Hong Kong Transportation
As the fourth busiest international passenger airport in the world, it has some 750 aircraft movements every day and it operates 90 airlines to around 150 destinations around the world, including some 40 cities in Chinese Mainland. No matter where you travel from, overseas or Chinese Mainland cities, you can get there by plane.
Beijing - HK Flights
Shanghai - HK Flights
Guangzhou - HK Flights
- Airport Express
- Special Service of Airport Express
- Airport Express Travel Pass
- Airport Shuttle Bus
- Airport A21 Bus
- Airport Taxi & Rehabus
- Airport Hotel Coach & Limo
- Airport to City
- Airport to Kowloon
- Airport to Tsim Sha Tsui
- Hong Kong Airport - Guangzhou
- Hong Kong Airport to Shenzhen
- Shenzhen to Hong Kong Airport
- Transfer with PRD Cities
- Airport Amenities & Services
The Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High Speed Railway has connected Hong Kong with many cities in Mainland China including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Guilin, Kunming, Guiyang, Xiamen, Fuzhou, Changsha, and Wuhan. A few traditional style trains still run between Hong Kong and Beijing/ Shanghai/ Guangzhou, taking much longer time.
- West Kowloon Railway Station
- Hung Hom Railway Station
- HK - Guangzhou High Speed Train
- HK - Guangzhou High Speed vs. Through Trains
- HK - Shenzhen High Speed Train
- HK - Beijing High Speed Train
- HK - Shanghai High Speed Train
- HK - Guilin High Speed Train
- How to Buy High Speed Train Tickets in HK
Developed from a fishing village, this area has a lot of waters and piers. There are all together 4 cross-boundary ferry piers, one near the International Airport, one in Hong Kong (HK) Island, one in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, and one in Tuen Mun, New Territories. Star Ferry has served the city for a century which brings a great joy for passengers to take star ferry for the glittery and glamorous high-rises between Central and Tsim Sha Tsui, especially during Christmas and New Year time. For those who head for outlying islands, taking ferry seems to be the only choice. Daily direct sailings also transfer between the city and Shenzhen, Macau as well as cities of Guangdong Provinces, like Zhuhai & Zhongshan.
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, traveling between Hong Kong and Macau by land has been possible and a long-distance bus ride between takes around 2 hours generally.
Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport - HK, Hong Kong to Guangzhou Bus
Helicopters provide the most expensive yet fastest mode of transport between Hong Kong and Macau.
Transportation to Other Cities
It is compact and easy to navigate, with street, bus and subway signs clearly marked in English. Travelers can ride on subway trains, light rail, bus, minibus, ferry, tram and taxi to transport them, yet they all have their own fare system and require a new ticket each time you transfer from one to another. However, if you are going to stay there for several days, think of buying the Octopus Card, with which you can hop on and off trains, trams and most buses and ferries, not worrying about purchasing tickets each time.
The city's Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is modern, fast and easy-to-use. It is safe to say that railroads are the backbone of the whole transportation network in this area. The city's MTR network now run 10 subway lines, 1 airport express line, 1 light rail system with 12 routes and 1 tourist cable car system Ngong Ping 360. By 2016, it will have 12 subway lines, stations of which will be a stone's throw from most residential areas.
Big bus has 3 daytime routes covering Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, Aberdeen and Stanely and 1 night route in Kowloon. Passengers can hop off at any of its stops.
See more Hop on Hop off Buses in Hong KongVictoria Peak to have a full view of the beautiful scenery of the city. It is the earliest transportation means operated since 1888. Taking the tram is regarded as the best way to explore this city; thousands of visitors are delivered everyday.