Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region or SAR of the People’s Republic of China. The fascinating city with multiple personalities is a major tourist destination with its modern culture and advanced technology. Considered as Asia’s World City, Hong Kong is an important hub with connections to several cities across the world. Under the glass, steel and concrete, Hong Kong has a dynamic culture for both leisure and work.
Alongside the glitzy malls and high-fashion boutiques you can find the gadget markets, vintage dens and street-side shopping, there is something for every kind of need and budget. Interspersed with the iconic buildings, contemporary galleries, the city has sprawling parks, mountains, beautiful islands and is home to some wonderful historical and geological jewels.
You can now travel to and from the captivating city with a Hong Kong private jet charter. A jet charter to Hong Kong gets you there (and out of there as well) in style, comfort and luxury, where you can explore the city at your leisure.
Private Jet Charters To/From Hong Kong
To charter a flight to Hong Kong or from it, be sure to use one of our top recommended services below:
Airports for Hong Kong Jet Charters
- Hong Kong International (HKG): The main airport in Hong Kong has been built on the island of Chek Lap Kok. Also called Chek Lap Kok Airport, the airport replaced the former Kai Tak Airport.
Cultural Attractions of Hong Kong
- Tian Tan Buddha: Completed in 1993, this is a massive statue of the Buddha made in bronze that is 34 meters tall and is located at Lantau Island.
- Nan Lian Garden: The Tang Dynasty-style gardens in Diamond Hill is spread across 3.5 hectares of land and has rocks, hills, trees, water features and wooden structures.
- Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery: Situated in Sha Tin, this is a mid-20th century Buddhist temple.
- Tin Hau Temple in Joss House Bay: Or Tai Miu is the largest and oldest Tin Hau Temple in Hong Kong.
- Cattle Depot Artist Village: Situated in Kowloon, Hong Kong, this was a slaughterhouse site originally, which was developed in 2001 as an artist village and has around 20 art groups.
- Sunbeam Theatre: A landmark theater in Hong Kong that showcases Cantonese opera.
- Hong Kong Cultural Centre: This is a multipurpose cultural performance facility.