Hong Kong is a port city, located in Southern China, on the eastern side of the Pearl River estuary. The charming city is a highly autonomous section of the People’s Republic of China and is popular on the international radar for its natural harbor, beautiful skyline, luxury shopping malls, Buddhist temples, and delicious pastries. Are you one of those travelers from the United States who is planning on a trip to Hong Kong? We are a top online travel agency that makes air travel affordable for travelers in America. Book your cheap flights from United States to Hong Kong on iEagle for taking advantage of our lowest prices.
When flying out from the United States to Hong Kong, you will be landing at the Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), located on the island of Chep Lak Kok. The USA to Hong Kong flight route is quite popular among US travelers and you will find plenty of non-stop flights as well as connecting flights with layover option operating on this route. An average non-stop flight from New York City to HKG is close to 16 hours. What is better- a non-stop flight or a connecting flight? Considering that this is going to be a long-haul flight, choosing a non-stop flight can save you a lot of time and can ensure a hassle-free travel experience while choosing a connecting flight with layover(s) will mean longer travel hours which may lead to fatigue and even jetlag. The only advantage with connecting flights is they are generally priced lower than the USA to Hong Kong non-stop flights.
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Tsim Sha Tsui- A small district in Hong Kong’s Kowloon peninsula that is popular for amazing nightlife and shopping. The must-dos are taking a stroll on the Tsim Sha Tsui promenade, going on a Star Ferry ride on the iconic Victoria Harbor, tasting the local delish foods on Ashley road and doing upscale shopping at the luxury malls found on the Canton road.
Victoria Peak- This is Hong Kong’s highest peak and no trip to Hong Kong is complete without touring it. Climb to the top of Victoria Peak for a 360 degree view of Hong Kong’s most beautiful skyline. You will find several trams running from downtown Hong Kong to this top tourist attraction.
Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, Hong Kong - A popular Buddhist religious site which is perched on top of a hill in the country side of Sha Tin. Intriguingly the name is not apt for this, first off it is not a monastery at all and second you will find more than ten thousand Buddhas at this holy site! Head here to admire the countless golden statues of Buddhas as you climb the 400-steps stairway of this historical religious site.
The peak season for tourism in Hong Kong is during the autumn months of (October to December) when the weather is at its best, but the only catch is the airfares and hotel room rates are going to reach an all-time high. Spring (April to May) is ideal for saving big on airfares and accommodation but weather-wise there’s a lot of humidity around these months. Plan your travel itinerary for Hong Kong well in advance and book your flights early with iEagle for huge savings.
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