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Hong Kong, China Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 37
Total Sleeping Rooms 9,098
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 911
Committable Meeting Rooms* 17
Average Hotel Room Rate HKD HK$2,786
Average Daily Meal Cost HKD HK$1,413
Average Weekly Car Rental HKD HK$5,020
*Maximum for a single hotel

Hong Kong, China Airport Information

Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)

Approximate taxi fare: 243 HKD

The Hong Kong International Airport is the world’s third busiest international passenger airport and busiest international cargo facility, serving nearly 51 million passengers in 2010. Opened in 1998, Hong Kong International operates more than 95 airlines, with 900 daily flights to 160 worldwide destinations, including 45 destinations on the Chinese Mainland. The airport serves more than 200 flights from the United States each week and offers nonstop service from Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Chicago. Airport amenities include direct access to train, bus, taxi and hotel transportation, expansive retail and dining options with more than 280 shops and 80 catering outlets, and onsite hotel accommodations at the Regal Airport Hotel and SkyCity Marriott Hotel.

Airline carriers serving Hong Kong International Airport:

  • Aeroflot Russian Airlines
  • Air Busan
  • Air Canada
  • Air China
  • Air France
  • Air India
  • Air Mauritius
  • Air New Zealand
  • Air Niugini
  • Air Pacific
  • AirAsia
  • Airphil Express
  • All Nippon Airways
  • Asiana Airlines
  • Bangkok Airways
  • Biman Bangladesh Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific Airways
  • Cebu Pacific Air
  • China Airlines
  • China Eastern Airlines
  • China Southern Airlines
  • Continental Airlines
  • Delta Air Lines
  • Dragonair
  • EL AL Israel Airlines
  • EVA Airways
  • Emirates Airline
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Finnair
  • Garuda Indonesia
  • Hong Kong Airlines
  • Hong Kong Express
  • Japan Airlines
  • Jeju Air
  • Jet Airways
  • Jetstar Asia Airways
  • Jin Air
  • Juneyao Airlines
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
  • Kenya Airways
  • Kingfisher Airlines
  • Korean Air
  • Lufthansa German Airlines
  • MIAT Mongolian Airlines
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Mandarin Airlines
  • Mega Maldives
  • Nepal Airlines
  • Orient Thai
  • Pakistan International Airlines
  • Philippine Airlines
  • Qantas Airways
  • Qatar Airways
  • Royal Brunei Airlines
  • Royal Jordanian
  • S7 Airlines
  • Shanghai Airlines
  • Shenzhen Airlines
  • Sichuan Airlines
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Sky King
  • South African Airways
  • South East Asian Airlines
  • Spring Airlines
  • SriLankan Airlines
  • Swiss International Air Lines
  • Thai AirAsia
  • Thai Airways
  • Tianjin Airlines
  • Tiger Airways
  • Transaero Airlines
  • Turkish Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Vietnam Airlines
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • Vladivostok Air
  • Xiamen Airlines

Hong Kong, China Airport Transportation

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), also known as Chek Lap Kok Airport because of its location on the Chek Lap Kok island, is the main airport in Hong Kong and one of the major transport hubs in Asia. The airport opened in 1998 and is considered as one of the world's busiest airports in terms of cargo traffic and eighth for international passenger traffic.

It connects Hong Kong to more than 150 destinations across the globe and acts as the main gateway to Mainland China. More than 100 airlines serve this airport, including AirAsia, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, American Airlines, British Airways, Emirates, Hong Kong Airlines, Jet Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Malaysian Airlines, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, and many more.

Hong Kong, China Public Transportation

Transportation has played a momentous role in accelerating the pace of Hong Kong's industrial evolution. It is globally acclaimed for its strong and efficient network of public transport known for its affordability and reliability. You can easily access any corner of this city through buses, taxis, tramways, ferries, or the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system.

Buses and Minibuses

Buses are the easiest and economical modes of transport in Hong Kong. Most of the buses are air-conditioned and are double-deckers. The bus routes cover almost all corners of the city. The destination point is shown on the front of all buses for ease of identification. If you intend to pay the bus fare by cash, please ensure you carry the exact change since no change will be refunded. Octopus Card is the most convenient method of payment for any rides on buses, minibuses, some taxis, trams, ferries, and MTR.

Minibuses also operate in Hong Kong but cover specific routes that usual bus services can't cover. The payment conditions remain the same. Minibuses can accommodate approximately 16 passengers and offer a very frequent service. There are two types of Minibuses: Green Minibuses (GMBs) and Public Light Buses (PLBs) or Red Minibuses. The former has a fixed route, and the latter have no fixed routes and allow passengers to get on or off at any point along the route.


Hong Kong has many taxis in most areas, except few very remote places. Hail one on the street or book them over the phone. Taxis are one of the cheapest mode of commutes at Hong Kong. Find red taxis or urban cabs that cover most the city, green taxis or New Territories cabs that cover the northeastern and northwestern areas, and blue taxis or Lantau cabs that operate on Lantau Island and Chek Lap Kok.

A fare chart is displayed inside taxis.

Mass Transit Railway (MTR)

The Mass Transit Railway or Rapid Transit System has played a significant role in upgrading the overall transportation experience in Hong Kong. It is one of the most popular and convenient modes of public transports and has access to all major parts of the city – Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories, and Lantau Island.

MTR has 10 lines with around 80-85 stations. You can find services every 2-5 minutes from 6:00 am until 1:00 am daily. You can either buy a single journey ticket or a Tourist Day Pass for unlimited rides within the same day. You can also use your Octopus card for a discounted rate.


Hong Kong ferries not only act as a great channel of transport, but also offers sightseeing tours to all visitors. Star Ferry (operated by The Star Ferry Company) has been one of the most reliable sources of ferry transport in Hong Kong for over a century now. It runs across the picturesque Victoria Harbor, and its routes include Tsim Sha Tsui to Central and Tsim Sha Tsui to Wan Chai. It operates from 6:30 am until 11:30 pm, however the hours are a bit different for Sundays and public holidays.

Ferry Services are also offered by other ferry operators. New World First Ferry Services Ltd. provides routes between North Point and Hung Hom, North Point and Kowloon City, and Central Ferry Piers for travel to the outlying islands.

Distance To...

Distance Estimated Driving Time Estimated Min. Flying Time Estimated Flight Cost
Zhuhai 88 km N/A N/A N/A
Shantou 289 km N/A 55 min HKD HK$2,274+
Fuoshan 127 km N/A 50 min HKD HK$2,328+
Guangzhou 131 km N/A 50 min HKD HK$2,216+
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