirs available.
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The best time to visit Hong Kong
Hong Kong is an year-round destination. Spring (March to April) and autumn (October to November) are very popular for visitors from mainland China, often resulting in higher hotel prices. February is the month to celebrate Chinese New Year and the festivities attract flocks of locals and visitors to Hong Kong. Summer (May to September) is extremely hot and humid with the risk of typhoons. Locals in search of milder weather often head to the beaches on the surrounding islands. If you can take the heat and are keen on a shopping extravaganza, the Summer Fun Festival takes place between June and August, coinciding with the annual sales. Use Webjet’s Deal Finder to search for cheap Hong Kong airfares and enjoy loads of special retail events, extended shopping hours and hot prices. The winter months of December and January are an enjoyable time to visit. Pack your jacket and embrace the cooler temperatures. This is a great opportunity to explore Hong Kong without the crowds. Many hotels offer lower rates and package deals - perfect for those looking to stretch their travel budget. Christmas and New Year are celebrated in the city with the Hong Kong Pulse Light Festival.
Departing From Perth
Perth Airport (PER) is the busiest and largest airport in Western Australia. There are four terminals and most international flights operate out of Perth Airport International Terminal 1. Cathay Pacific offers direct flights from Perth to Hong Kong. This flight takes about 8 hours. Other airlines that offer cheap airfares to Hong Kong include Virgin Australia, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways and Air Asia.
Getting to Perth Airport
Travellers departing from Perth Airport and who are looking to save some extra money on top of their cheap flight to Hong Kong can ride the Transperth bus to the airport. There are regular bus services between Perth Airport, Perth City and other local centres. Transperth 40, 380 and 935 bus lines will get you from the CBD to the airport within 20 minutes. A taxi ride from the Perth CBD will get you to your departure terminal in approximately 20 minutes and a one-way fare will cost in the region of $43 AUD. Rideshare options are available to reach Perth Airport.
Parking at Perth Airport
Perth Airport has parking options to accommodate every budget , timeframe and terminal. Choose from Long Term and Short Term and save money by booking online and in advance.
Where to Park at Perth Airport
Leaving your car at the airport? Perth International Airport has good parking facilities for both domestic and international travellers.
- Short Term: If you are rushing for your flight to Hong Kong, the airport’s international terminal short term is located right in front of the terminal. Drive-up charges begin from $49 AUD per day, or $315 AUD for a 6-7 day stay. It is then $35 AUD per day for every additional day.
- Long Term: This is option is suitable for globe-trotters on extended trips. This area is located further away from the terminals but is serviced by a free shuttle bus that runs every 10 minutes, 24/7. Long Term parking rates start at $27 AUD per day, and $143 AUD for 8 to 9 days. It is then $11 AUD per day for every additional 24 hours.
Arriving in Hong Kong
Located on the island of Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is one of the most important aviation hubs in Asia. HKG is home to Cathay Pacific and Cathay Dragon and is also a host city for OneWorld Alliance carriers, including Qantas and Qatar Airlines.
How to Get from Hong Kong International Airport to Your Hong Kong Hotel or Accommodation
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is approximately 40 kilometres from the city centre of Hong Kong. The airport is well-serviced by a variety of public transport services. The Airport Express train service will get you into Central Station in 24 minutes and trains depart every ten minutes. This is a 24-hour service. A one-way ticket to Central Station will cost HK$115 ($21 AUD). Public buses also link the airport with the city. The buses are inexpensive with a single fare coming in under HK$50 ($9 AUD) depending on your destination. The trip can take up to 1 hour 30 minutes’ depending on your final destination. Taxis offer a door-to-door service to and from Hong Kong International Airport. Arriving passengers can look for for the taxi station outside the arrivals hall. Hong Kong taxis are colour-coded according to their operating areas. Prepare to spend approximately HK$400 ($70 AUD) for a 30-minute ride into Hong Kong.
Things to do in Hong Kong
If a single image could sum up Hong Kong, there’s a good chance that the panorama from atop Victoria Peak would be it. Hong Kong’s highest point is the perfect location for taking a holiday snap. From the Peak’s summit, you can see the coastlines on both sides of the harbour and as far out as the outlying islands. Take the Peak Tram up to the top of this famous vantage point. Victoria Harbour is the backdrop for the Symphony of Lights. Catch this illuminated extravaganza from the 118th floor of the Ritz-Carlton while sipping from the signature cocktail, Rooftop - made from a base of vodka and kumquat, a symbol of abundance and good fortune in Chinese culture. Take the ferry to Lantau Island, the largest outlying island, and visit the remote Po Lin monastery. This Buddhist temple is a popular tourist attraction but still maintains its essence and traditions. Jump on the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car to get to the giant bronze Buddha and take in views of mountains, forest and coastline. Hong Kong’s reputation for shopping will appeal to many. You can find an incredible variety of goods and will need steely willpower to avoid being swept up in a buying frenzy. Set out for the crowded, colourful streets of Mong Kok to the Ladies’ Market, a sprawling street bazaar. This is a great stretch where you can practice your haggling skills at more than 100 stalls selling clothing, accessories and jewellery. West of the main business district, Sheung Wan is a lively area known for its down-to-earth vibe. Shopping is centered around Western Market with colonial-era buildings, casual eateries and the 19th-century Man Mo Temple. Hunt for the perfect vintage souvenir in Cat Street, which is known for its antique stalls.