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Hong Kong boasts a highly developed and sophisticated transport network. Whether by airport express, buses, ferry, or taxi, you can go to & from Hong Kong airport very easily. Also, there’re plenty of choices for you to get around when doing Hong Kong tours, and have a wonderful glimpse of this city, such as subway, taxi, ferry, bus, and tram, etc.
The Airport Express is a part of Mass Transit Railway system (MTR), linking Hong Kong International Airport to Hong Kong's principal urban areas - Hong Kong Island's Central and Kowloon. It provides comfortable, business-class seating and seatback TVs with flight information, news, and entertainment programs. Most airlines have their In-town Check-in service at both the Hong Kong Station and Kowloon Station, where Airport Express passengers can check in from one day in advance up to 90 minutes before take-off. Moreover, passengers at all Airport Express stations can enjoy free porter service that helps carry luggage to the airport. All Airport Express Stations offer Free Shuttle Service which well connects the stations and major hotels.
Notes:- Fares for child 3-11 are 50% or above; Child under 3 free-Round trip ticket valid one month- Free return journey if made on same day.
Group Ticket Special Promotion
Group Single Journey Tickets are available for groups of 2, 3 or 4 people offering discounts of up to 40%. The group must travel together and tickets are valid only on the day of issue.
Octopus Card Free MTR Connection
Passengers using Octopus Card to pay for travel on the Airport Express can enjoy free travel on the whole of the MTR network (including the mainland border stations of Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau) to or from any Airport Express Station provided all connections are made within one hour of each other.
Bus on five routes: Line A, E, N, S, R connects Hong Kong International Airport to major locations in Hong Kong Island and Kowloon.
The fares are less than half the price of the train fare, and considerably cheaper than a taxi.
For more details:www.hongkongairport.com/eng/transport/to-from-airport/bus_from_hkia.html
Hotel Coach transfer passengers from Hong Kong International Airport to major hotels at Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories. There are some providers for you to choose: SkyeXpress, Airport-Hotelink, Vigor Holdings, and Parklane Limousine.
Airport-to-Hotel Limousine Service
For details: www.hongkonglimo.com/html/rate.html
If you take a taxi from or to Hong Kong International Airport, please pay attention to its color. Three colors: red, green and blue respectively standing for taxis' operating areas in Hong Kong.
HK Airport is linked to 8 ports in China's Pearl River Delta (PRD) and Macao via high-speed ferries operated by SkyPier. Passengers can take the ferries to transit into or out of the PRD without the need to go through immigration procedures or reclaim baggage at HK airport.
Notes: SkyPier Ferry only runs between HK Airport and ports of PRD and Macao; Passengers can't transit into Hong Kong from the airport via this transport.
Coach from/to Mainland China
There are five services providers taking you to Mainland from HK International Airport by coach. Major arrival mainland cities are in Guangzhou Province, the other three ones are in Guangxi, Fujian and Xiamen Province. Details of specific routes should be contacted with individual providers(details below). Additional, the boarding point is located at Coach Sation of Terminal 2, and their coach service counters are at Counter C01-C14, Coach Station of Terminal 2.
Door-to-Door Luxurious Limo Service from/ to Mainland
China door-to-door luxurious service transfers you can take a private limousine from HK International Airport to major cities in Guangdong including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Huizhou, Dongguan, and Zhongshan. It is absolutely faster, more convenient, and comfortable for those travelers who'd like the private and luxurious service. Drivers are fluent English speakers.
Airport Rehabus provided by the Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation helps disable or elderly people access to schools, hospitals, clinics, hotels, and scenic spots. Rehabs are equipped with a lift at the back entrance and facilities like wheelchairs, handrails, and lift tables, which can meet disable people's special needs and guarantee maximum safety and convenience. This accessible transport service consists of four types: Scheduled Route Service, Dial-a-Ride Service, Pooled Dial-a-Ride Service, Feeder Service.
Book the rehabs as early as possible. 7 working days in advance is suggested.
"Fast, efficient, convenient, suitable fare and tidy" are all description of MTR (Mass Transit Railway) subway in Hong Kong.
Apart from the Airport Express, there are six lines covering the whole of Hong Kong: the Island, Tsen Wan, Kwun Tong, Tseung Kwan O, Tung Chung, and Disneyland Resort.
Besides, the MTR operates a Light Rail system from Yuen Long to Tuen Mun in the New Territories and a city chain between the mainland and Hong Kong.
Service Hours:6:00 am - 1:00 am (different serving time for every line)
Ticket Types: Octopus Card & Single Journey
Tickets Fares: http://www.mtr.com.hk/eng/fares_tickets/index.html
Map: MTR network Map
Most visitors make it as first consideration to explore southern Hong Kong Island and the New Territories.
Double-deckers and coaches are the two main types of Hong Kong Public Buses.
The range of fares is based on the distance and how many sections included. All routes are operated by private companies. Citybus is one example that operates different large amount route and offers well-equipped facilities such as air-conditioner and free WIFI.
Minibusses (Light Buses)
Minibusses are grounded into green ones and red ones: Green Mini Buses (GMB) are operated by big companies and more organized, so all routes and fares are fixed; passengers are required to pay when boarding. Red Mini Buses are mostly operated by individuals, so the routes and fares are not fixed; passengers are required to pay when getting off.
A minibus can pick up 16 passengers, and it won't stop if full unless someone asks for getting off. If you could speak some Cantonese, this would be your options.
More for GMB service schedule details
There is no better way to experience hong kong local culture than by hopping on a tram.
It is locally called as "Ding Ding" for its unique sound when driving. As Hong Kong's most ancient mode of transport, the team has been playing an essential part of Hong Kong Island's daily life for over a century.
The tramway runs from Kennedy Town to Shau Kei Wan along the harbourside of Hong Kong Island, offering one of the best views in town.
Operated from 1888, the over 120-year-old Peak Tram has been playing important parts not only within Hong Kong transport network but also with Hong Kong's history and culture.
It is the best way to get to Victoria Peak and have a bird's eye view of Hong Kong's cityscape.
Taxis in Hong Kong are grouped into 3 types with 3 colors: red, green, and blue. Different colors represent the taxis'different operating areas.
Many regular ferry routes connect Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and Outlying Islands, and also Macau and nearby cities in Mainland China.
Octopus card is highly recommended to use on transport in Hong Kong. It is a rechargeable contactless stored value smart card widely used at almost all public transport, and also used for payment at convenience stores, supermarkets, fast-food restaurants, on-street parking meters, car parks, and other point-of-sale applications such as service stations and vending machines.
For more details, please visit: http://www.octopus.com.hk/home/en/index.html
Or call: +852 2266 2222
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