Hong Kong MTR Map, Hong Kong Subway Map
When travelling around Hong Kong, the best way to get around is by MTR (Mass Transit Railway) or called the subway, which is transportation backbone of the city. By far, it is the most efficient, fastest, cleanest, and smoothest rail transport, running along Hong Kong Island's north side, and travelling beneath the harbor where branches serve Kowloon and Lantau Island.
Planning a Hong Kong trip? Much of the anxiety associated with travel comes from a fear of the unknown - not knowing what to expect can give even seasoned travelers butterflies. This section will help you prepare for your trip to Hong Kong - but don't stop here. Reading through the other sections of this guide before leaving will also help you in your planning. In any case, Hong Kong doesn't require the advance preparations that some other Asian destinations require, such as visas for most nationalities or inoculations.
Hong Kong MTR Maps
The whole system incorporates 53 stations and spans 91 kilometers via six subway lines – Island Line, Kwun Tong Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Tseung Kwan O Line, Tung Chung Line, and Disneyland Resort Line. They are run by Mass Transit Railway Corporation (MTR) together with the Airport Express Line, light rail and four other MTR rails (including East Rail, West Rail, Ma On Shan Rail and Lok Ma Chau Rail).
Hong Kong MTR Map in Both English and Chinese for 2013
Hong Kong is a major gateway to China. Many first-time visitors to China. join an organized tour for excursions to the mainland - China tours from Hong Kong, though it's certainly easy enough to do on your own. Avid shoppers with a sense of adventure may want to make 3 days trip across the border to Guilin a priority, where offers you a chance get up close with the glamorous world of hills, rivers, countryside and adventures.
Hong Kong MTR Timetable, Routes and Stations
- Island Line - on the Hong Kong Island, covers 14 stations:
Sheung Wan – Central – Admiralty – Wan Chai – Causeway Bay – Tin Hau – Fortress Hill – North Point – Quarry Bay – Tai Koo – Sai Wan Ho – Shau Kei Wan – Heng Fa Chuen – Chai Wan
- Kwun Tong Line goes through Kowloon and New Territories, including 15 stations:
Yau Ma Tei – Mong Kok – Prince Edward – Shek Kip Me – Kowloon Tong – Lok Fu – Wong Tai Sin – Diamond Hill – Choi Hung – Kowloon Bay – Ngau Tau Kok – Kwun Tong – Lam Tin – Yau Tong – Tiu Keng Leng
- Tsuen Wan Line passes Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and New Territories, including 16 stations:
Central – Admiralty – Tsim Sha Tsui – Jordan – Yau Ma Tei – Mong Kok – Prince Edward – Sham Shui Po – Cheung Sha Wan – Lai Chi Kok – Mei Foo – Lai King – Kwai Fong – Kwai Hing – Tai Wo Hau – Tsuen Wan
- Tseung Kwan O Line connects Quarry Bay area in Hong Kong Island with Tseung Kwan O area in New Territories, including 7 stations:
North Point – Quarry Bay – Yau Tong – Tiu Keng Leng – Tseung Kwan O – Hang Hau – Po Lam
- Tung Chung Line starts from Central in Hong Kong Island, passes Kowloon, Tsing Yi and finally reaches Lantau Island, including 8 stations:
Hong Kong – Kowloon – Olympic – Nam Cheong – Lai King – Tsing Yi – Sunny Bay – Tung Chung
- Dsineyland Resort Line is built on North Lantau Island, including 2 stations:
Sunny Bay and Disneyland Resort. It joins Tung Chung Line at Sunny Bay Station, so tourists can transfer to Tung Chung Line at Sunny Bay.
- DirectionFirst ExpressLast Express
- StationTo ExpoTo Hong KongTo ExpoTo Hong Kong
- Hong Kong05:50—00:48—
- Tsing Yi06:0005:5900:5900:56
Hong Kong MTR Airport Express Timetable, and Check More MTR Timetable Information
Hong Kong Subway Schedules and Fares (MTR)
The MTR runs from about 05:30 or 06:00 to around 01:00 of the next day, and daily 08:30 to 09:00 and 18:00 to 19:00 are the rush hours. It charges according to three kinds of group: adults, students and concessionary. Concessionary includes children below the age of12, senior citizens 65 years or older. Students between the age of 12 and 25 who attend school with full-time are also qualified for concessionary rate but not available on Airport Express. Kids below 3 years old can take MRT free.
Hong Kong MTR charges fees by distance of passengers' journey. Adult fares range from HK$3.00 to $47.50 (US$0.40–6.15). Concessionary fares are usually half the adult fare, and range from HK$1.40 to $23.80. Student fares are the same as child and elderly fare on the urban lines, but are the same as the Adult fares for journeys to or from checkpoint terminuses, and range from HK$1.40 to $39.40.
The Octopus Card can be used for any public transport (except mini-buses and taxis), at cosmetic shops, fast food stores, clothes shops, supermarkets, cinemas and hospitals. Wherever you see this sign "∞", you can use the Octopus Card there.
You can top-up your card at any public transportation company's Customer Service Centers, MTR or KCR stations' Octopus Add-Value machines or convenience stores such as 7-11 or Circle K.
Single Journey Ticket
Single Journey Ticket is only available for pre-determined stations, and is paid on ticket vendor in station hall. There is no return ticket except on Airport Express.
Tourist Pass ticket includes Tourist Day Pass and Tourist 3-Day Pass.
Day Pass Ticket is available for tourist to take MTR unlimited times during a day( not available on all MTR Bus routes, the 1st Class of the East Rail Line, the Airport Express, as well as journeys to and from Lo Wu, Lok Ma Chau and Racecourse stations) . Tourist pay 55 HK$ for the Day Pass at at all the MTR Customer Service Centres.
Tourist 3-Day Pass is available to take MTR unlimited times during 3 days, also including a single (HK$220) or round (HK$300) trip on the Airport Express.
Hong Kong MTR Maps Collection
Hong Kong MTR Network Map
Hong Kong MTR Lines Map
Hong Kong Airport Express Map
Map of Hong Kong Island Subway
Hong Kong Traffic Map
Recommended Hong Kong Tour Itineraries
Are you planning to have a Hong Kong tour? Here we provide some most valuable Hong Kong tour packages for conference.
8 Days Vibrant & Ancient China Tour from Hong Kong(Hong Kong / Shanghai / Beijing)
14 Days China Impression Tour with Yangtze Cruise(Hong Kong / Guilin / Yangtze Cruise / Shanghai / Xian / Beijing)
11 Days China & Hong Kong Tour (Hong Kong / Guilin / Shanghai / Xian / Beijing)