Transportation in Hong Kong

Getting to HKCEC

From Hong Kong International Airport

  • 24 minutes to Hong Kong Island by Airport Express (Hong Kong station then transfer to headquarter hotels with free shuttle bus).
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  • 45 minutes by taxi – You must take a red taxi (only red taxis operate on Hong Kong Island, blue and green taxis operate on other islands).
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  • 40 minutes by MTR (Hong Kong station then transfer to Wanchai station)
  • 80 minutes by Bus (Route A11 or E11 to Wanchai then transfer to route 40M)

From Hung Hom Railway Station

  • 20 minutes by Bus (Route 104 or 101 to Wanchai)
  • 30 minutes by taxi

The HKCEC is located only a short walking distance from Wanchai Station (MTR) and from Wanchai ferry terminal.

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Getting Around Hong Kong

  • MTR (Mass Transit Railway) –  Day passes available for unlimited travel to experience Hong Kong.
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  • Taxis – Can typically be hailed on the street, with the exception of certain restricted areas, or summoned by phone. Taxis are relatively cheap in Hong Kong and are equipped with a meter as well as air conditioning. Red taxis operate throughout most of Hong Kong, green taxis only serve the New Territories and blue taxis operate on Lantau Island.
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  • Buses – Bus routes cover almost all of Hong Kong and are a very comfortable way to travel. Popular among tourists are the ‘double-decker’ buses which offer a great view of the city. Exact change is required if paying by cash, otherwise you can purchase an Octopus Card (see below).
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  • Ferries – The legendary Star Ferry has been offering scenic transfers between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon since 1888.
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  • Outlying Island Services – Other Ferry services provide transfers to Outlying Islands of Peng Chau, Cheung Chau, Lamma and Lantau. You can either opt for standard ferries, or faster slightly more expensive ferries.
    Click here for a complete list of ferry companies in Hong Kong
  • Trams – Another way to visit the Island is by taking a step back in time with the historic tram system which has been travelling the city since 1904. Exact change is required if paying by cash, otherwise you can purchase an Octopus Card (see below).
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  • Peak Tram – Known as the steepest funicular railway in the world, the Peak Tram is by far the easiest way to get the most spectacular view of the city. Exact change is required if paying by cash, otherwise you can purchase an Octopus Card (see below).
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  • Octopus Card – This handy rechargeable chip card can be used across the entire MTR system, buses, ferries, coaches and trams, as well as in various convenience and department stores, supermarkets, bakeries, fast food chains, cafés, cinemas, skating rinks, theme parks, etc.
    Click here for details on how to purchase and use an Octopus card
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