Hong Kong



Note: I would like  to share with  you  through  these few words, photographs and hyperlinked websites, a 3 Dimensional  experience as though you were  actually there with  us. Click on any photograph and it should enlarge to a different size ….. at least half screen or size full screen. It will be clearer in detail than the photo on the post. It will be as if you were  really there looking at the actual  scene. You are an arm chair traveller with us.


Hong Kong Airport

The Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) is a statutory body wholly owned by the Hong Kong SAR Government. Established in 1995, the AA is responsible for the operation and development of Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). The AA is governed by the Airport Authority Ordinance.

We had never been to Hong Kong Airport ….. it is huge being an International Airport. We stayed at the Regal Hotel attached to the Airport. See the notes and photographs below.



SKYCITY:  A New World-Class Destination at Hong Kong International Airport:

Covering approximately 25 hectares of land, SKYCITY is one of the largest commercial projects in Hong Kong and is set to transform Hong Kong International Airport from a city’s airport into an “Airport City”.

Situated at Hong Kong International Airport, adjacent to the passenger terminals, SKYCITY will be a major integrated development comprises retail complexes, dining areas, hotels, entertainment facilities and offices. Serving both local and overseas visitors, SKYCITY is poised to become the new landmark of Hong Kong.


Regal Airport Hotel  …. Adjacent to the Airport

Regal Airport Hotel Hong Kong has been recognized as the World’s Best Airport Hotel by Business Traveller magazine. Directly connected to the passenger terminal of Hong Kong International Airport and only a two-minute walk away, the Hotel is also in close proximity to the AsiaWorld-Expo Convention Centre.



This high-rise hotel works hard to match the sheer splendor of its views over Hong Kong with lavish, distinctive décor. Vast expanses of marble, glittering chandeliers, and elaborate Baroque styling create a memorable look from the moment you arrive — complemented by exceptional facilities including a sleek rooftop pool, award-winning Cantonese cuisine, and spacious, sumptuous guestrooms. Regal Hong Kong Hotel’s enviable location in one of the city’s most dynamic districts means great shopping, eating, and sightseeing are on your doorstep.

  • 481 rooms and suites with magnificent views of Victoria Harbor and the city skyline
  • Enjoy award-winning Cantonese cooking and contemporary Italian cuisine
  • Feel on top of the world with a dip in the rooftop pool
  • Perfectly placed for exploring lively and bustling Causeway Bay
  • 20 multi-purpose function rooms perfect for conferences, meetings, or events
  • Upgrade to the Executive floors for complimentary extras including cocktails and a mini-bar

Our room with the bed and table and the lounge you could sit up and eat some supplied fruit. It is always with some anticipation we discover our room seeing we do a lot of travelling. This room didn’t disappoint us as it looked out on planes coming in from around the world and Victoria Harbor and the city skyline. See the photos below.

Harriet  (my wife) with some of our gear.

We were high up on a floor in our hotel  and we could

look way down and see the swimming pool on the ground floor.

From our room we could see planes coming in from around the world and Victoria Harbor.

The breakfast room  we could go down and have breakfast as part of our room deal. We could also go down and get a free coffee or tea in the morning  or afternoon  for a coffee break.  You could also go down and sit in one of the many lounge chairs and just read.