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Flights from Vancouver (YVR) to Hong Kong (HKG)

Flight route information

Cathay Pacific offers direct flights to Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) from Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Flights from YVR to HKG take 13 hours 15 minutes and bring you to Terminal 1 in Hong Kong.

Flying to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific

Book your Vancouver to Hong Kong flight with Cathay Pacific and experience our modern aircraft, which have been carefully designed with your comfort and convenience in mind.

During your flight, you’ll receive international standards of service and hospitality courtesy of our attentive crew. You will also have access to our inflight content library, which features the latest in Hollywood films, complete TV box sets, and acclaimed podcasts. Cathay Pacific also offers inflight Wi-Fi services so you can stay connected with the world on your journey with us from Vancouver (YVR) to Hong Kong (HKG).


Why you should book directly with Cathay Pacific

Booking directly with Cathay Pacific means customisable bookings, round-the-clock support, extra Air Asia miles, bank rebates, and much more. Best of all, you don’t have to worry about any hidden fees or service charges courtesy of our transparent booking system.

Cathay members are eligible for a variety of benefits. ‘Hold your fare’ allows you to secure the price of your flight for 72 hours prior to confirming your booking. Furthermore, members can also enjoy the 24-hour free cancellation which allows you to travel with greater peace of mind.


Hong Kong visa requirements

Guarantee a hassle-free trip to Hong Kong by checking the city’s visa requirements. You can visit the IATA Travel Centre for further information and specific destination requirements.


Introducing Hong Kong International Airport (HKG)

Hong Kong International Airport offers arrivals a plethora of facilities and amenities designed to improve their journey. Before continuing on into the city, stop by the restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops within the terminal. You will also find ATMs, complimentary showers, baggage storage services, and special assistance for any passenger that may require it.


Upon your arrival in Hong Kong

The most convenient route into the city centre from the airport is via taxi, taking approximately 30-50 minutes. Another quick option is to hop on the Airport Express, which stops at several transport hubs including the centrally-located Hong Kong Station in 25 minutes. Outside the terminal are several bus routes which run regularly and service all major points in the city.


Things to do in Hong Kong

Once a small fishing village, Hong Kong has transformed into a thriving international business hub that boasts a world renowned skyline, glitzy shopping malls, and vibrant nightlife.

We recommend beginning your trip with a visit to Victoria Peak to witness some of the most renowned and picturesque skyline views. A convenient way of getting there is the Peak Tram, which starts on Garden Road in Admiralty and makes its way through the lush mountainside all the way to the top. Apart from the spectacular views, you will find plenty to do at Victoria Peak like shopping in the Peak Galleria, dining in one of many restaurants, or embarking on a leisurely circular walk.

Hong Kong is known around the world for being a shoppers’ paradise - and it certainly does not disappoint. On Hong Kong Island, you will find several luxury shopping malls including Landmark in Central, Times Square in Causeway Bay, and Pacific Place in Admiralty. Cross the harbour and you will see many more such as Harbour City and K11 MUSEA in Tsim Sha Tsui. Hong Kong also hosts numerous smaller malls catering to niche hobbies like vintage camera gear, numismatics, and more.

Despite its reputation as a bustling metropolis, Hong Kong has a wide expanse of country parks and rolling emerald-green mountains. A range of hiking routes caters to everyone - beginner and expert hikers alike. For a more relaxed route, head to Dragon’s Back for panoramic views of Hong Kong Island’s southern coast. Alternatively, Kowloon Peak is a more challenging yet highly rewarding hike with views spanning the peninsula, harbour, and island all in one.

Those looking for a fun-filled day will find plenty to do in Hong Kong. Both Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland guarantee a good time - especially for families. You can also hop on a ferry to one of the city’s many outlying islands: Cheung Chau and Peng Chau are great places to explore winding village streets, relax on a beach, and experience a more traditional way of life.


Hotel recommendations in Hong Kong

Before travelling with Cathay Pacific, book your stay at one of Hong Kong’s most renowned hotels to earn exciting rewards including special accommodation, room upgrades, and access to lounge facilities. Hotels such as Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, and Rosewood Hong Kong are great places to relax, dine, and return to after a day exploring Asia’s World City. You will also be able to earn miles when you book a holiday package or a hotel.


Food to eat in Hong Kong

With such a culturally diverse population, Hong Kong is a top-tier destination for international food options. Head to districts like Central, Causeway Bay, and Tsim Sha Tsui to dine in restaurants serving Japanese, Western, and countless Southeast Asian cuisines. Hong Kong’s vibrant nightlife is best experienced in the district of Lan Kwai Fong, which is renowned for being the ideal place to grab a cocktail at a trendy rooftop bar and watch the surrounding high-rises illuminate the sky.

In and amongst all this is also an incredibly flavoursome and unique local cuisine. During your stay, be sure to try local dishes like macaroni soup, satay beef noodles, and juicy pork chops - all of which can be found in local dai pai dongs (open-air restaurants). If you want a light meal, cha chaan tengs (Hong Kong-style cafes) are dotted around the city and serve cheerful dishes like Hong Kong-style French toast, pineapple buns, and milk tea.


Hong Kong travel tips

There’s plenty to remember when flying to a new destination. Here is some information that you should know before your flight to Hong Kong.


Frequently asked questions

How long is the flight from Vancouver to Hong Kong?

Direct flights from Vancouver (YVR) to Hong Kong (HKG) take around 13 hours 15 minutes. During your flight, take advantage of our newly expanded content library, which features Hollywood films, platinum-selling albums, fun games and more.

What plane will I be flying on?

Our Vancouver to Hong Kong flights operate on our fleet of modern Boeing 777s, Airbus A330s, and A350s. Learn more about our fleet. The aircraft model may change due to availability.

How much baggage am I allowed to take when I fly to Hong Kong with Cathay Pacific?

Baggage allowance is based on the total weight of all your baggage. Passengers may check in bags according to the entitled weight allowance for their travel class. Read more about our baggage policy.

What exciting offers can you expect from Cathay Pacific?

Explore an exciting array of benefits when booking your next trip with Cathay Pacific, including our new economy fares, which give you greater choice, versatility, and value. Our latest flight and holiday package offers are regularly updated, so you can take advantage of our special fares and venture on memorable trips around the world.