Hong Kong

There is a reason why Hong Kong is known as ‘Asia’s World City’, a vibrant marriage of Western and Eastern cultures. The city has plenty to offer everyone, whether the focus of their trip is enriching their cultural experiences through local cuisine, museums or temples, being immersed in the nightlife of a city that never sleeps, or taking in the stunning blend of islands, mountains and skyscrapers.

Hong Kong’s less famous, but just as stunning, green tropical side has a lot to offer nature lovers and thrill seekers alike. Visitors can take their pick from hiking trails that offer breath-taking views of the city, or explore the outlying islands and try rock-climbing or wakeboarding.

Hong Kong’s reputation as a shopper’s paradise is well earned with street markets selling traditional trinkets and treats alongside luxurious shopping malls showcasing the latest designer fashions. Take the world’s longest covered escalator for a hassle-free shopping day, and keep an eye out for the quirky street art adorning the walls of the city.

Flights to this destination are available with connections from Cardiff. Click below to plan your trip.

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Cardiff (CWL)
10:15
From 04/10/2018
Until 30/03/2019
Hong Kong (HKG)
11:55
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Cardiff (CWL)
14:15
From 04/10/2018
Until 30/03/2019
Hong Kong (HKG)
14:30
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Hong Kong (HKG)
13:35
From 04/10/2018
Until 30/03/2019
Cardiff (CWL)
21:40
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Hong Kong (HKG)
18:50
From 04/10/2018
Until 30/03/2019
Cardiff (CWL)
05:40
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  1. Start the day right. Take your brunch to another level with Hong Kong’s dim sum – enjoy a cornucopia of steamed buns, juicy dumpling and pan-fried rice for the most important meal of the day.
  2. Sky-high cocktails. For the best view of the Hong Kong’s famous skyline, make sure you visit Ritz Carlton’s Ozone bar. At 1,608ft above sea level, the world’s highest bar offers futuristic décor and breath-taking views.
  3. Bet on the right horse. Inspired by British tradition, the horse races held twice a week involve live music, food and drink, and are the most popular events in the city.
  4. Let yourself be entertained. In Hong Kong you have a choice of not one, but two amusement parks you can visit. Between Disneyland and Ocean Park you can have your fill of wild rollercoasters and unleash your inner child.
  5. Transport yourself. The modes of transportation in Hong Kong are incredibly varied and offer quite the experience in themselves. Whether you’re looking down on the city from the Ngong Ping cable car, crossing the river on the Star ferry or getting around on a double-decker bus, you are guaranteed an awesome journey.

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