What to do in Hong Kong Airport with a 90-minute layover
1. Head into the action
Allow 10 minutes
Head straight to the main departures concourse area by the low-numbered gates, where you’ll find restaurants and shops, all conveniently clustered together.
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3. Refuel and recharge
Allow 25 minutes
If perfectly cooked noodles are your thing, then be sure to swing by Nippon Ramen for a warming bowl of goodness. Serving up Japanese favourites such as BBQ pork tender rib or seafood ramen, the shop has a quick turnaround time of two to five minutes, leaving more time to slurp down noodles at a leisurely pace.
In holiday mode? Treat yourself to a gourmet burger and chips from Hong Kong favourite Beef & Liberty. The menu features a generous range of vegetarian and vegan options alongside their much-loved beef burgers. Just be sure to save space for the mac ’n’ cheese bites and chilli cheese fries. Alternatively, choose to grab-and-go with a sandwich or sweet treat at Maison Kayser, where the finest quality artisanal pastries and breads are all baked in-house, or with a coffee from Starbucks or Hong Kong’s own Pacific Coffee.
3. Pick up some reading material
Allow 15 minutes
Stop off at Relay and pick up your next holiday read. With international magazines and bestselling books in both English and Chinese, there’s a wealth of choice: grab a magazine for the plane, an inspirational book for hotel lounging – or a juicy novel for the beach.
4. Get set for the jet
Allow 40 minutes
We recommend that you arrive at your gate 30 minutes before departure, so allow plenty of time to get there. If you are departing from Gates 40-80, the automated people mover will get you there in a flash.