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Flight From Phnom Penh To Hong Kong And Must-Try Sweets

Hong Kong’s dessert shops offer a stunning arrays of delicacy from light traditional Chinese sweet soups to Hong Kong fusions. Below is some information about flight from Phnom Penh to Hong Kong and the best sweet treats you should never miss when in Hong Kong.

Getting from Phnom Penh to Hong Kong

The average price for flights Phnom Penh to Hong Kong is $288. The flight takes you around 2 hours and 42 minutes. October is the time when you can find many cheap Phnom Penh to Hong Kong flights.

Cambodia Angkor Air – the National flag carrier of Cambodia, currently offers both cheap flights Phnom Penh to Hong Kong with one stop at Siem Reap (round trip) with only $130 as well as cheap flights from Hong Kong to Phnom Penh only from 550 HKD. The promotions are available on its website and valid until 31 March 2018.

Must-try sweets in Hong Kong

Red bean soup

This is a typical traditional Chinese dessert made from red adzuki beans. Sometimes, orange zest or dried tangerine peel is added to create a hint of tangy citrus. Red bean soup has a subtle and pleasant sweetness and can be served cold or hot, depending on the season.

Tofu pudding

This is another popular local sweet treat made with a soft tofu. It is traditionally served with clear syrup, coconut milk or sweetened ginger, and sometimes mixed with black bean paste. Tofu pudding is also commonly paired with red bean soup.


Tongyuen is a kind of dumpling made from glutinous rice flour and filled with a variation of sweet pastes such as black sesame, peanut, red bean or sweetened tangerine peel. Tongyuen are served in a sweet soup, often made with sweet potato and ginger.

Mango pudding

This much-coveted favourite among Hong Kong desserts is a mix of boiled sago, fresh mango, coconut milk, juicy pomelo, evaporated milk and sugar. Mango pudding is always served chilled and is a perfect antidote to the Hong Kong’s summer heat.

Steamed milk pudding

Steamed milk pudding is a must-have Hong Kong dessert. Also known as double skin milk, this creamy treat is typically made from egg white, milk and sugar which creates an incredibly smooth and silky texture. Steamed milk pudding can be served hot or cold.

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