Hong Kong MTR Tickets & Fares

Using Octopus card will enjoy a discount of Hong Kong metro price according to the line and time. Also, it can be used in some stores, restaurants and parking lots.
 

Single Journey Ticket

Apart from Octopus Card, passengers can use Single Journey Tickets to take the Hong Kong MTR. The Hong Kong MTR fare is based on the distance traveled. There are two types of Single Journey Tickets – Adult and Concessionary, which you can purchase from the Ticket Issuing Machines in all MTR stations. Concessionary MTR price are for children aged 3 to 11 and senior citizens aged 65 or above. Students aged 12 and above traveling with Single Journey Tickets are required to pay full MTR Hong Kong price. To enjoy concessionary fares, students must travel by Personalized Octopus Card with "Student Status".

Note: Tsim Sha Tsui and East Tsui Sha Tsui are two separate stations and have separate entry and exit gates. Passengers using Single Journey Tickets change Lines here need to purchase two separate tickets. The first ticket is collected upon exit at the first station while another one should be bought at the second station for the next journey. Alternatively, passengers may choose a different route to your destination by interchanging at Kowloon Tong, Mei Foo and Nam Cheong stations where only one Single Journey Ticket is required. Hong Kong subway fare for journeys using two Single Journey Tickets are higher than those using only one Single Journey Ticket.
 

Single MTR Ticket Price

Sunny Bay – Disneyland: HKD 7.5
Central – Causeway Bay: HKD 6
Central – Wan Chai: HKD 5
Austin – Yuen Long: HKD 22
Mongkok East – Sha Tin: HKD 6.5
Central – Tsim Sha Tsui: HKD 11.5
Yau Ma Tei – Tsim Sha Tsui: HKD 5
Tsim Sha Tsui – Mongkok: HKD 6
Tsim Sha Tsui – Sham Shui Po: HKD 7.5
Sham Shui Po – Tsuen Wan: HKD 10
 

Tourist Passes

Tourist Day Pass: HKD 55

-Valid for 1 month from the day of issue
-Any 1 day of unlimited ride on MTR (except Airport Express, MTR Bus, East Rail Line First Class, Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau stations). 24 consecutive hours starting from the recorded entry time of the first journey.
-Available for online purchase
 

Child Tourist Day Pass: HKD25

-Valid for children aged 3 to 11
-Valid for 1 month from the day of issue
-Any 1 day of unlimited ride on MTR (except Airport Express, MTR Bus, East Rail Line First Class, Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau stations). 24 consecutive hours starting from the recorded entry time of the first journey.
 

Tourist Cross-boundary Travel Pass / Hong Kong MTR Tourist 3-Day Pass: HKD85 / HKD120

-Tickets can be used for any one or two consecutive days within one month from date of issue
-Unlimited ride on MTR and Light Rail (except Airport Express, East Rail Line First Class, Lo Wu and Lo Ma Chau stations)
-Travel on Light Rail only becomes effective after the first journey has been made on the MTR.
 

-This is an Octopus Card with either 1 or 2 Airport Express single journey(s) plus 3 consecutive days of unlimited ride on MTR (except Airport Express, East Rail Line First Class, Lo Wu and Lok Ma Chau stations).
-Available for Online Purchase

Note: All the tickets of Travel Passes are restricted to visitors who are non-Hong Kong residents and have stayed in Hong Kong for less than 14 days.
 

What Kind of MTR Tickets to Buy

Stay for 1 day or 5 to 7 days: Octopus Card
Stay for 4 days or need to take the Airport Express: Airport Express Travel Pass
 To Take Longer routes or take several times of MTR within one day: Tourists Day Pass
Travel between Luohu or Lok Ma Chau in Shenzhen and downtown Hong Kong: Tourist Cross-Boundary Travel Pass
A round-trip: Single ticket

- Last modified on Feb. 12, 2020 -
Questions & Answers on Hong Kong MTR Tickets & Fares
Asked by Peter from UNITED KINGDOM | Feb. 10, 2020 08:52Reply
uK Pensioners and young man with intellectual disability visiting HongKong
If we purchase 3 octopus cards at airport so we can travel on MTR trains/ transport

Can you give us an indication of prices.

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Answered by Mark from FINLAND | Feb. 12, 2020 16:54
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Yes, you can.
The recharge amount is depend on the days you stay in HK. Generally speaking, you can prepare HKD30-50 per day for one octopus card.
Asked by Dani from GERMANY | Jan. 23, 2020 07:25Reply
Hello, we are in Hong Kong from March 24th to March 26th
Which ticket we can buy if we want to drive on all 3 days and where I can buy the tickets, by the Hung Hom Station or the East Tsim Sha Tsui Station? We are 2 adults. Thank you
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Answered by Victor from GERMANY | Feb. 01, 2020 16:49
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You are suggested to purchase the Airport Express Travel Pass. It is an Octopus Card with either one or two Airport Express single journey(s) plus 3 consecutive days of unlimited travel on MTR. The price is HK$250 and HK$350 respectively with HK$50 refundable deposit.

Where to buy:
All Customer Service Centers of the Airport Express stations and all MTR station
Asked by marie from PHILIPPINES | Jan. 16, 2020 06:19Reply
Hong Kong airport express 3 day pass for kids
we're tourists with kids 8 and 10yrs old. Should i also buy them airport express pass at full price?
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Answered by Mason from CANADA | Jan. 16, 2020 19:58
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No, children 3-11 years old can enjoy a ticket discount.
Asked by Malou from PHILIPPINES | Jan. 02, 2020 21:08Reply
Are children 2 years old below free to take Hong Kong MTR? Thank you.
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Answered by Mia from MALAYSIA | Jan. 05, 2020 19:23
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Yes, you are right.
Asked by Carla from PHILIPPINES | Dec. 11, 2019 14:20Reply
What ticket to buy if we're going to Disneyland and Ngong Ping 360
Hi! We're going to HK on Jan 17-20 and we're planning to go to Disneyland and Ngong Ping 360. What ticket should we buy? We are 6adults and 1 child. We're planning to stay in Kowloon. Thank you!
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Answered by Charlie from USA | Dec. 11, 2019 17:32
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Oh, you can book the tickets on their official website. As I know, the booking page has English version. :)
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