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How To Reach Hong Kong
Hong Kong is perfect for all kinds of travelers. Whether you are a first timer, a solo vagabond, a group of friends or a joint family, you will find something up your alley in Hong Kong. So before you pack away to seek the adventure of a lifetime, here's a quick handy guide on how best to reach Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong International Airport also known as Chek Lap Kok is approximately 31 km from the main city of Hong Kong. The airport is mostly busy, being one of the world's greatest travel hubs and is well connected with all major cities around the world besides being thoroughly connected with the rest of China.
The only passenger railway station in Hong Kong is located on No. 9 Cheong Wan Road, close to the Coliseum. Bullet trains connecting various cities of China (like Guangzhou, Dongguan, Foshan Shanghai and Beijing) to Hong Kong are available here.
Hong Kong enjoys great road connectivity. There are six checkpoints through which one can enter the main city. Cross Boundary buses are operational from many cities in mainland China. Long distance buses are also available in Hong Kong from Guangdong province.
The cheapest means of travelling in Hong Kong has to be the waterways. There are ports at Wan Chai, Central, and Tsim Sha Tsul with the frequently plying ferry from Hong Kong Island to Kowloon. Besides, Hong Kong is also an ferry hub with three main international ports; one at Kowloon, one at the International airport and the other in Hong Kong Island (connecting very well with Macau).