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There are countless things to see and do in Hong Kong, from admiring iconic skylines, towering mountains and sandy beaches to cruising around Victoria Harbour and feasting on dim sum and sipping on milk tea, it’s one destination that you simply shouldn’t skip.
Culture seekers, take a stroll along the Avenue of Stars, Hong Kong’s answer to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and honour prominent Hong Kong actors such as Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan.
Soul searchers, visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, which consists of temples, pavilions and pagoda. Here, you’ll also be treated to panoramic views of the mountains.
City slickers, take in the beauty of the Symphony of Lights, a combination of music and laser lights around Victoria Harbour.
Foodies, explore Michelin star restaurants or head to the night markets, taking in the smells, sounds and tastes. Enjoy authentic Cantonese dishes that will make your heart sing; roasted pork buns, stir-fried beef, egg noodles, sweet tofu soup, rice dishes and more.
In case you need to dance it off, head to Hong Kong’s SoHo district, a neighbourhood famous for upscale nightclubs, karaoke bars, British-style pubs and just about everything in-between.
All in all, the sights, the food and nature, make Hong Kong a must-visit destination.
So why fly business class to Hong Kong? Flying business class lets you enjoy priority check-in service, priority boarding and a glass of champagne while the economy folks continue to wait in the back.
As a business class passenger, you’ll also enjoy wider seats, a larger entertainment screen, noise-cancelling headphones, and if you need to work, charging ports to keep you powered up.
Flying business class allows you to arrive well-rested, relaxed and ready to participate fully in the events at your destination.
There are flights to Hong Kong available from airports across the country, such as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Adelaide with the average direct flight taking around eight hours.
So if you want to travel to Hong Kong in comfort, be sure to check out our range of business class flights to Hong Kong here at Globehunters, and feel free to contact our dedicated team of travel agents where all that matters is you and your comfort.