Hong Kong Airport

How to take a ferry from HKIA to Mainland/Macao

Passengers transferring to PRD & Macao Ports must:  Transfer to PRD & Macao ports on the same day upon arrival at HKIA • Possess the following items: 1. An air ticket/ e-ticket/ boardingpass stub 2. A valid ferry ticket 3. A valid passport and, if applicable,a visa for intended destination(China/ Macao) Passengers transferring at HKIA from PRD & Macao Ports ...

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Hong Kong Airport Ferries to and from Mainland /Macao

CKS (Services to / from Shenzhen Shekou, Shenzhen Fuyong, Dongguan Humen, Macao Maritime Ferry Terminal, Macao Taipa, Zhongshan, Zhuhai and Guangzhou Lianhuashan) Take a ferry from Hong Kong International Airport to Mainland is convenient  (More information  how to take a ferry from HKIA to Mainland/Macao) From HKIA to Shenzhen Shekou From Hong Kong International Airport to Shenzhen Shekou Route No ...

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Free shuttle bus from Hong Kong Airport to hotel

The Airport Express Shuttle-bus is a complimentary add-on service provided exclusively for Airport Express passengers travelling between Hong Kong or Kowloon stations and major hotels and railway interchanges. Before boarding, please show proof of eligibility including Airport Express train tickets (Single Journey, Same Day Return, Round Trip, Airport Express Travel Pass), Airline ticket / boarding pass, Airport Staff Octopus, AsiaWorld-Expo ...

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Hong Kong Airport Shuttle Bus

Hong Kong International Airport is well served by public bus routes, taking passengers to and from most parts of Hong Kong. Comfortable and relatively inexpensive, they offer a convenient transport option from Hong Kong Airport to major districts in the city .Hong Kong Airport shuttle buses are divided into different routes, "A" Routes (Airbus Services), "E" Routes (External Bus Services), ...

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Other travel options from the Hong Kong Airport

The Airport Express is almost always the best and quickest way to get to the city. In a taxi it’s a long ride and it will take longer than the train. If you’re concerned about finding your hotel, take the Airport Express and catch a taxi at the other end. If you aren’t in a rush, it is worth considering ...

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Paying and tickets for the Hong Kong Airport Express

There are a number of ticket options available for riding the Airport Express. If you’re in Hong Kong for more than a couple of days the best advice is to get yourself an Octopus Cards. These pre-paid travel cards let you swipe in and out of most transport in the city. You can purchase a card from the manned ticket ...

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Where does the Hong Kong Airport Express stop?

The Airport Express only makes a couple of stops. It does travel in two directions from the Airport. The final stop on its journey – and the direction you don’t want to go – is to Asia World Expo – the convention centre popular for events and concerts. Going into town the Airport Express stops at Tsing Yi, for connections ...

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Where to catch the Hong Kong Airport Express?

The Airport Express is built in to the front of the airport terminal building – you don’t need to go outside – and is very well sign posted from inside the terminal. There are no staffs on the trains and you can either buy tickets before you board, at the manned or automated ticket machines, or just get straight on ...

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Hong Kong Airport Express Travel Pass

Hong Kong Airport Express Travel Pass is your ideal choice to get around town. This pass allows you to travel not only to and from the Airport, but also within the city. Choose either a HK$220 or HK$300 Airport Express Travel Pass (return the pass to get a refund of HK$50) with 1 or 2 single journey on the Airport ...

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Hong Kong Airport Express

The Airport Express is one of the lines of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) serving Hong Kong. It links the principal urban areas of Hong Kong to Hong Kong International Airport and the associated AsiaWorld-Expo exhibition and convention centre. With the Airport Express, you are never far from town. There is a train every 10 minutes, ready to whisk you ...

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