A true representation of the phrase, ‘where east meets west’ Hong Kong seamlessly blends its Chinese roots with British influences from its time as a colony. It also has a great range of landscapes, from the buzzing city centre, home to high-rise structures and plenty of hotels, restaurants and nightlife, to beaches, hills and mountains. Hong Kong also has over 200 offshore islands, ideal for a little private escape. One of Asia’s biggest business hubs, Hong Kong is also an ideal stopover on any journey into China or beyond, so get in touch with Air Charter Service and charter flights to Hong Kong.
Though small, Hong Kong has a great range of hotels, some offering slick modern styling whilst others offer a more classical luxury experience. The W Hong Kong is probably one of the most modern, with The Mira being somewhat futuristic and the quirky Luxe Manor bringing something a little different to the table. The Peninsula is the oldest hotel in Hong Kong and is justifiably proud of both its heritage and its service. The Langham is ideal for those looking for European luxury ideally located in the midst of Langham Place, abuzz with shopping, dining and entertainment options.
Hong Kong is perfect for foodies. Home to an array of Michelin-starred restaurants, quirky eateries and outstanding street food; you’ll find yourself at a loss as to where to eat. Many of the big, luxury hotels have excellent dining options so this is always a safe place to start if you are feeling a little overwhelmed. You can also find out what’s hip and happening by asking at your hotel or concierge service. Whether you fancy a gourmet burger at Burger Circus, innovative Ho Lee Fook, or the cutting-edge cooking techniques at Saam in the Soho district, you’ll find something to suit every palate.
From entire shopping areas to sprawling malls and street marks, if you’re looking to shop, Hong Kong is ideal. You’ll find shopping districts throughout Hong Kong but some of the most famous are the Admiralty, Central and SoHo as well as Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui. A range of department stores are available to suit all tastes, from the family friendly Cityplaza to the fashion-savvy Fashion Walk and the hip and trendy apm to the chic Design Gallery. If you’re looking for antiques, Cat Street is the market for you, whilst foodies should head to Chun Yeung Street and fashionistas to Granville Road. If you’d rather explore at night, Temple Street has a popular night market selling practically anything you can think of, and haggling is encouraged.
Our main terminal in Hong Kong is at the Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre, close to the main airport. If traveling by helicopter you’ll find you have a few options as to where to land, though the Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre is still the most popular, see our at our airport finder or contact one of our team to charter a private jet to Hong Kong.