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Reviewed on 4 Nov 2019
The 10th busiest passenger airport in the world and the busiest cargo airport on the planet, Hong Kong International Airport is the gateway not only for Hong Kong city but also many destinations on Mainland China. There are two terminals and two concourses at the airport. You'll also find the Hong Kong SkyCity business and entertainment complex.
There are numerous art and culture exhibitions within the terminals of the airport. Terminal 2 has plenty of entertainment options to keep passengers busy, including the Aviation Discovery Centre, Dream Come True Education Park, and the UA IMAX Theatre @Airport, which has the largest screen in all of Hong Kong.
Golf lovers can play a simulated nine or 18-hole golf game at Termial 2’s UA IMAX Theatre @Airport or head to the SkyCity Nine Eagles Golf Course for a 9-hole golf game with rolling terrain. If you’re travelling with children, the Hong Kong International Airport has facilities to keep them busy like a play area and a TV lounge. If you feel like getting pampered, head to the lavish Regal Airport Hotel and relax in its incredible spa.Don’t Miss
Passengers will not be upset if they have to spend time waiting at the Hong Kong International Airport—it has plenty of things to keep you occupied.
Those that have a bit more time to kill can leave the confines of the airport and head to Lantau Island to visit Hong Kong Disneyland, Inspiration Lake, Ngong Ping 360, Po Lin Monastery and Tain Taqn Buddha. It is the world’s largest outdoor bronze Buddha.Shopping
Duty-free shopping is the main highlight when it comes to shopping at Hong Kong International Airport. You'll find designer labels like Versace, Burberry, Chanel, and Gucci all have boutiques within the airport terminals. There are also plenty of souvenir shops for picking up last minute gifts and as shops for buying electronics, snacks, and books.Restaurants and Bars
You won't have a hard time finding something you would like to eat at the Hong Kong International Airport. There are plenty of restaurants here ranging from known fast-food chains to sit-down restaurants. Passengers can even enjoy a high-quality meal at the Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel or the Novotel Citygate Hong Kong. Travellers that need a drink before getting on a flight will find a few good bars within the airport. There are also some great cafés throughout for grabbing a cup of coffee or tea.