Getting Around in Hong Kong, China

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.

Bus

  • Citybus Limited

    Mainly provides service on Hong Kong Island, operating 154 routes. 72 routes are on Hong Kong Island, 32 of them are North-Lantau and Airport routes, and the final 50 of the routes are cross-harbour routes. Other than those, Citybus operates shuttle routes B3, B3A and B3X between Tuen Mun and Shenzhen Bay Port.

Taxi

  • Urban Taxi

    +852 2398 1881

    Urban taxis (Red) serve all destinations throughout Hong Kong including the airport except Tung Chung Road and roads in south Lantau.

  • New Territories (N.T.) taxis

    +852 2657 2267

    New Territories (N.T.) taxis (Green) serve only the New Territories and specific roads in Lantau.

  • LANTAU TAXIS

    +852 2984 1328

    Lantau taxis (Blue) serve all destinations in Lantau and the airport.

Train

  • MTR Corporation Limited

    There are all together ten lines in the MTR system, with a total of 83 railway stations and 68 light rail stops. The ten lines are the East Rail, Kwun Tong, Tsuen Wan, Island, Tung Chung, Tseung Kwan O, West Rail, Ma On Shan, the Airport Express and the Disneyland Resort lines. Eight of the lines provide general metro services, whereas the Airport Express provides a direct link from the Hong Kong International Airport into the city centre, while the Disneyland Resort Line exclusively takes passengers to Hong Kong Disneyland.

Driving

Distance unit
Metric (km/h)
Traffic system
Left-hand drive

Traffic Patterns

Hong Kong and Macau, which remain special administrative territories of China, still drive on the left.

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