Cheap flights from New Delhi to Hong Kong Intl
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- Thu 10 OctDELHKGMalindo AirIndirectOne way from ₹ 10,713
- Mon 30 SepDELHKGMalindo AirIndirectOne way from ₹ 11,486
- Fri 11 OctDELHKGSpiceJetDirectOne way from ₹ 11,571
Flight information New Delhi to Hong Kong Intl
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Average flight time, total distance 3750 kilometres
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International terminal, Terminal 3, New Delhi - 110 037
1 Sky Plaza Road, Hong Kong
Hong Kong Information Guide
Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China. The city is a global trading and financial hub - a world city in the truest sense of the world. Hong Kong means Fragrant Harbour in Chinese and it is renowned for its harbour and skyscrapers. It is spread over 1,104 square kilometres and is one of the most densely populated cities in the world.
Hong Kong enjoys a subtropical climate for six months and a temperate climate for the rest of the year. Hot, humid summers and cool, dry winters are the norm. February is the coldest month with temperature averaging 57°F (14°C). From June to August, the temperature averages 82°F (28°C). The best time to visit is September-October.
Hong Kong has a well-deserved reputation for being the 'World's Fair of Food' and a 'Gourmet Paradise'. It is famous for Cantonese cuisine that boasts of the freshest ingredients. Dimsums are a must-try; they are made in bamboo baskets and can be relished as breakfast or lunch. Other delicacies include steamed pork buns, shrimp dumplings, beef balls and pan-fried squid with spicy salt. The Central District and Tsim Sha Tsui have great restaurants, pubs, and small eateries.
Hong Kong effortlessly straddles tradition and modernity. Its event calendar features a great blend of East and West. The Chinese New Year is the biggest and the most colorful event, with restaurant menus featuring auspicious food and red lanterns adorning the streets. The city celebrates Eastern festivals like Spring Lantern Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Seven Sisters Festival, and the Hungry Ghosts Festival and Western festivals like Easter, Halloween and Christmas with equal aplomb.
History and Architecture
After China’s defeat in the First Opium War, Hong Kong became a British colony. It came under Japanese rule during the Second World War. After the war, the British resumed control, only to hand it over to China in 1984. The city’s colonial legacy is reflected in its buildings. The Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower, the Central Police Station, and the Kowloon Walled City are some of the historic structures. The city is known to have the highest number of skyscrapers in the world. And the International Commerce Centre, the Two International Finance Centre, the HSBC Headquarters Building, and the Central Plaza are great examples of modern architecture.
You can shop till you drop in Hong Kong. Most goods from all over the world, except wine and cigarettes, are tax free Relatively low prices, an abundance of retail options and great services make Hong Kong a great shopping destination.Clothes, cosmetics and electrical appliances are the top three buys. The main shopping districts for clothes and accessories are Tsim Sha Tsui, Canton Road, Beijing Road and Granville Road. Sham Shui Po is famous for gadgets electronic appliances and computer products.Hong Kong is famous for its street markets and the most popular ones are Ladies Market, Temple Street Night Market and Stanley Market.
Sightseeing in Hong Kong
Victoria Peak, Avenue of Stars, Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong Disneyland, Ngong Ping 360, Repulse Bay, Aberdeen Harbour & Jumbo Kingdom, Lan Kwai Fong, and Hollywood Road are some of the places you must visit when you are in Hong Kong.
Getting to and fro from the airport
Hong Kong is a major travel hub. Not surprisingly, Hong Kong International Airport is one of the busiest in the world. It offers great transport options to the visitor. The best way to get into the city is by the Airport Express Line. Trains depart every few minutes and take you to the city in about 25 minutes. Shuttle buses ferry passengers to the hotels and metro stations regularly. You can count on the Airbus – the public bus service and private taxis as well.
Delhi to Hong Kong Flights
The distance between Delhi and Hong Kong is 3,750 km and it takes about 4 hours and 55 minutes of flying time to reach Hong Kong. There are about 30 flights weekly from Delhi to Hong Kong including Cathay Pacific, Jet Airways, Etihad, etc. Use our month or year view search tools to find the cheapest days to fly from Delhi to Hong Kong.
Documents required to travel from Delhi to Hong Kong Intl
Passengers travelling from Delhi to Hong Kong Intl must carry all the documents listed below
- Valid Passport
- Valid Visa
- Return flight tickets (sometimes asked by the immigration depending on your visa type)
Major airlines that operate from Delhi to Hong Kong Intl
Jet Airways, Cathay Pacific, Air India, Cathay Dragon
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.