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It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from around the world proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City.

Hong Kong has been a major destination for tourists and business people from around the world for at least a century. Today it is also a major tourism destination for China's increasingly affluent mainland population. It is an important air hub with connections to many of the world's cities.

Hong Kong is much more than a harbour city with crowded streets: this territory with its cloudy mountains and rocky islands also offers rural landscapes with breathtaking views. Much of the countryside is classified as Country Park and, although 7.4 million people (2021) are never far away, it is possible to find pockets of wilderness that will reward the more intrepid travelers.

Time Difference: GMT + 8 hours. Abbreviation: HKT - Hong Kong Time.

Hong Kong's location, at the south-eastern tip of China and in the heart of rapidly developing East Asia, gives it economic and strategic importance out of proportion to its size. Covering a total land area of 1110.18 square kilometres, the territory comprises Hong Kong Island, the Kowloon Peninsula and the more rural New Territories, which also includes 261 outlying islands.

Hong Kong has a subtropical climate with hot and humid summer and cool and dry winter.

From the middle of September to early December is autumn. It's the sunniest season in Hong Kong with warm weather and low humidity, and probably the best time to visit Hong Kong. The temperature ranges between 23°C-28°C/73°F-82°F. From the middle of December to February is usually the winter. Winter in Hong Kong is cool and dry. The temperature ranges between 15°C-20°C/59°F-68°F.


Located on the Lantau Island, the Hong Kong International Airport has a comprehensive and well-developed transportation network. One could easily commute between the airport and the city in around 30 minutes with a reasonable fare, using the Airport Express, buses, taxis or hotel shuttle buses.

Airport Express

The MTR's high-speed Airport Express takes approximately 24 minutes to reach Hong Kong Island and is the fastest way to get between the city and the airport. Both Kowloon and Hong Kong stations provide free in-town check-in services for major airlines. Please contact your airline for further information.


Taxis are readily available from the taxi pick-up area in front of the airport's Arrivals Hall. If you're travelling to Hong Kong Island or Kowloon you'll need to catch a red taxi. If you're headed for the New Territories you'll need a green taxi, and those going to Lantau Island will require a blue taxi. All taxis in Hong Kong are able to take passengers to and from the airport. Fares are metered and detailed information about charges are clearly displayed inside each cab.


There are more than 20 convenient Airbus ‘A' routes that can take you from the airport to key locations on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and in the New Territories (including Lantau Island) with fewer stops than an ordinary city bus. When you exit the Arrivals Hall, turn right to find Airbuses and city buses.

Coach and Limousine Charter

Passengers who require their own personal limousines, minivans, vans and group coaches (buses) can book their transport from service providers located in the Arrivals Hall.