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Rated number five in World’s Best Airports, Best Airports for Dining, and the World’s Best Airport Immigration Service, the Hong Kong Airport is full of beauty and fun. Be entertained while you wait for your flight or as soon as your plane hits the tarmac upon landing. You can watch an IMAX movie, take a shower and nap in one of the lounges, or hit the greens at the indoor golf club. How about flying your own plane? Yeah, you can do that and more in the flight simulator. Hong Kong Airport is the third-largest airport in the world and has plenty of space to walk around and enjoy the sights as well as the shops and services.
The City of Hong Kong is along the South China Sea and the Pearl River Delta. With over 7.4 million residents, it is the most densely populated place in the world. However, it started out as a small fishing village in the late 1800s before being built up as one of the largest importers and exporters in the world. The city boasts over a dozen museums and memorials, fine art centers, opera, theaters, and is well-known for its amazing Asian cuisine.
Fun Fact: Eight optical illusion works of art are hidden in Terminal 1, such as a goldfish market and lion dance.
There is so much to see and do both inside and outside the airport. From trying some Asian cuisine to working out with a trainer, the airport has a huge variety of services and shops. Grab some souvenirs for the folks at home, visit a spa for a massage, or play some sports like boxing or soccer. You can do all this and more at the Hong Kong Airport. Bounce has put together a list of things you may enjoy at the airport and beyond.
Make a personalized gift or souvenir at the Dream Come True Maker Workshop. In Terminal 1 by Gate 44, this unique shop is truly one-of-a-kind.
Stop by More Than Just Food Museum, where you can see artistic table settings as you have never seen before. You can find it by Gate 31 in Terminal 1.
Go to one of the Discover Hong Kong shops to get some souvenirs that are all about Hong Kong. There are two shops in Terminal 1 on Departures Levels L6 and L7.
Head 10 minutes outside the airport to Citygate Outlets and enjoy a few hours of shopping.
See the Po Lin Monastery, where the world's largest sitting Buddha statue is located.
See a movie at the UA IMAX cinema. It’s hard to believe they put a 64 by 44-foot screen in an airport, but they did. Watch 4-D films that have special effects to make you feel like you are inside the movie.
Tee off at the SkyCity Nine Eagles Golf Course. Next to the Asia World Expo by Terminal 2, enjoy a round of virtual golf while you wait for your flight.
Take a boat tour of Victoria Harbour.
Public Bus like S1, S64
If you have a long wait for your flight or are at youe destination, head into Hong Kong for some fun. Don’t let your luggage hold you back while you look around. Take them to a Bounce partner nearby so you can go and enjoy the city. Bounce offers easy-to-book short term storage and will safely stow your belongings. They will seal them up, tag them, and put them in a safe spot until you come back for them. Bags are insured for up to $5,000, so you can get out there and have some fun.
Island Hopping: Airport Express will take you to the Central Ferry Piers where you can visit some of the islands. Pier 4 will bring you to Lamma Island, which has local crafts, beer, and amazing collections of vinyl records and books. Pier 5 takes you to Cheung Chau to see the Pak Tai Temple or Mini Great Wall. Leave your baggage with a Bounce partner nearby on your way.
Lantau: Take the S1 bus to Tung Chung where you can walk across the city’s largest island, Lantau. Take a hike on the Lantau Trail, which takes you by the Tia Tan Buddha and the fishing village of Tai O. But make sure you drop off extra gear first for a more enjoyable trek.
Ngong Ping 360: As long as you are not afraid of heights, this cable car trip lasts about a half-hour and takes you to a small village of tourist attractions. It is so high up in the air you can see for miles. In fact, the cable car reaches a maximum height of over 1,312 feet in the air.
Lantau South Country Park: Located on Lantau Island, this large park is stunning with its rolling peaks and green spaces for miles. Take a walk on one of the stone trails that were built hundreds of years ago. Or head down to the beach where you can take some selfies with the beautiful seascape background. Leave your bags with a Bounce affiliate before heading to the park.
Frontierland: Drop your bags with Bounce and take a fun trip to Frontierland. This is the Disneyland of Hong Kong, and you will love it even if you don’t have the kids with you. Experience a few rides, eat some good food, play games for prizes, and enjoy a show or two. You can even take a Jungle River Cruise and walk through the Garden of Wonders. You will need to stow your luggage with Bounce before going because they don’t allow big bags in the park.
Silvermine Waterfall and Beach: The Silvermine Waterfall is on Lantau Island near the Silvermine Cave. Leave your belongings with a Bounce partner because you will be doing some walking. Take some selfies in front of the waterfall or walk to the beach. The waterfall is at its best during the rainy season between May and November, but it is stunning no matter when you go.
Wisdom Path: If you want to do some more walking, drop off your bags with Bounce and head over to Wisdom Path on Lantau Island. This easy walk takes you along 38 wooden monuments that each have a verse from the Heart Sutra. It is the most well-known prayer in the world and is valued by Taoists, Buddhists, and Confucians. You may not get wiser, but you will definitely love the experience.
Hong Kong Cuisine: The City of Hong Kong has a plethora of restaurants and street vendors where you can try some authentic Asian cuisine. Some of the varieties include Korean, Japanese, Hokkien, Teochew, and Hakka.
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The price for luggage storage near Hong Kong Airport (HKG) is just HK$45/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Hong Kong Airport (HKG).
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Hong Kong Airport (HKG) area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Hong Kong Airport (HKG) and in the broader Hong Kong area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Hong Kong Airport (HKG) are Cathay Pacific - The Pier, Restaurant, and BEE CHENG HIANG.
Check out the nearby Tat Tung Road Garden, Ancient Kiln Park, and Man Tung Road Park.