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Compare Cheap Christchurch to Hong Kong Flights
Book your return flights from Christchurch to Hong Kong and discover a world-class metropolis. Hong Kong is a vibrant city that boasts a multi-faced culture juxtaposed against towering skyscrapers and lush landscapes. Explore the many museums, relax on the pristine beaches and eat your heart out at the city's culinary hotspots. With connecting flights via Auckland and a flight time of 14 hours 30 minutes, Hong Kong an exciting destination for culture-vultures, foodies and history-buffs alike.
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The best time to visit Hong Kong
The best time to visit Hong Kong is from October to December: temperatures are comfortable, room rates are reasonable, and there's plenty to see and do. But after New Years, tourism picks up, and it is harder to find last-minute cheap flights from Christchurch to Hong Kong. Another sweet spot for deals is springtime in Hong Kong. You'll avoid summer's humidity, and room rates are affordable. However, make sure you travel around the national holidays to avoid high prices and crowds at the top attractions. Despite the typhoon-prone weather and humidity, Hong Kong's summer months are busy. Hotel rates are high, and the city is full of other travellers.
Departing From Christchurch
Christchurch is the oldest international airport in New Zealand. It operates 18 domestic and 11 international direct flights, making it the second busiest airport in the country. There are non-stop flights from Christchurch (CHC) to Hong Kong (HKG), but Air New Zealand and Cathay Pacific both offer connecting routes via Auckland.
Getting to Christchurch International Airport
Located only 12 kilometres from the city centre, there are plenty of ways to get to and from Christchurch International Airport. If you want to reach the airport as soon as possible, take a metered taxi. A one-way trip will cost at most $65 NZD and take an average of 20 minutes. For travellers on a budget, use the local metro bus. Route 29 stops at the airport and fares only costs $8 NZD per person. Another affordable way to get to the airport is with a shuttle bus. The price for two is $30 NZD, and the cost decreases the more people that are in your group.
Parking at Christchurch Airport
Whether you're planning a whirlwind weekend trip, or are planning to stay in Hong Kong for a week or longer, Christchurch International Airport has a parking option to suit your needs.
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Arriving in Hong Kong
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) is the main airport for Hong Kong. It's a gateway to destinations in Asia and operates flights to more than 180 cities around the world.
How to Get from Hong Kong International Airport to Your Hong Kong Hotel or Accommodation
The quickest way to get from Hong Kong International Airport to your hotel is with the Airport Express Train. It takes 24 minutes to reach Kowloon, and the trains run every 12 minutes from 5:50am to 12:48am every day. Prices depend on your final destination, but a trip to Kowloon starts at $105 HKD ($20 NZD). If you're on a tight budget, take the bus from the airport into the city. The buses run every 10 to 30 minutes, and there is a night bus for late arrivals. Total journey time to Central takes around 45 minutes depending on traffic and prices start at $21 HKD ($4 NZD). If you want to take a taxi from the airport, you need to find out which colour to take; each coloured taxi represents a different destination within Hong Kong. Red taxis serve the urban areas of Hong Kong; green ones take passengers to the New Territories; and the blue taxis only go to Lantau Island. A one-way trip to Central will set you back $370 HKD ($72 NZD).
Things to do in Hong Kong
Dine on Michelin-starred cuisine
Hong Kong is known for its award-winning food scene. Choose from one of the 58 Michelin-starred restaurants whose prices are often cheaper than cities like Paris or New York. Hong Kong is also home to the world’s cheapest Michelin-starred diner: Tim Ho Wan. This tiny eatery is a cult classic, beloved for its shrimp dumplings and sweet pork buns. There are four outposts of Tim Ho Wan across Hong Kong and none accept reservations, so be prepared to queue up.
Hike up Dragon's Back
Get a break from the city's skyscrapers and strap on your sturdiest shoes for the hike up Dragon’s Back, a ridge in the southeast of the island. The highlight is reaching Shek O Peak where you can enjoy views of the beaches and the South China Sea.
Visit the Man Mo Temple
Explore Hong Kong's historic religious sites with a trip to Man Mo Temple. It's the oldest in the city and is dedicated to the Taoist deities of literature.