Travel Information For A Flight From Phnom Penh to Hong Kong
Hong Kong – the world’s financial hub, is one of the most popular tourist spots for all types of travelers. Although this busy and bustling city is most famous for its skyscrapers, there are much more things to do in Hong Kong rather than its skyline. If the Cambodian capital is your starting point, you can simply book a flight from Phnom Penh to Hong Kong to visit this extremely fascinating city.
Getting from Phnom Penh to Hong Kong
Flights Phnom Penh to Hong Kong cost $288 on average with flight duration of around 2 hours and 42 minutes. October is the time when ticket prices usually go down and you can easily find a better deal for Phnom Penh to Hong Kong flights.
Cambodia Angkor Air is one of the highly reputable operators serving Phnom Penh - Hong Kong route and frequently offers cheap flights from Cambodia. The airline currently offers cheap flights Phnom Penh to Hong Kong with one stop at Siem Reap (round trip) which cost only $130, valid until 31 March 2018.
Best time to visit Hong Kong
May to September is the typhoon season in Hong Kong while December and February is the coldest time of the year when temperatures can fall below 10 degree Celsius. March to April and October to November is considered as the best time to visit Hong Kong. The spring time (March - April) sees cool evenings and the months of October and November have pleasant breezes, perfect amount of sunshine and moderate temperatures.
Where to stay in Hong Kong?
Kowloon City – The room rates in Kowloon City tend to be more reasonable than in the bustling Nathan Road. There is a paved harbor walk along the shore which is lined with hotels and South-eastern restaurants.
Nathan Road - A wide range of hotels can be found on Nathan Road, from the top end Peninsula Hotel to a host of more budget accommodation choices.
Hong Kong Island – This area is dominated by high rise luxury and boutique hotels and is well suited for business travel.
Transportation in Hong Kong
MTR – The quickest and most efficient way to explore Hong Kong’s world-class attractions. It is clean, fast and safe and connects all major districts in the territory.
Taxi – Available throughout Hong Kong. All run on meter, relatively cheap, air-conditioned and clean.
Bus – An indispensable mode of transport to places not reachable by the MTR or after midnight. They are plentiful, comfortable, air-conditioned and cover almost all of Hong Kong.
Ferry – An exciting way to travel between Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the Outlying Islands.
Tram – Double-decker streetcars and inexpensive. Each tram ride costs a flat fare of $2.3 no matter how far you go.