Chek Lap Kok, as the airport is known, is the world’s busiest cargo gateway and one of the world’s busiest passenger airports. It replaced the former Kai Tak Aiport in 1998 and since then has grown into an important regional trans-shipment centre, passenger hub and gateway for destinations in Mainland China, with over 40 desinations and the rest of Asia. Despite the airport’s hustle and bustle, it still retains its dedication and care to its passengers.
If passengers are in transit, there are exciting entertainment options. The UA IMAX Theatre features the largest IMAX giant screen in Hong Kong and accommodates 350 people. The Aviation Discovery Centre (ADC) s decorated throughout with aviation themed exhibits and graphics with attractions including SkyDeck, and Cockpit Simulator. Dream Come True Education Park is a new to the Hong Kong Airport. It’s designed for children to experience real life work by role-playing. Children can broaden their horizons, develop independence, teamwork and social skills, while waiting for the next flight. Last but not least, the SkyCity Nine Eagles Golf Course nearby Terminal 2 and adjacent to AsiaWorld-Expo. It is Hong Kong’s first nine-hole golf created to United States Golf Association standards.
Staying true to Hong Kong’s food obsession, Terminal 1 and 2 is full of food options. From Chinese restaurants to Hong Kong style coffee shops, from fast food to western fare, even dessert shops, this airport has it all. Be sure to eat at Chen Fu Ji. It’s cuisine has a distinctive philosophy, believing in the use of premium sauces and high-quality natural ingredients. culinary culture.
Any international airport wouldn’t be complete without shopping, especially duty free. DFS Duty Free offers a comprehensive selection of the finest liquor and tobacco around the world. Exquisite quality and duty-free price make the shopping trip irresistible.