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How to get to Hong Kong

How to get to Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s raison d’être is its harbour, which has long connected it with the rest of the world. But today, the world-class infrastructure linking the city to the rest of the world offers travellers a host of attractive arrival and departure options.


By plane 

Hong Kong is a key aviation hub serviced by more than 120 airlines that provide connections to major cities throughout the world. Your gateway to the city is the 24-hour Hong Kong International Airport, which is consistently ranked among the best airports in the world. You can get flight and airport information by downloading the ‘HKG My Flight’ app, or use the search function below to find the most appropriate airlines travelling to and from your location.


By Airline Carrier

With 42 flights from Canada each week, flying into Hong Kong is incredibly easy and convenient.


The following is a list of North America's major airlines that fly to Hong Kong. (Flight schedules are subject to change.)


Air Canada
Reservation: 888-247-2262
Customer Sales and Service: 888-AIR-CANADA
www.aircanada.com

Cathay Pacific Airways
Travel Agents: 800-833-6168
Reservations: 800-268-6868
INFOFAX: 800-607-3388
www.cathaypacific.ca

Hong Kong Airlines
Reservation: 855-393-3880
Sales Office: 833-416-3666
www.hkairlines.com

There are a number of airlines that offer service to Hong Kong with one stop-over or more in connecting cities. Following is a selection:

Reservations Number

Airline Connecting City Reservations Number

Air China

Beijing

416-581-8833 or 604-685-0921

All Nippon Airways

Tokyo

800-235-9262

American Airlines

New York, Dallas, Chicago or Los Angeles & Tokyo

800-433-7300

China Airlines

Taipei

800-227-5118

China Eastern

Vancouver & Shanghai

604-689-8998

China Southern

Guangzhou

323-653-8088

Delta Airlines

Detroit & Tokyo

800-225-2525

EVA Airways

Taipei

800-695-1188

Hainan Airlines

Beijing

877-916-8999

Japan Airlines

Chicago & Tokyo

800-525-3663

Korean Air

Seoul

800-438-5000

United Airlines

Chicago, San Francisco or Los Angeles

800-241-6522

Xiamen Airlines

Xiamen

604-247-1900


By train from the Mainland

It’s possible to visit Hong Kong from cities in the Mainland by both high-speed trains and regular intercity train services.

 

HIGH-SPEED RAIL

Visitors can take a high-speed train to Hong Kong from numerous cities in the Mainland. The 26 km 'Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong' High-Speed Rail (Hong Kong section) runs from West Kowloon and connects passengers to the national high-speed rail network. Visitors can travel directly between Hong Kong and 58 destinations in the Mainland, including Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing, Xiamen and Kunming.

To see everything you need to know about the high-speed rail, please click here for details.

 

INTERCITY SERVICES

The MTR runs regular through-train intercity services between Hong Kong and Guangdong province, Beijing and Shanghai. The through-train terminus is MTR Hung Hom Station located on the Kowloon harbourfront, where travellers need to pass through Hong Kong Immigration before boarding the train.


By coach from the Mainland and Macao

Visitors can use cross-boundary coaches to travel to Hong Kong from Macao and cities in the Mainland. There are cross-boundary coach services via the five major road-based land crossings in Hong Kong: Shenzhen Bay Port, Lok Ma Chau, Man Kam To, Sha Tau Kok and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

 

HONG KONG-ZHUHAI-MACAO BRIDGE

Passengers can take shuttle buses or cross-boundary coaches between Hong Kong and Macao, or Hong Kong and Zhuhai via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge. Cross-boundary coaches provide services between urban areas of Hong Kong and Zhuhai or Macao to different parts of Hong Kong. The main stopping points in Hong Kong include Causeway Bay, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon Station, Mong Kok, Prince Edward, Kwun Tong and Tseung Kwan O. The main destinations in the Mainland via the bridge include Zhongshan, Zhuhai, Jiangmen, Xinhui, Kaiping, Taishan and Yangjiang.


By ferry from the Mainland and Macao    

Hong Kong is linked to a number of ports in the Mainlan by high-speed ferries servicing Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and Hong Kong International Airport (off Lantau Island).

 

HONG KONG–MACAU FERRY TERMINAL

  • TurboJet provides ferry services between Hong Kong and Macao that take approximately 55 minutes.
  • Chu Kong Passenger Transport (CKS) provides ferry services between Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta cities of Shenzhen Shekou and Zhuhai.
  • Cotai Water Jet provides ferry services between Hong Kong and Macao.

Info - Address: 200 Connaught Road Central, Sheung Wan

How to get there - MTR Sheung Wan Station, Exit D

 

HONG KONG–CHINA FERRY TERMINAL

  • TurboJet operated by Shun Tak China Travel Ship Management Limited provides ferry services between Hong Kong and Macao that take approximately 60 minutes.
  • Chu Kong Passenger Transport (CKS) provides ferry services between Hong Kong and cities in Guangdong province.
  • Cotai Water Jet provides ferry services between Hong Kong and Macao.

Info - Address: 33 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon    

How to get there - MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit A1

 

HONG KONG SKYPIER

Passengers transiting through Hong Kong International Airport on their way to the Pearl River Delta region via SkyPier ferry services do not need to go through immigration and customs or reclaim baggage.

  • Chu Kong Passenger Transport (CKS) provides ferry services between Hong Kong and the Pearl River Delta cities of Shenzhen (Shekou), Shenzhen Airport (Fuyong), Guangzhou Lianhuashan, Guangzhou Nansha, Zhongshan, Dongguan (Humen) and Zhuhai.
  • Cotai Water Jet provides ferry services between Hong Kong and Macao.
  • TurboJet provides ferry services between Hong Kong and Macao.

Info - Address: 3 Sky City Road East, Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau

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