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Tian Tan Buddha
Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Tuen Mun Park

What is the average price of a hotel near Tian Tan Buddha?

The average price for hotels near Tian Tan Buddha is $27 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the hotel below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Tian Tan Buddha is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Tian Tan Buddha are typically 73% less expensive than the average hotel in Hong Kong, which is $103.

Hotels near Tian Tan Buddha
(Lantau Island) Yha Ngong Ping Sg Davis Youth Hostel
Best value
(Lantau Island) Yha Ngong Ping Sg Davis Youth Hostel
6.0
$27

What is the average price of a hotel near Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts?

Below are the 12 user recommended hotels in the area of Hong Kong that is closest to Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. The average price near Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts is $183/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts are typically 43% more expensive than the average hotel in Hong Kong, which is $103.

Hotels near Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
Best Western Hotel Causeway Bay
Best value
Best Western Hotel Causeway Bay
6.0
$93
The Emperor Hotel
No. 1 most popular
The Emperor Hotel
8.0
$134
The Harbourview
No. 2 most popular
The Harbourview
7.0
$127
Kew Green Hotel Wanchai Hong Kong
No. 3 most popular
Kew Green Hotel Wanchai Hong Kong
8.0
$131
Charterhouse Causeway Bay
No. 4 most popular
Charterhouse Causeway Bay
7.0
$110
The Wharney Guang Dong Hotel
No. 5 most popular
The Wharney Guang Dong Hotel
8.0
$127
Conrad Hong Kong
Conrad Hong Kong
8.1
$403
Dorsett Wanchai, Hong Kong
Dorsett Wanchai, Hong Kong
7.0
$152
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong
9.0
$458
Empire Hotel Hong Kong - Wan Chai
Empire Hotel Hong Kong - Wan Chai
7.0
$178
Wanchai 88 Hotel
Wanchai 88 Hotel
8.0
$148
iclub Wan Chai Hotel
iclub Wan Chai Hotel
7.1
$131

What is the average price of a hotel near Tuen Mun Park?

Hotels near Tuen Mun Park are typically 70% less expensive than the average hotel in Hong Kong, which is $103.

Hotels near Tuen Mun Park
pentahotel Hong Kong, Tuen Mun
Best value
pentahotel Hong Kong, Tuen Mun
8.0
$90
Hotel COZi Resort Tuen Mun
No. 1 most popular
Hotel COZi Resort Tuen Mun
7.0
Hong Kong RoomC 30 seconds to Tuen Mun west rail
No. 2 most popular
Hong Kong RoomC 30 seconds to Tuen Mun west rail

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Hotels in Tuen Mun District
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pentahotel Hong Kong, Tuen Mun
Best value
pentahotel Hong Kong, Tuen Mun
8.0
$90
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel
No. 1 most popular
Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel
8.0
$147
Hotel COZi Resort Tuen Mun
No. 2 most popular
Hotel COZi Resort Tuen Mun
7.0
Hotels in Kwai Tsing
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Winland 800 Hotel
Best value
Winland 800 Hotel
5.0
$60
Silka Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
No. 1 most popular
Silka Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
7.0
$96
Hotel Cozi Oasis
No. 2 most popular
Hotel Cozi Oasis
7.0
$81
Hotel Ease Tsuen Wan
No. 3 most popular
Hotel Ease Tsuen Wan
8.0
$81
Hotel Ease Access Tsuen Wan
No. 4 most popular
Hotel Ease Access Tsuen Wan
7.0
$72
Rambler Oasis Hotel
No. 5 most popular
Rambler Oasis Hotel
6.0
$60
Hotels in Southern
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Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
Best value
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
8.0
$37
Ovolo Southside
No. 1 most popular
Ovolo Southside
8.0
$135
Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel
No. 2 most popular
Hong Kong Ocean Park Marriott Hotel
8.0
$296
L'Hotel Island South
No. 3 most popular
L'Hotel Island South
7.0
$124
Le Méridien Cyberport
No. 4 most popular
Le Méridien Cyberport
8.0
$213
Bluejay Residences
No. 5 most popular
Bluejay Residences
6.0
$99
Hotels in Tsuen Wan District
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Commune
Best value
Commune
8.0
$48
L'Hotel Nina et Convention Centre
No. 1 most popular
L'Hotel Nina et Convention Centre
7.0
$151
Royal View Hotel
No. 2 most popular
Royal View Hotel
7.0
$92
Panda Hotel
No. 3 most popular
Panda Hotel
7.0
$126
Bay Bridge Lifestyle Retreat
No. 4 most popular
Bay Bridge Lifestyle Retreat
7.0
$105
Dorsett Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
No. 5 most popular
Dorsett Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong
7.0
$95

When to book a hotel in Hong Kong

Check out the information below to find the best deal on a Hong Kong hotel room
Low season
May
High season
April

cheapest month to stay

41%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

39%

expected price increase

Price
$120 - $332
Highest day of week
Saturday
Cheapest day of week
Monday

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weeknight)

$194

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

$211

avg. price over the last two weeks

Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Hong Kong is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 4-5 star, on the same day that your stay begins.
1-2 star
$34 - $58
3 star
$60 - $138
4-5 star
$131 - $222

Hong Kong travel tips

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Best time to visit Hong Kong

Hong Kong is known for its rather unpredictable weather and is often hit by sub-tropical thunderstorms, extreme heat waves, or direct-hit typhoons. However, the city is also blessed with plenty of sunshine throughout much of the year. The best time to visit is in the autumn months from September – November when humidity levels are low and average temperatures hover around 24 degrees Celsius. If you don’t mind slightly cooler temperatures, close to 17 degrees Celsius, plan your visit during the winter months from December – February to enjoy the crisp and clear days. March – May is usually rainy and humid and temperatures range between 20 – 30 degrees Celsius. From June – August, humidity levels reach an all-time high of almost 90%, and rainfall may be erratic. However, rain is usually in short spells and will not force you to stay indoors for more than 30 – 40 minutes. Remember to carry an umbrella at all times.

Getting around Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s attractions are spread out far and wide but the dense network of public transport makes it quite easy to navigate the city. The MTR (Mass Transit Railway is one of the most efficient and easy ways to get around. Trains run frequently and on time across a network of almost 150 stations, so most sites are within a short walk from an MTR station. Base fare for a single journey is HK$4.50. With several islands making up the city, ferries are a key mode of transport and the most popular operator is Star Ferries. A standard trip from Victoria Harbour costs HK$2.00 – HK$3.00 depending on arrival and departure piers and the day of the week. The double decker street cars operated by Hong Kong Tramways take you along the scenic routes, and are an interesting option to cover short distances when you’re not in a rush. Adult fare for a single ride is HK$2.30. If you wish to travel by bus, you should keep in mind that 3 different companies operate in Hong Kong. You may end up paying anywhere between HK$2.00 – HK$20.00 based on the operator and the route you have chosen. Taxis are readily available and marked in different colours to indicate the area in which they operate. For the urban areas, you will need to hail the red taxis while blue taxis run only on Lantau Island, and green taxis operate in the New Territories. The Hong Kong markets are best explored on foot, but elsewhere, the city’s hilly terrain and water bodies make walking quite tedious. With a maze of one-way streets, heavy traffic, and the elusive and expensive parking spots, it’s best if you avoid driving around in the city.


How much does a hotel in Hong Kong cost per night?

Use the information below to find quality Hong Kong hotel rooms for low prices
2 stars and below
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
#1 most popular
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
8.0
$37
Pandora After 80s Hostel
#2 most popular
Pandora After 80s Hostel
5.8
$24
Check Inn HK
Best value
Check Inn HK
7.0
$31
3 stars
Mini Hotel Causeway Bay
#1 most popular
Mini Hotel Causeway Bay
7.0
$92
B P International
#2 most popular
B P International
7.0
$128
Yha Mei Ho House Youth Hostel
Best value
Yha Mei Ho House Youth Hostel
8.0
$41
4 stars and above
Cordis, Hong Kong
#1 most popular
Cordis, Hong Kong
9.0
$223
Harbour Grand Hong Kong
#2 most popular
Harbour Grand Hong Kong
8.0
$228
Hotel Ease Tsuen Wan
Best value
Hotel Ease Tsuen Wan
8.0
$81

Cheap hotels in Hong Kong

These hotels and hostels are the cheapest accommodations available in Hong Kong
Pandora After 80s Hostel
Pandora After 80s Hostel
5.8
$24
(Hong Kong Island) Yha Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel
(Hong Kong Island) Yha Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel
8.0
$33
Check Inn HK
Check Inn HK
7.0
$31
Cosmic Guest House
Cosmic Guest House
7.9
$33
Day And Night Hotel - Hostel
Day And Night Hotel - Hostel
5.4
$31
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
8.0
$37

Get the best value hotel in Hong Kong

These hotels have the best prices for their ratings
Cordis, Hong Kong
Cordis, Hong Kong
9.0
$223
Yha Mei Ho House Youth Hostel
Yha Mei Ho House Youth Hostel
8.0
$41
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
Mojo Nomad Aberdeen Harbour by Ovolo
8.0
$37
(Hong Kong Island) Yha Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel
(Hong Kong Island) Yha Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel
8.0
$33
Hotel Ease Tsuen Wan
Hotel Ease Tsuen Wan
8.0
$81
Peace Guest House - Hong Kong
Peace Guest House - Hong Kong
10.0
$40

Where to stay in Hong Kong

Best places to stay in Hong Kong

Made up of the Kowloon Peninsula, Hong Kong Island and almost 200 other islands, Hong Kong is a vibrant, multicultural city with a stunning skyline and lush landscapes. Each neighbourhood offers a unique cultural and culinary experience, as well as enchanting sites and attractions.

Central, Hong Kong Island

Hong Kong’s Central Business District (CBD), Central, is a glitzy neighbourhood with towering skyscrapers, gilded malls and some of the most expensive real estate in the world. Trams running through the neighbourhood offer a unique blend of “old meets new. There is plenty of nightlife, with bars and chic restaurants in this area. Stay at one of Hong Kong’s most coveted meeting spots, the Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong hotel which overlooks the Victoria Harbour. Experience this hotel’s legendary service and you will realize why it has such a strong reputation. Just a 7-minute walk from Hong Kong station, you can stay at the award-winning Four Seasons Hong Kong hotel, which features luxury accommodation, spectacular views, and a certain exclusivity despite being located in the heart of the financial district. For a mid-range budget option, look at The Pottinger Hong Kong hotel, located on a cobbled street, just a 3-minute walk from the buzzing Lan Kwai Fong entertainment district. You will also be very close to the Central Mid-Levels escalator which connects the entire area via walkways.

Admiralty and Wan Chai

Admiralty is home to the lovely Hong Kong Park, while Wan Chai houses the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. Wan Chai is a colourful neighbourhood known for its neon-sign lit bars, budget shops, and several popular tourist attractions in the area. Enjoy luxurious accommodation in an Asian ambience full of glass, wood, and limestone at The Upper House hotel set in a modern high-rise building. It is a 5-minute walk from the Admiralty Mass Transit Railway (MTR) station. Atop the Admiralty MTR station, in the Pacific Place mall complex, enjoy an “East meets West experience at the Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong hotel. The building is a glitzy tower with 56 storeys featuring elegant rooms and 24/7 butler service. You can also opt for the spacious rooms and suites of the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong hotel set in a waterfront high-rise with a direct connection to the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. From here, it’s a short walk to the Wan Chai Star Ferry and the Wan Chai MTR.

Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island

The buzzing Causeway Bay neighbourhood is teeming with people, back-street fashion alleys, restaurants and late night bars. It’s also home to one of the busiest zebra-crossings in the world. The vast green spaces of Victoria Park provide some peace and quiet in the otherwise chaotic and hectic activity in this area. A 5-minute walk from the Causeway Bay MTR, you have boutique accommodation at the Lanson Place Hotel which features a 19th-century façade, beautifully decorated interiors, and elegant rooms with world-class service. You can also consider The Park Lane Hong Kong, a Pullman Hotel which is set right across from Victoria Park, and offers sleek rooms with excellent views of Victoria Harbour or Victoria Park.

Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

The ever-alive and vibrant Tsim Sha Tsui which can be reached by ferry is very popular amongst tourists who want to take in the stunning views of Hong Kong Island from the Star Ferry pier. This area is also home to several museums, retail shops, and office establishments. Stay at one of the top hotels in the world, The Peninsula Hong Kong. A legendary hotel established in 1928, it is known as the ‘Grand Dame of the Far East’ for its hospitality, grandeur, and elegance. If you wish to stay in sleek rooms and suites with spectacular views of Hong Kong Island, then opt for the Intercontinental Hong Kong set in a dramatic location on Kowloon’s waterfront.Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok, Kowloon

The fascinating districts of Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok are adjacent to the Tsim Sha Tsui neighbourhood. These areas transport you back in time and are a showcase of Hong King’s rich history, culture, and diversity. The interesting streets in this area have only Chinese signage, and are filled with quirky markets, souvenir stalls, food hawkers, fortune tellers and karaoke bars. In the trendy Mong Kok district, stay at the artistically-themed accommodation of Cordis Hong Kong, featuring chic rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows. It is located just a 3-minute walk from the nearest subway station. Try the bright airy rooms of the chic Hotel Stage, a boutique hotel in the heart of Kowloon.

Cheap hotels in Hong Kong

It is not easy to find cheap accommodation in Hong Kong and the city tends to stretch your wallet as a tourist. Try and book your stay in advance to enjoy better deals and bargains on accommodation. In recent years, a few newer guesthouses and hostels do offer cheaper alternatives and budget stays. Check out the Cosmic Guesthouse located atop the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station or the vibrant and stylish hostel Campus Hong Kong, located just a 7-minute walk from the Tsuen Wan MTR station. You can also consider the Salisbury YMCA of Hong Kong in Tsim Sha Tsui. Amongst budget hotels, look at the Silka West Kowloon, Hong Kong or the Bishop Lei International House hotel, located a 5-minute walk from the Central Mid-Level Escalator. You can also stay at The Imperial Hotel which offers simple, comfortable rooms, and is located in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui.


What to do in Hong Kong

‘Asia’s World City’, Hong Kong truly is a blend of cultures, cuisine, and commerce. The city boasts fantastic beaches, a glitzy and glamorous skyline and hiking trails across lush green mountain sides. There is so much to see and do that creating an itinerary may seem somewhat overwhelming. Pick these attractions for an authentic Hong Kong experience.

    Board the Wan Chai Star Ferry which docks at Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui. Take in the most spectacular views of Hong Kong Island from the Avenue of Stars promenade along the Victoria Harbour waterfront.

  • Enjoy a night race at the grand Happy Valley Racecourse which is bound by a wall of skyscrapers in the heart of the city.
  • Visit Ocean Park Hong Kong, a premium theme park offering thrill rides, animal parks, bird parks, and entertainment shows since 1977.
  • Head to the kilometre-long Ping Shan Heritage Trail, Hong Kong’s first ever trail featuring historic buildings that showcase the lifestyle, clothing, and cultural details of the powerful Tang clan.
  • In Mong Kok, go on a shopping spree at the Temple Street night market. Look for deals and bargains at the Ladies Market. Wander around the Flower Market and Goldfish Market. Watch proud owners parade their birds in gilded cages at the Bird Market.
  • Visit The Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery which features a 9-storey pagoda, and nearly 12,000 miniature Buddha statues. It is located in the Pai Tau Village. Another notable temple to visit is the Wong Tai Sin Temple, popular for its fortune-tellers.
  • Enjoy impressive views of Hong Kong and the culturally-themed landscaped garden, Ngong Ping Village, on the 25-minute ride in the glass-bottomed Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car. View the gigantic bronze statue of Tian Tan Buddha during this ride.
  • Board the historic Peak Tram at Garden Road terminus in Central, and admire city views as the trolley winds its way up the steep mountainside.
  • Enjoy a relaxed picnic or stroll in lush green Victoria Park in the middle of the urban jungle.
  • Put on your hiking boots and head to the Peak Circle Walk trail for the best panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline. For more challenging trails, head to Dragon’s Back or Lantau Island’s Sunset Peak.
  • Enjoy a drink at the highest bar in the world, Ozone, on the 118th floor of The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong hotel.
  • Sing your heart out at the local karaoke bars in Wan Chai, and enjoy delicious rice, noodles and seafood at the street side food stalls called dai pai dongs.
  • Spend a day at the Hong Kong Disneyland theme park in Penny’s Bay on Lantau Island.
  • Try to make at least a short trip to experience the Portuguese heritage and Vegas-style atmosphere of Macau which is just a 60-minute ferry ride from Hong Kong Island.

Hong Kong travel information

How long do people stay in Hong Kong?

When visiting Hong Kong the average booking length is 4 nights.

How much does a hotel cost in Hong Kong?

A hotel room in Hong Kong will generally set you back around $125 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Hong Kong?

Room prices for hotels in Hong Kong can be as much as 41% lower in the month of May. So this is a great time to book and save money.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Hong Kong?

Sunday is the cheapest day for hotel rooms in Hong Kong. Friday is the most expensive day.

How much does a hostel in Hong Kong cost?

Hong Kong Hostels typically cost in the region of $28 a night for each person. This price is taken from hostels and hotels with a 2 star or below rating. Hostels are very economical and come out on average $97 cheaper than the average price of a hotel in Hong Kong.


Popular flight routes to Hong Kong

Find the cheapest flights to Hong Kong on popular routes
Sydney to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
9h 10m
Cheapest price
$629
Melbourne to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
9h 05m
Cheapest price
$670
Perth to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
7h 50m
Cheapest price
$694
Brisbane to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
13h 30m
Cheapest price
$877
Adelaide to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
27h 15m
Cheapest price
$889
Coffs Harbour to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
46h 00m
Cheapest price
$961
Cairns to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
20h 25m
Cheapest price
$962
Hobart to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
25h 10m
Cheapest price
$1,208
Canberra to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
21h 20m
Cheapest price
$1,260
Newcastle to Hong Kong
Fastest flight time
26h 30m
Cheapest price
$1,331
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