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Hong Kong Transportation Maps - Hong Kong has a highly developed and sophisticated transport network, encompassing both public and private transport. Over 90% of the daily journeys are on public transport, making it the highest rate in the world.

The public transport system in Hong Kong is clean, reliable and safe, with convenient interchanges for getting around town at any time of the day or night.

Getting around Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong MTR Maps
  • Kowloon-Canton Railway (KCT)
  • Hong Kong Buses Map
  • Hong Kong Mini Buses Map
  • Hong Kong Trams Map
  • Octopus Cards
  • Getting in Hong Kong
  • Hong Kong Airport Map
  • Hong Kong Train Map
  • Hong Kong Ferries Map
  • HK to Guangzhou
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    Hong Kong Transportation

    Getting Around

    Hong Kong has a highly developed and sophisticated transport network, encompassing both public and private transport.

    MTR (Mass Transit Railway)

    There are ten lines in the MTR system all together, with a total of 83 railway stations and 68 light rail stops, including the East Rail Line, Kwun Tong Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Island Line, Tung Chung Line, Tseung Kwan O Line, West Rail Line, Ma On Shan Line, the Airport Express and the Disneyland Resort Line. 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. Trains run from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily with the maximum fare of up to 13 Hong Kong dollars for a single adult journey. Read more about Hong Kong MTR.

    KCR (Kowloon – Canton Railway)

    KCR is a commuter railway that stretches from Hung Hom in Kowloon to the boundary with mainland China at Guangzhou Lo Wu Station. A visa and special ticket is required to travel to Lo Wu station and into Shenzhen. The KCR runs every 3 to 10 minutes from 5:30 a.m. to 12:20 a.m., and the maximum fare is 33 Hong Kong dollars. Read more about Hong Kong KCR.

    Light Rail - The Light Rail (Trams) runs daily from 5:40 a.m. to 12:30 a.m. between the New Territories towns of Tuen Mun and the Yuen Long. Fares range from 4 Hong Kong dollars to 5.80 Hong Kong dollars.

    Funicular Railways (Peak Tram)

    The Peak Tram is a funicular railway service which was inaugurated in 1888, carrying both tourists and residents to the upper levels of Hong Kong Island. It provides the most direct route to Victoria Peak and offers scenic views over Victoria Harbor and the skyscrapers of Hong Kong.

    Airport People-Mover System (Hong Kong International Airport Automated People Mover)

    The Hong Kong International Airport Automated People Mover is a driverless people-mover system located within the Hong Kong International Airport in Chek Lap Kok. It operates in two "segments". For departures, the train runs from Terminal 2 to the East Hall to the West Hall. For arrivals, the train runs only from the West Hall to the East Hall, where all passengers must disembark for immigration, customs, and baggage claim. Operation of the first segment was commenced in 1998, and the operation of the second segment was commenced in early 2007.

    Buses

    All bus routes cover most areas of Hong Kong, and buses are also the major public transportation for travelling to Hong Kong Island's Southern District, like Ocean Park, Repulse Bay and Stanley. Airbus is cheaper than Airport Express Trains and A11 to Hong Kong Island's Central, Wanchai, Causeway Bay or North Point only cost 40 Hong Kong dollars; A21 to Kowloon's Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hom station only cost 33 Hong Kong dollars. Catching a bus is a very convenient way to travel this city, if you are familiar with Hong Kong's geographical areas. Read more about Hong Kong City Buses.

    Mini Buses (Public Light Buses)

    There are two types of minibuses, the Green and the Red, which are operated respectively by big companies with fixed routes and individuals picking their own routes. The minibuses are famous for their speed and frequency, so that you can save lots of time when travelling this area. Read more about Hong Kong Mini Buses.

    Taxis

    There are three kinds of Taxis in Hong Kong, the Red Taxis that mostly travel the urban areas, the Green Taxis that operate within the New Territories and the Blue Taxis that run on Lantau Island, among which the Blue Taxis are the cheapest and Green Taxis are more expensive than the Blue ones but cheaper than the Red ones.

    Getting there

    Hong Kong has a perfect transportation system, boasting the world-class Hong Kong International Airport, strong maritime transportation and convenient railways. Also there are helicopters between Hong Kong and Macau and long-distance buses from the major cities in Guangdong Province to Hong Kong.

    KCR (Kowloon – Canton Railway)

    KCR is a commuter railway that stretches from Hung Hom in Kowloon to the boundary with mainland China at Guangzhou Lo Wu Station. A visa and special ticket is required to travel to Lo Wu station and into Shenzhen. The KCR runs every 3 to 10 minutes from 5:30 a.m. to 12:20 a.m., and the maximum fare is 33 Hong Kong dollars. Read more about Hong Kong KCR.

    By Airport

    Because of its advantageous location, Hong Kong is a super hub in Asia and the gateway to inland China. Hong Kong International Airport is the most importation transportation hub in the city even in Asia. There are flights connecting it with many cities in mainland China, including Shanghai, Beijing, Xiamen, Dalian, Kunming, Haikou, Ningbo, Fuzhou, Nanjing, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Chongqing, Qingdao, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and Wuhan, and the many overseas cities. Read more about Hong Kong Airport.

    Border – Crossing Trains

    Inter-city train services crossing the Hong Kong-China border (often known as through trains) are jointly operated by Hong Kong's MTR Corporation and the Ministry of Railways of the People's Republic of China. Currently, Hung Hom Station (formerly known as Kowloon Station in Hong Kong, and Jiulong Station in China) is the only station in Hong Kong where passenger can catch these border-crossing trains. Passengers have to go through immigration and custom inspections before boarding a border-crossing train. There are currently three border-crossing train services:

    Between Hong Kong and Beijing (Beijing-Kowloon through Train)

    Between Hong Kong and Shanghai (Shanghai-Kowloon through Train)

    Between Hong Kong and Guangzhou (Guangzhou-Kowloon through Train)

    A new border-crossing service, namely the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, has been proposed. A new train station, West Kowloon Terminus, will be built in Hong Kong to be served by this new railway. Read more about Hong Kong Trains.

    By Highways

    It is popular with visitors to travel Hong Kong by long-distance buses from Pearl River Delta, Guangdong Province. The Coach bus picks up and drops passengers at hotels in major cities of Guangdong Province, such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Foshan and Zhongshan. In addition, there are coach buses to Hong Kong from Xiamen in Fujian Province and Ganzhou in Jiangxi Province.

    By Ferry

    Due to its coastal location and many outlying islands, Hong Kong operates regular ferry routes connecting Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the Outlying Islands, as well as Macau and neighboring cities in Mainland China. Read more about Hong Kong Ferries.

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