London (UK) to Shanghai (China) £ 303.97 Return Ticket


London – UK (LHR) to Shanghai– China (CTU) Return Ticket

Price: £ 303.97
Average Fare:  £ 680.00

Savings: £ 376.03

Airline: Swiss Airlines
Date: 10.01.2020 to 03.02.2020


London (UK) to Hong Kong £ 319.27 Return Ticket

London to Hong Kong 319.27

London – UK (LHR) to Hong Kong (HKG) Return Ticket

Price: £ 319.27
Average Fare:  £ 640.00

Savings: £ 320.73

Airline: Airchina
Date: 23.05.2018 to 05.06.2018

Hong Kong Facts

  • Dim sum originated here in southern China and means “touch the heart”. These tiny bites of goodness were created as snack food for travelers and today are an essential part of local culture.
  • Hong Kong’s half-mile Mid-Levels Escalator is the world’s longest covered escalator.
  • You probably know that Hong Kong means “fragrant harbor” in Chinese, but did you know that every time you utter the word “Kowloon” you are saying “nine dragons”? Folklore says that when a young emperor noticed the area’s eight hills, he named the land “eight dragons,” until his servant pointed out that the emperor should be considered a dragon too, making nine. Kow sounds like “gau” or nine in Cantonese, and Loon is like “lung” or dragon.
  • A famous Hong Kong landmark, the bronze Big Buddha located on Lantau Island is one of the world’s largest seated Buddhas and is 34 meters high.
  • A foodie paradise, Hong Kong has one of the highest numbers of restaurants or cafes per capita and is also the place to score the cheapest Michelin-starred food on the planet.

London (UK) to Beijing (China) £ 316.09 Return Ticket

London to Beinjing 316.09

London – UK (LHR) to Beijing – China (PEK) Return Ticket

Price: £ 316.09
Average Fare:  £ 680.00

Savings: £ 363.91

Airline: China Southern Airlines
Date: 7.03.2018 to 12.03.2018

Beijing Facts

  • The Great Wall of China is one of the greatest sights in the world — the longest wall in the world, an awe-inspiring feat of ancient defensive architecture. Its winding path over rugged country and steep mountains take in some great scenery.
  • The Forbidden City is the largest palace in the world. It is also China’s best-preserved imperial palace and the essence and culmination of traditional Chinese architectural accomplishment. In 1987 the palace was nominated as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, and it is also recognized as one of the five most important palaces in the world.
  • Beijing Municipality has a population of almost 20 million, covering 16,800 square kilometers (or 6,487 miles). The city proper has a population of almost 12 million people, but it is likely that this data doesn’t include many migrant workers coming from all over the country to look for work.
  • Beijing Capital International Airport is second only in the world following Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and the busiest in Asia, so you should have no trouble finding a flight.
  • One of the biggest sights in the city is the Olympic Park, built for the Summer Olympics in 2008. China’s National Stadium, or the Bird’s Nest, as it has become known, is the world’s largest steel structure and the most complex stadium ever constructed. It is “one of the key engineering marvels in the world today.”