If it is your first time to visit Hong Kong, you may want to spend more time there to completely immerse yourself in this fascinating city. Usually we recommend a stay of only one or two days to just hit the main highlights, such as Victoria Peak, Repulse Bay, Aberdeen Fishing Village and the Stanley Market before moving on to Mainland China.From Hong Kong, you can choose from many gateway cities in Mainland China before moving on to Tibet.We recommend 4 or 5 days to explore around Lhasa to allow enough time to visit the Potala Palace, the sacred monasteries and nearby holy lakes. If you have more time, you can extend your visit to Tibet with a trip to Shigatse (add 2 days), Mount Everest (add 4 days), Namtso Lake (add 1 day), Nyingchi (add 3 days) as some examples.
Currently, there is no direct flight from Hongkong to Lhasa. You can fly from Hongkong to mainland China firstly and then take train or flight to Lhasa from There. It is quite easy to fly to mainland China from Hongkong. Most of travelers would choose Chengdu, Beijing or Shanghai as the transit city. By choosing our Hongkong Tibet Tour Packakge, we can help you book the flight/train tickets.More
Currently, there is no direct train or direct flight available from Hongkong to Tibet. You need to transfer from the main cities in mainland China like Beijing, Xian, Chengdu, Shanghai, Guangzhou, etc. Most of the customers would choose Xining or Chengdu as their first destination before they take the flight or train to Lhasa.More
There is no direct train from Hongkong to Lhasa, you have to transfer from the mainland China. You can choose to fly from Hongkong to the following cities firstly: Guangzhou, Chengdu, Chongqing, Xian, Beijing or Xining, then board the train from either one of these cities.More