Cheap flights from Singapore Changi to Hong Kong International
Flight information Singapore Changi to Hong Kong International
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Hong Kong International
Flying from Singapore to Hong Kong
The metropolitan city of Hong Kong is the Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). It used to be a British colony from 1842 to 1997. Today it is a vibrant and diverse finance hub and popular tourism destination.
Most flights to Hong Kong go through Hong Kong International Airport. Singaporeans do not require a visa.
Airlines that fly from Singapore Changi (SIN) to Hong Kong (HKG)
Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and United Airlines operate at least one direct flight each day from Singapore to Hong Kong. Budget airlines that fly from Singapore to Hong Kong include Jetstar and Scoot. The flight time schedule for Singapore to Hong Kong is almost every hour.
Hong Kong has two terminals. Terminal 1 is the third largest passenger terminal building in the world. Terminal 2 is a check-in and processing facility for some full-service and low-cost carriers. After check-in, passengers are transported underground to Terminal 1 to board their flights.
Arrival at Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
The Hong Kong International Airport is one of the world’s best airports and if you are ever looking for entertainment options here, you are in luck. The airport is home to the city’s largest IMAX giant screen - there is even an aviation museum here!
One of the most common ways to get from the Hong Kong International Airport to the city is via the use of the Airport Express which takes only 24 minutes to get downtown - the ride should cost around HKD $115 (SGD $20). If you are looking for the most convenient option or if you are traveling with a group of friends, taking the taxi may make more sense - the journey should take around 35 minutes and will cost you roughly HKD $288 (SGD $50).
Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) Information
Complimentary WiFi is provided in the public and transit areas of the airport and if you are looking for a hotel that is connected to the airport, the Regal Airport Hotel is your best bet.
Hong Kong recommendations
Hong Kong consists of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, and the New Territories.
On the Hong Kong Island, a tourist favourite is to take the tram up to Victoria Peak, the highest point on the island. The bird’s eye view of the skyline is especially breathtaking at night. Ride the star ferry to and fro Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Peninsula. For an experience of Hong Kong’s buzzing nightlife, take a stroll down the iconic Temple Street Night Market. For foodies, definitely do not miss out on dim sum, local treats at cha chaan teng (eateries) and da pai dong (road side stalls). If you’re traveling with children, they will love to go to Disneyland and Ocean Park.
Hong Kong essentials
Frequently asked questions about flights from Singapore to Hong Kong
This information is correct as of 28 July 2018.
Getting from Singapore Changi to Hong Kong
There are 4 terminals in Singapore Changi Airport. You can reach the airport via the MRT which is directly connected to Terminal 2 or Terminal 3. If your flight departs from Terminal 1, take the SkyTrain which runs across all three terminals. Terminal 4 can be reached by a free shuttle bus.
If you are rushing for time, take a taxi from the city centre to the airport. It will take about 25 minutes and cost not more than SGD $30.
Arrive at the Changi Airport at least 2 hours ahead of the scheduled time of departure. You may rest and relax at the various free lounge spots or get some food to eat. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from (including a Singapore Food Street in Terminal 3). If you have an early morning flight out and wish to sleepover at the airport instead, check out the Aerotel Singapore for a place to rest your head.
Flights from Singapore to Hong Kong via Jetstar will depart from T1. Scoot flights depart from T2. For Cathay Pacific and American Airlines, you will depart from T4 and for Singapore Airlines, head to T3.
The cheapest air tickets from Singapore to Hong Kong are via budget airlines such as Jetstar and Scoot.
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