Going to HK in mid-Nov


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behyx

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Hi guys!

From your experiences, is there any cheap flights during mid nov? Has the HK winterfest started? and during that time, do I need slightly warm clothings?

TIA.
 

tryne

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cheapest airline would be jetstair loh..
common airlines would be cathay pacific or united..
its cheaper after Nov 16/18..
u can contact the tour agencies to compare the prices..
 

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cheapest airline would be jetstair loh..
common airlines would be cathay pacific or united..
its cheaper after Nov 16/18..
u can contact the tour agencies to compare the prices..
Ah! after 16/18 nov.. cool! i will take note of it.. So usually they will throw the promotion before that ya?
 

tryne

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Ah! after 16/18 nov.. cool! i will take note of it.. So usually they will throw the promotion before that ya?
if by cathay/united... before and after 16/18 nov got difference of around 30 bucks..
do check out the travel agencies at people's park centre (near chinatown mrt station)..
 

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Hi guys!

From your experiences, is there any cheap flights during mid nov? Has the HK winterfest started? and during that time, do I need slightly warm clothings?

TIA.
jetstart asia is the cheapest but very small seats..

singapore airlines and cathay pacific are the best flights to hong kong, but must pay a bit more.

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HK Winterfest this year starts in 24/11. http://www.discoverhongkong.com/hkwf/eng/festival_overview/festival_overview.html

These 2 years, the winters have been slow and mild. We just experienced the hottest october in decades this year; November seems slightly cooler than last year, but is still warm. You might want to bring a light jacket even so, because air-conditioning in many shopping centres here can be really freezing! But for November, those thick cold-climate clothes are not necessary. But from mid-December onwards, you may need thicker jackets.

Hope this helps
 

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