Published: 16 March 2015 by: Alanah Boxall

Spectacular sights and adventures to be had in Hong Kong

If you were looking for a reason to escape to the mysterious city of skyscrapers otherwise known as Hong Kong, then search no further as Cebu Pacific Air is now offering travellers AUD599 seats on roundtrip flights from Sydney to Hong Kong via Manila until May 31, 2015.

With its cultural sights, delicious cuisine, and vast array of art displays and festivals, this bustling city of beauty seems like the obvious choice for a memorable, romantic holiday. Cebu Pacific Air, the Phillipines' largest airline, has launched this seat sale to provide a lower cost alternative for their customers travelling to Asian destinations, giving you the opportunity to soak in all that Hong Kong has to offer.

Cebu General Manager for the Long-Haul Division Alex Reyes states “Cebu Pacific’s Manila hub is strategically positioned to provide guests with convenient flight connections between Australia and North Asia. For example, Hong Kong is only a two-hour flight from Manila, compared to four hours via other Southeast Asian hubs.”

You can explore Hong Kong's oldest temple Man Mo Temple, take in the lively Temple Street Night Markets, spend a fun filled day at Hong Kong Disneyland or be in awe of A Symphony of Lights, the world's largest permanent light and sound show, putting on a spectacle every evening. This vertical city has something to fascinate every traveller and Cebu Pacific Air can take you there at a cut-rate cost.

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