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Cheap Flights from Los Angeles International to Hong Kong International

Flight information Los Angeles International to Hong Kong International

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$385

Non-stop airlines

3

Flights per week

36

Average flight time, total distance 7255 miles

14h 15min

Most popular airline last month

Cathay Pacific

Hong Kong International

1 airport

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Fly from Los Angeles International Airport to Hong Kong International Airport

Living on the West Coast means that it is easier and less expensive to plan a getaway or take a business trip to Asia. Los Angeles area residents who would like an Asian vacation visiting a cosmopolitan city that offers unbelievable shopping opportunities should consider a trip to Hong Kong. Expect nonstop flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) to take about 15 hours and 30 minutes. American Airlines and Cathay Pacific both offer nonstop service from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG).

Facilities at Hong Kong International Airport

Flights from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) will land at one of two terminals. The terminals face each other, making transfers easy if that is required for your flights. Once you arrive, you will go through immigration, collect your baggage and head through customs. Ground transportation options to and from the airport are plentiful. The Hong Kong Airport Express shuttle train operates between the airport and the city's central business district. Taxis and buses are also available to get into the city. Depending on your exact destination, taxi fares will cost between $30 and $45 to the areas around the city.

Things to Do Near Hong Kong International Airport

When you arrive in the city, make sure to head to Victoria Peak to see the panoramic view of the city from the lookout. Consider taking a ride on one of the local "junk boats" to experience the harbor up close and personal. Hong Kong is famous for its street markets, where you can find street food and shopping. Head to the Ladies’ Market for apparel and accessories. The Temple Street Night Market is the place to try some noodles and other street food. Keep your eyes open because you will find markets dedicated to things such as flowers, birds, electronics, goldfish, and more. Make sure to head to nearby Lantau Island to see the "Big Buddha." Outdoor enthusiasts might go for a hike along the 31-mile Hong Kong Trail. There, they can take on the Dragon's Back, which offers spectacular views of landscapes below.

Hints and Tips for Hong Kong International Airport

Visitors fly from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) throughout the year. Visit in late January or early February to attend the Chinese New Year Festival, Hong Kong's most celebrated festival. In early June, you can attend the Dragon Boat Festival, when Hong Kong hosts the International Dragon Boat races across the harbor. Dining out in Hong Kong gives you the opportunity to eat inexpensive, but scrumptious, street food or dine at fine Michelin star-rated restaurants. You find influences from all over the world, but make sure to try some dim sum, small bite-sized portions of steamed food. Expect dinner for two at a mid-range restaurant to run between $40 and $50.

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