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69,873 20,305 January 11, 2019 at 09:38 AM in Travel & Vacations (7) Get Expedia coupons Coupons
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Promoted 01-11-2019 by SubZero5 at 12:07 PM View Original Post
Singapore Airlines offers Nonstop Roundtrip Flights from San Francisco (SFO) to Hong Kong (HKG) for ~$546 on select dates listed below. Book flights on Expedia, Priceline, Travelocity or directly with Singapore Airlines. Thanks serra

Travel Availability:
  • Departs SFO: Feb 25; March 13; April 23, 29-30; May 1-2, 6-8, 14; Aug 19-22, 26-29; Sept 2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 23-26, 30; Oct 2-3, 7-10, 14-16, 21-24, 28-30; Nov 4-7, 11-14, 18-20
  • Returns: good availability returns 7, 8, 10 or 14 days duration
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Edited January 11, 2019 at 10:24 AM by annie930ny
Singapore Airlines, a Skytrax certified rated 5 out of 5 Stars for the World's Best Airline have round trip airfares travelling from San Francisco (SFO) to Hong Kong (HKG) for $546, nonstop!

Travel AVailability:

Departs SFO: Feb 25; March 13; April 23, 29-30; May 1-2, 6-8, 14; Aug 19-22, 26-29; Sept 2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 23-26, 30; Oct 2-3, 7-10, 14-16, 21-24, 28-30; Nov 4-7, 11-14, 18-20

Returns: good availability returns 7, 8, 10 or 14 days duration

To book this, enter travel information on known and reputable OTAs such as Expedia [expedia.com], Priceline [priceline.com], Travelocity [travelocity.com] or directly with Singapore Airlines [singaporeair.com]. Bundling hotel with airfare will save money.

Discover Hong Kong [lonelyplanet.com], courtesy of Lonely Planet

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How China treats Americans these days? Otherwise I'd probably visit it (:
Americans always thinking that the world are against them. Bulshit
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Chase Ultimate Rewards points works for this deal as it is now powered by Expedia. Got 2 RT tickets in late September for 72,000 points using my Sapphire Reserve account and booking through Chase.

Makes each ticket about $360.

Thanks!
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Is this really that slick of a deal? I've gone to China 5x but not on this airline. I rarely pay more than this. And I come from farther away and smaller airport. Maybe this airline is typically pricier? I've gone AA, United and Air China.

In Nov. it cost us $680 but that was only bc we bought extended leg room (stupid UAL wouldnt let us use Systemwide Upgrades since we paid less than $1K for each ticket. Hence the reason we are leaving their Premier 1K sham and switching airlines). Base price of the ticket was around $500. I have found China much more affordable than Europe, at least from the western US, anyway.
Air China, AA, and United are crap compare to Singapore or Cathay.
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Repped, great deal for general travel / non-frequent flyers on one of the best airlines!

For frequent flyers: sample dates booked into K class for me, which earns 50% miles for Singapore's FF program, and 0 miles for Alaska's MileagePlus program. Alaska Elites (especially Gold/75k) might be better off waiting for a deal that earns miles given the distance of the flight.
Great info!!! If you are Alaska Mileage, you better stick to redeem Business class Cathay to Asia with the free layover in Hong Kong for 50k one-way.
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Can you get china visa, at shenzhan train station?

This is the train station to cross over to china. Can you get a 3 day visa to china there? Many thanks in advance!
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Did you not read my post? It was originating from Vietnam. It wasn't available the other way around.
Were people successful in getting their tickets for that deal? I didn't follow the comments section since the deal was gone by the time I went to check it. They even mentioned to NOT book any non-refundable flights or hotels until the person got their tickets confirmed.

N/M it looks like it was honored.
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I've been thinking of taking a trip this year to Hong Kong for the first time and up pops up this deal. Very nice. How long are these deals typically good for?

Any tips on where to stay (not looking to stay anywhere fancy, good value/location is more important) or must see places/things to do? Plan to go to Disneyland there with elementary school aged kids. And I heard that hiking up to Victoria's Peak is another thing to do. Appreciate any recommendations.
Other than all the popular places, I will recommend Taikuun. It was the prison, police station and courthouse during the British time. It is now used as museum/restaurants/bar/exhibition. Also quite pretty at night.
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Can you get china visa, at shenzhan train station?

This is the train station to cross over to china. Can you get a 3 day visa to china there? Many thanks in advance!
Not sure you meant to get the so-called "Shenzhen visa", which allows you to stay in Shenzhen for couple of days or the actual China visa upon arrival at a port of entry into Mainland China. I believe you can get the first one on arrival. Not sure about the actual China Visa
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Agree completely!!! I travel frequently to SE Asia and feel I am usually treated better there than here in USA.
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Americans always thinking that the world are against them. Bulshit
Not exactly the entire world. Just by the Chinese and Russian. We have a lot to fear of these 2 countries who don't believe in human rights, free speech and democracy.
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Any way I could avoid stepping into San Francisco?
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Any way I could avoid stepping into San Francisco?
Airport is really next to Millbrae/South San Francisco. You will need to deal with a lot of tech bros around no matter what Bay Area port you transit, thick as locusts.
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I've been thinking of taking a trip this year to Hong Kong for the first time and up pops up this deal. Very nice. How long are these deals typically good for?

Any tips on where to stay (not looking to stay anywhere fancy, good value/location is more important) or must see places/things to do? Plan to go to Disneyland there with elementary school aged kids. And I heard that hiking up to Victoria's Peak is another thing to do. Appreciate any recommendations.
You don't have to hike up Victoria, there is a tram that takes you up there. The view is really awesome.

On the way to Disneyland you can also go to Tian Tan Buddha and hike up all the way up to the Buddha. You'll have to either take a bus up there or gondola.

As far as places to stay, you'll end up staying either on the Kowloon side or Hong Kong island side.

Great food at all different price point including a dim sum chain with 1 Michelin star (Tim Ho Wan).

Yelp is not used as much as "openrice" for review sites.

If you have time, take a boat or now you can drive to Macau. Lots of cool historic stuff in Macau with its unique Portuguese influences...
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You don't have to hike up Victoria, there is a tram that takes you up there. The view is really awesome.

On the way to Disneyland you can also go to Tian Tan Buddha and hike up all the way up to the Buddha. You'll have to either take a bus up there or gondola.

As far as places to stay, you'll end up staying either on the Kowloon side or Hong Kong island side.

Great food at all different price point including a dim sum chain with 1 Michelin star (Tim Ho Wan).

Yelp is not used as much as "openrice" for review sites.

If you have time, take a boat or now you can drive to Macau. Lots of cool historic stuff in Macau with its unique Portuguese influences...
Thanks for the tips. Adding it to my research notes. I also found quite a few suggestions from youtube videos as well.
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Curious for the uneducated on this. How are these deals found/formed? Being at this price point and already having set dates practically a year out.
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Airport is really next to Millbrae/South San Francisco. You will need to deal with a lot of tech bros around no matter what Bay Area port you transit, thick as locusts.
Too true!
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