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  • Airport Connections
    • The Airport Express runs every 12 minutes from 5:50 a.m. to 1:15 a.m. daily. It takes approximately 25 minutes to travel between the airport and downtown Hong Kong.

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  • Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Connections
    • It takes approximately 40 minutes to travel from Panda Hotel to Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Port Passenger Clearance Building by Airport bus A31. (The bus stop is located downstairs of Panda Hotel on Kwan Mun Hau Street.)

       

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  • MTR
    • The MTR (Mass Transit Railway) is an extensive, frequent and reliable subway system interconnecting Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, various key districts and the airport on Lantau Island, as well as the New Territories, adjacent to the border of mainland China. Check out MTR website for more information.

  • Buses and Minibuses
    • Buses and minibuses in Hong Kong are plentiful and comfortable, and most are air-conditioned. Especially popular are the double-deckers buses that offer great views of the surrounding city.

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  • Taxi
    • Taxis in Hong Kong are a bargain compared with many other international cities. Flag fall is HK$20 for the first 2km, HK$1.50 for each 200m afterward. An extra toll charge for crossing the harbour tunnel may be incurred.

       

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  • Ferries
    • With 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 neighbouring cities in Mainland China.

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  • Tram
    • In operation since 1904, the historic double-decker tramway runs along Hong Kong Island between Shau Kei Wan and Kennedy Town with a branch route into Happy Valley. It is highly regarded as a popular sightseeing attraction.

       

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  • Peak Tram
    • There's no better way to take a ride to scenic Victoria Peak than by the historic Peak Tram which opened in 1888. The journey takes only eight minutes from the Terminus in Central to the Peak Tower, offering passengers an unfolding canvas of stunning views over Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and Victoria Harbour as the tram ascends.


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