Flying into Hong Kong

Hong Kong International Airport is a modern world class airport. It features a complete range of services and amenities, restaurants, transport services and even shopping. The airport is located at Chep Lap Kok which is about 30-40 km from Kowloon or Central.

Click here to see the arrival process.  You can choose airport express, public buses and taxi to leave the airport and reach the urban center. Click here to see the departures process and here to know more about the transmit process.

 Getting from the Airport to Kowloon, Tsim Sha Tsui, Central, Causeway Bay etc.

The Airport Express Train


Hong Kong Airport Express is one of the world’s leading Airport railway systems. It will cost you around 100 HKD and about 25 minutes to Central. The whole journey is quick and comfortable.  Click here to know more about Airport Express.

Bus: Hong Kong International Airport is well served by public bus routes, taking passengers to and from most parts of city. Public bus service in Hong Kong is comfortable and relatively inexpensive. Click here to know more about Hong Kong Public Buses.

Taxi: Arriving tourists can pick up a taxi at the Taxi Station, which can be reached by the left-hand ramp outside the Arrivals Hall. It will take you about 300 HKD to reach Central. Click here to know more about taxis in Hong Kong.

Getting around Hong Kong

For public transport, apart form the Airport Express, Buses and Taxis mentioned above, there is also the MTR, Trams and Ferry services.

MTR (aka Metro or Subway) is the most popular and convenient transportation option in Hong Kong. If you are familiar with this and Airport Express, then you can get to any part of the city quickly and cheaply. Click here to know more about it.

Trams have over 100 years history in Hong Kong. Trams move slowly in downtown so if you want to enjoy the view of the city then they are your best choice. If you want to explore the history of the prosperous Hong Kong, this is what you can’t miss. Click here to know more about it.

Peak Tram: The best way to get to the Victoria Peak is to take the Peak Tram. You can enjoy the views over Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and Victoria Harbour during the journey. Click here to know more about it.



Visitors coming by cruise vessels will be arriving at Harbour Control at Ocean Terminal which is the sole cruise terminal in Hong Kong at present. For visitors coming from Macau or China, they will be landing at the following sea control points: China Ferry Terminal at Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal at Sheung Wan as well as Tuen Mun Ferry Terminal at Tuen Mun. Click here to know more about Hong Kong Ferry.


Train to Hong Kong

Travellers entering Hong Kong from Mainland China are mainly at Lo Wu station and Lok Ma Chau station. You can take the MTR train from either of these stations and get just about anywhere in HK. Click here to know more about Hong Kong trains.