2-For-1 Flight Deal: L.A. To Hong Kong And The Maldives For Only $569
By DeAnna Taylor
If you have ever searched for a flight from the U.S. to the Maldives, you know the price is typically pretty high. However, Hong Kong Airlines wants to help you out.
The airline is currently running a promotion on limited flights from Los Angeles to Hong Kong and the Maldives for only $569 roundtrip.
That’s right, two dope Asian countries for the price of one. The promotion is valid for very limited dates. As of now, the only known routes are as follows:
Depart from L.A. on October 15 to Hong Kong. Depart from Hong Kong on October 20 to Male, Maldives. Return for L.A. on October 30.
Depart L.A. on November 5 to Hong Kong. Depart Hong Kong on November 10 to Male, Maldives. Return for L.A. on November 17.
You can use Skyscanner to help search for the low-price flights. There may be additional dates available, but the listed dates are available at the time of publishing.
This trip is great because you can get the best of both worlds. Whether you prefer city life, beach life, or both, this deal is sure to please.
When you head to Hong Kong be sure to invest in an Octopus Card. This is the card used to access the public transportation system throughout the city. It can also be used at various fast-food spots and convenience stores. Taxis tend to be expensive around Hong Kong, especially at night.
If you want a dope view of the city from a rooftop, head to Wooloomooloo Steakhouse in the Wan Chai neighborhood. You will literally feel like you’re standing on top of the city. The best view comes at night as you see all the lights from the buildings and the waterfront light up the sky.
Check out our guide on how to ball on a budget while in the Maldives here.
We can guarantee this deal won’t last long, so hop on this deal fast.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.