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Dubai to Hong Kong Flights



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About Hong Kong

Officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong is an administrative region of China. In Chinese, Hong Kong means ‘Fragrant Harbour’. The name is derived from the fact that Hong Kong was historically a place that exported fragrant incense. Belying this modern city is a history that few know. Human settlement has been found in the city as early as the Neolithic era. Several hundred years back, this was a sleepy fishing village. Currently, the city is the financial epicentre of the world. The city hosts hundreds of billionaires and high net-worth individuals. Inadvertently, the average per-capita income is higher too.

Tourist attractions in Hong Kong

  • Disneyland: A surreal place that features amongst the most revered Disneyland’s on the planet, the Hong Kong Disneyland is a huge and expensive theme park.
  • Ocean Park: The main attraction in this theme park is the aquarium. Seen in the aquarium are scores of marine life species. Then there is a section that hosts penguins; an opportunity to see these magnificent creatures in real life.
  • Wong Tai Sin Temple: Built in remembrance of Wong Tai Sin, the Taoist God of healing and good luck, this temple has a unique architecture. Inside the temple complex are several halls, gardens, and courtyards.

Things to do in Hong Kong

  • Go on the Star Ferry which plies through the Victoria Harbour in Kowloon. On a single trip, you will be amongst close to 70,000 travellers on the same ship. That’s almost a huge city of people travelling along.
  • Take a cable car ride on Ngong Ping Cable Car to get a panoramic view of the city. Close to 6 km long, the cable car ride provides an aerial view of the city. Admire the scenic beauty and urban charm of Hong Kong from high above.
  • Dine at the Jumbo Floating Restaurant to experience an out-of-the-world feeling. The floating eatery is where to go to enjoy lip-smacking local and international cuisine.

Airport in Hong Kong

Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest in the world. Built at an expense exceeding 2 billion dollars, the airport is an important hub for cargo movement in Asia.

  • Airport address- 1 Sky Plaza Rd, Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong
  • Airport IATA code- HKG

Dubai to Hong Kong flight information

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Best deals for Dubai to Hong Kong flights

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About Dubai

Even though the most populous city in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai seems spacious and undone. Despite being heavily influenced by Arab culture, and being a melting pot of all things Arabian, Dubai is still an international city. Because the city is home to more than 200 nationalities, the city is a microcosm of the world. A heavily visited city, Dubai sees one of the largest visitor traffic. Therefore, a huge billion-dollar tourist industry exists in the city. A stature of a hot-spot tourist destination brings along several responsibilities of the city, and it abides by them effortlessly. It is essayed in the way the city is planned, operated, and maintained.

Tourist attractions in Dubai

  • Dubai Street Museum: An outdoor gallery showcasing works of art of renowned arts-men and arts-women, this museum is a one-of-a-kind tourist destination. Featured here are delightful paintings of talented artists that provoke everyone’s imagination to leave them amazed.
  • X Park Jr: Well-manicured gardens, climbing nets, slides, swings, and various types of mini-adventures. All of this can be found here at this kid’s play area. It is a popular tourist destination for families.
  • Museum of the Future: A unique destination featuring an elevated metro system supporting driverless transportation, is hard to miss when in Dubai. Shaped in the form of a torus, this structure looks and breathes the future in its truest form.

Things to do in Dubai

  • Dubai Coffee Museum: Caffeine lovers can visit the Dubai Coffee Museum to learn about the traditional coffee brewing culture that prevailed in this region. Featured here are artefacts that depict the strong coffee culture of Dubai.
  • Al Qudra Lake: Visiting the lake for a leisurely one-day trip provides an opportunity to vacation in a unique ecosystem. Exotic flora and fauna thrive in the vicinity of the lake; more than 200 bird species can be found here.
  • Al Sufouh Beach: In close range to the Burj Al Arab, the Al Sufouh Beach is also called the Secret Beach. Owing to its secluded nature and quiet ambience, it is common to see visitors drop in here for a quiet time beside the waters.

Airport in Dubai

The Dubai International Airport is one of the busiest in the world. The airport began operations in the late 1950s. From then, until now, the airport is under constant expansion owing to increased prominence of Dubai and a spurt in economic activity.

  • Airport address- Dubai - United Arab Emirates
  • Airport IATA code- DXB

FAQs about Dubai to Hong Kong flights

How far is Burj Khalifa from the Dubai airport?

Burj Khalifa is located at a distance of 14.6 km from the Dubai airport and can be reached in about 15 to 20 min by road.

Where can I shop for essential commodities in Hong Kong?

Departmental stores can be found in the Causeway Bay, Central, Admiralty, and North Point regions.

Can I purchase flight insurance?

Yes. You can purchase travel insurance with IndiGo. Visit IndiGo’s website for more information.

What is 6E Tiffin?

You can pre-book meals to be served to you in-flight on IndiGo.

How to change currency into local currency in Hong Kong?

There are currency exchange kiosks and counters at the Hong Kong international airport for this purpose.

Can I book two seats for myself on my flight to Hong Kong?

Yes. Use IndiGo’s 6E Double Seat service to book two seats for your flight to Hong Kong.

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