4140 km/2572 miles
5 hours 55 minutes from Almaty to
Hong Kong, 6 hours 45 minutes from Hong Kong to Almaty
GMT +8 (year round)
Hong Kong has a
sub-tropical climate with distinct seasons. The only predictable weather events
that could have a significant impact on your travel plans are typhoons which
usually happen between May to November.
Spring (March to May)Temperature and humidity are rising. Evenings can be
Average Temperature: 17oC – 26 oC
Summer (June to
Hot, humid and sunny, with occasional showers and thunderstorms. The
temperature can exceed 31°C but high humidity levels can make it feel even
Average Temperature: 26oC – 31 oC
Autumn (September to
November)There are pleasant breezes, plenty of sunshine and
comfortable temperatures. Many people regard these as the best months of the
year to visit Hong Kong.
Average Temperature: 19oC – 28 oC
Winter (December to
February)Cool, dry and cloudy, with occasional cold fronts. The
temperature can drop below 10°C in urban areas.
Average Temperature: 12oC – 20 oC
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is located about 40 km from city
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is served by a highly efficient
and comprehensive transport network, making it easy to get to and from.
The Airport Express links HKIA directly to Hong Kong's central business
district and buses connect the airport with most part of the city.
While taxis and coaches provide additional choices for passengers, there
are also limousines which take passengers to their destinations directly.
Kazakhstan passport holders DO
NOT REQUIRE A VISA to enter into HKG for a maximum stay of 14 days.
Hong Kong Dollar (HKD)
Notes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, 1000
Government: 08:45–17:45, Monday to Friday
Banks: 09:00–17:00, Monday to Friday & 09:00–13:00 on Saturday
Shops: 10:00–22:00, Monday to Sunday
Cantonese & English
220V, 50Hz. The
majority of electrical outlets in Hong Kong take a three-pronged UK-style plug.
International car rental
companies, taxis, public buses, tram, ferry and metro (MTR).
at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta on the coast of southern China, Hong
Kong’s geographical position as a gateway between the East and West has made it
an attractive centre for international trade. As a reflection of this, the
heart of Asia’s world city has always been the bustling and beautiful Victoria
Harbour. Hong Kong Island lies to the south of the harbour, while the Kowloon
Peninsula forms its northern shores. To the north of Kowloon lies the New
Territories, which stretch all the way to Mainland China. Hong Kong is also
home to more than 200 Outlying Islands, including Lantau Island, where Hong
Kong International Airport is located.