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About Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways Ltd is commonly known as Kenya Airways is the flag carrier of Kenya and was founded in 1977 after the dissolution of East African Airways. The main hub of this airline is situated at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with head office located in Embakasi, Nairobi. In 1955 it was fully owned by Government of Kenya but in 1996 it came in hand of private sector and currently it is successfully running under a public-private partnership. The largest shareholder of Kenya Airways is Government of Kenya which own 29.8% of its share and KLM which own its 26.73% stake in the company. The rest shares are owned by private owners. The shares are traded in the Nairobi Stock Exchange, the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange, and the Uganda Securities Exchange.

This airline is widely considered as one of the leading Sub-Saharan operators and in January 2013 it was ranked 4th among the top ten ones that operate in Africa by seat capacity after South African Airways. It covers more African destinations than any other carrier. In 2005, Kenya Airways became the first airline in sub-Saharan Africa to achieve the IOSA certification (IATA Operational Safety Audit), a rigorous safety standard. In 2010 again it achieved the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO).

About Hong Kong (HKG)

Hong Kong is a special administrative region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China. The autonomous territory is the world’s fourth most populated regions going by its population density.

Hong Kong has a rich historical background. It became a British colony when the Qing Dynasty ceded its powers over the Hong Kong Island to the British. The Qings, incidentally, ruled China during the First Opium War in 1842. Hong Kong remained a British colony till 1997, after which it became an SAR of China, with its own separate political and economic systems of governance.

Presently, as the world’s seventh largest trading country, Hong Kong is a significant global financial centre. The Hong Kong dollar is a very prosperous currency, and the population enjoys simple taxation. The per capita income of HK is also one of the highest in the world. It is a fast-paced cosmopolitan city, attracting tourists with exciting, vibrant and lively vibes. People visiting Hong Kong will be greeted by sky-high buildings, sunsets at the harbour, and varied cultural and historical experiences. One of the best things about Hong Kong, however, is that while the soul of the city may seem relatable to that of New York or London, its essence remains Asian.

 

How to reach Hong Kong


By Air – The main airport in Hong Kong is the Hong Kong International Airport. All major airlines operate flights to Hong Kong from major international cities, across the world. The following airlines operate direct flights to Hong Kong: Air India, Hong Kong Airlines, FlyDubai, Jet Airways and Biman Bangladesh. If you want to buy cheap air tickets, check out MakeMyTrip Flights to Hong Kong.

By Train One can reach Hong Kong by train from China. Currently, there is only one railway station in Hong Kong, the Hung Hom Station. This station connects the local mass transit railways (MTR) for internal travel as well as the Beijing–Kowloon Railway system. Trains that run to Hong Kong originate from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Dongguan, Foshan, and Zhaoqing.

By Road – One can drive to Hong Kong, through China, under the mainland China driving scheme. Drivers with primary registration in China can directly drive to Hong Kong. However, drivers have to be careful as China supports left-side driving, while Hong Kong supports right-side driving. International travellers are encouraged to do a check beforehand for fees or any other documentation you may need to enter Hong Kong.


What to do in Hong Kong


Whether you’re visiting Hong Kong for business or leisure, the city has something to offer to all its travellers, which is one of the primary things about Hong Kong that attracts a huge footfall. The city’s rich and cultural and colony past offers as much intrigue to the history buff as the city’s luxury establishments, glittering nightlife, food and accommodation offers others, leaving them wanting for more.

There is even a Disneyland Park in the city, which attracts kids and adults alike, who can enjoy a full day riding around the magical world of Disney!

Here are the top things to do and places to visit when in Hong Kong:

The Peak

Hong Kong Disneyland

Ladies’ Market

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Temple Street Night Market

Clock Tower

Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade

Golden Bauhinia Square

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

Lan Kwai Fong

Avenue of Stars


Major Airports in and near Hong Kong


By Air: Hong Kong International Airport (IATA: HKG) is the main international airport in Hong Kong. It is located on the island of Chek Lap Kok. It is 45 km from the main Hong Kong Island. This is where all major airlines operate their flights to Hong Kong and from the city. It is a hub to airlines like Air Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific, Cathay Dragon, DHL Aviation, Hong Kong Airlines, HK Express, and UPS Airlines, which operate daily flights to Hong Kong.

 

MakeMyTrip offers a wide range of flights to Hong Kong – over 540 flights to Hong Kong on a daily basis from all over the world. From India, major flights operate from Udaipur, Hyderabad, Mumbai and New Delhi.

 

One can easily use the website to book a flight to Hong Kong or from Hong Kong, with the major airport being a hub to domestic and international airlines. MakeMyTrip flights to Hong Kong can be availed at highly discounted rates during festivals and off seasons.