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Departure Tue, 14 Jul Return Mon, 27 Jul
HKG Hong Kong
LON London
return from £384
Departure Mon, 03 Aug Return Mon, 10 Aug
HKG Hong Kong
LON London
return from £379
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Local, one-way ticket

Trains are 170% more expensive in London than in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong
Mid-priced restaurant

The average meal is 180% more expensive in London than in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong
Standard daytime start rate

Taxis are 40% more expensive in London than in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong
Regular cappuccino

Coffee in London is 21% cheaper than in Hong Kong.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong airports
  • ( Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)
    How far from city centre: 14 miles
London airports
  • ( Heathrow (LHR)
    How far from city centre: 14 miles
  • ( Gatwick (LGW)
    How far from city centre: 25 miles
  • ( Stansted (STN)
    How far from city centre: 30 miles
  • ( Luton International (LTN)
    How far from city centre: 27 miles
  • ( London City (LCY)
    How far from city centre: 7 miles
  • ( Southend (SEN)
    How far from city centre: 35 miles
K Distance: 5973 miles

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Frequent questions about flights from Hong Kong to London

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Is London expensive to visit compared to Hong Kong?
If you compare transportation prices, the taxi ride in London costs an average of 3.20 GBP euros, 27% more expensive than Hong Kong, with a fare of 2.51 GBP euros, while train tickets costs 167% more in London: 2.80 GBP euros against 1.05 GBP euros in Hong Kong. If you compare the price of a lunch meal, however, you can find it from 15.00 GBP euros in London, 187% more than the 5.23 GBP euros in Hong Kong. The price of the coffee is around 22% cheaper in London, with an average of 3.00 GBP euros, while in Hong Kong the coffee costs 3.86 GBP.

3.2 /5
Reviews: 8
4.0 /5
No name
Date 2019-12-07 Age Over 70 City Hong Kong

No comment

4.0 /5
Raju Banisetti
Date 2019-06-11 Age 31-50 City Uk

Good airport

4.0 /5
Date 2019-04-25 Age 51-70 City UK

Better food and larger seats.

3.0 /5
Date 2019-02-25 Age Under 30 City Taiwan

Trolley is hard to use

5.0 /5
Date 2019-02-20 Age 51-70 City BRISTOL

Unexpected upgrade made this an excellent outbound flight!

1.0 /5
Franklin Amoako
Date 2018-12-07 Age Under 30 City acton

My name is Franklin Nana Amoako. Wednesday 28th November 2018 I was in transit on my way to Sydney after a journey of over 10 hours from London (Heathrow at 11:20 GMT). As I was on my way to board my flight I was stopped by an Australian Officer to question me about my trip. I informed her that the reason for my trip was to attend the wedding of my cousin Irene Boahemah Mensah. Irene's father is deceased and her uncle being my father is unable to attend the wedding (1st December 2018) in order to represent her late father as custom in Ghana. For this reason I was assigned to represent the family and also sign as a witness for her marriage certificate. After a few intimidating questions to confuse me and question the genuine nature of my travel the officer made me feel uncomfortable and did not allow me to respond to her questions properly. In fact there were times when I did not understand what she was saying. She further asked me why I was carrying an Italian passport. This is an act of discrimination because why would she assume that I am not Italian despite my dark skin. I told her that I was born in Italy and that is why I was carrying an Italian passport. She further went to ask me details of my cousin and evidence of where I was born. I provided her with all the documentation to answer her question and to prove that my reason for travel was genuine. Furthermore I provided evidence of my studies my place of residence (UK) visa approval letter and wedding invitation. I was asked to repeat the same process to four people of Asian descent wearing dark suits. The lady asked them to check my documents. After waiting for a while I asked them to explain what was happening. I also called my Australian relatives and kindly requested if the officer could talk to them and explain what was happening. She refused to talk to anyone. I was not given an explanation of why I could not board my flight. Having questioned me and caused so much emotional stress I was told that the information I gave was not convincing enough and I had to be taken to the Immigration Office for further questioning. If the interview went well I would board the next flight to Sydney. I do not understand what further evidence I could have provided or how I could have convinced the officer that my trip was genuine? How could I have possibly challenged her discretion? Especially given that I provided everything that was requested for and had luggage searched thoroughly. Furthermore such a process can be damaging to my overall ability to travel in the future. At the Immigration Office I had to wait in two different positions for a couple of minutes as if I was a criminal. I had several physical checks conducted on me and was asked the same questions. I asked for an Italian interpreter as English is not my first language. Furthermore I could express myself more in Italian than in English. I was told that there was no interpreter available and at best we must use Google Translate. This is clearly a breach of my rights. I was told that the decision to refuse my entrance to Australia had already been taken by the Australian Officer. She had lied to me because she told me that depending on my interview I could board the next plane to Sydney. First I was denied an interpreter. Second I was told that the reason why I could not enter Australia was for "Immigration Reasons". As to what the reason was they told me that they did not know. They forced me to sign sheets I did not know about in the presence of a lawyer or an interpreter and later informed me that they had paid for my return flight to London at 3:10 (Flight CX253 Seat 66A Gate 27). In conclusion I am shocked and very upset about the discrimination and inhumane treatment I received in the hands of Australian authority in Hong Kong. I was not dealt with fairly and did not expect such an abuse of power to be exercised. This is a clear act of racism and discrimination. In fact I was the only person singled out. I was treated unfairly and not given adequate information or explanation as to why I was refused to board my flight. I did not get an interpreter and was silenced from trying to express myself. I was lied to and the documentation search and interviews were still not sufficient to prove that my travel was genuine. This trip was for only a few days to witness the marriage of my cousin represent her deceased father and then return to the United Kingdom to continue my studies. I experienced extreme physical and psychological distress. I am requesting for an official apology and action to be taken against the officer who dealt with me so rudely. Furthermore I am requesting for compensation of the money I spent and for the distress I experienced for hours. Finally I am requesting for the rectification of any damage and record caused by this event that will especially affect my visa to Australia and future opportunities to travel.

3.0 /5
Date 2018-11-30 Age Under 30 City United kingdom

Security needs work! Delayed me at least half an hour for nothing when my flight was boarding.

2.0 /5
Date 2018-08-19 Age 51-70 City Maidenhead

Very good

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5.0 /5
Reviews: 2
5.0 /5
Date 2019-04-05 Age Over 70 City London

All good

5.0 /5
Date 2019-03-10 Age 51-70 City Southampton UK

Very clean. Everything good. Fast check in. No flight delay.

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