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No.26 Nathan Road, Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by Richard_7

WE ARE LEAVING SHENZHEN ON WEDNESDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 2010. WHAT IS THE BEST METHOD TO GET TO THE AIRPORT?

ON OUR WAY INTO SHENZHEN WE TOOK A BUS FROM CHINALINK IN THE ELEMENTS BUILDING HONG KONG AND IT COST US $45 HONGKONG DOLLARS PER PERSON. AND IT WAS AN EASY 1HOUR&15MINS RIDE TO THE BORDER. I HAVE FORGOTTEN THE NAME OF THE BORDER(NAME?) ALREADY.

IF WE TOOK A CAB TO THE BORDER(NAME?) AND THEN ARE THERE BUSES FROM THERE TO HONG KONG AIRPORT FROM THERE AND HOW FREQUENT, AND THE PRICES IF YOU KNOW.

THANKS IN ADVANCE

RICHARD

Re: SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by mim95

There are different ways to get to HK Airport depends on where you are in Shenzhen: http://www.hongkongairport.com/CBT/Controller?locale=eng

Re: SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by chinamonty

I take it you mean HKIA. It depends where in Shenzhen you are. If you are at the Nanshan/Shekou end I would take the Skypier ferry as it takes you direct to the airport. It is so much easier than other ways and not particularly expensive as you get a refund of your your airport departure tax as you are not deprating fom Hong kong (you are in a bonded area so you effectively go from PRC to international airspace).
If you are at the LuoHu end then just take the train from LuoWu station (35HKD I think) (the name is different each side of the border (LuoHu is PRC LuoWu is Hong Kong). Then you would have to take the airport express train (100HKD) from Kowloon or Central to the airport. There are also buses at the border but I haven't ever taken them so I am not sure of their details

Re: SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by Richard_7

Thanks Mim

I am in fuhua road area I think it is called futian district of shenzhen.

Re: SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by Richard_7

Thanks ChinaMonty

I am in fuhua road area I think it is called futian district of shenzhen.

Re: SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by travex11

You are close to the Shenzhen Bay border crossing, if you get over from China to Hk from here you can take a bus from here to Kowloon station and the then the train straight into the airport, the entire jouney should take no more then 1hr15 it should cost no more then $180HK all th way to the airport.

Re: SHENZHEN TO HONG KONG AIRPORT

by chinamonty

seeing you are in Futian you can either go via LokMaChau railway station. This is the name for the station on the Hong Kong side. The building on the PRC is known as Futian Port or FuTian KouAn. It is where metro line 4 ends. You can take the train to Kowloon. Then go vis train to Hong Kong island and get the airport express train (it is actually easier to go over to HK island than to go to Kowloon airport express station).
You could also take a taxi to the checkpoint called HuangGang which i would think is the one you came via. You will be able to get either a bus or limo service direct to the airport at a reasonable cost (around HKD150 per person). This involves a lot less stuffing around -there will be plenty of people around who speak English (and probably expats doing the same as you!) if you are not sure of anything.

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

currency

by kinjalnz15

Hong kong currency is hkdollar, which comes in $10(purple and rose),HK$20(grey),$50(blue),
$100(red),$500(Brown),$1000(yellow). and coins in 10cents,20c,and 50c,and silver coloured $1,$2, and $5.

Crazy Drivers

by mbitton

It is the business central of the world. If you want something you will find it there. I also got a 1.5 hour long leg/foot massage for $4 Canadian dollars!! The culture.....I would give up everything if I could live over there and not be surrounded by media and live life how society does......

There are just too many places...

by Gary_Yeung

There are just too many places to visit. As a big city, Central district is definitely a must see. This small piece of land is all occupied by wonderfully designed office towers such as the Bank of China Tower and the Hong Kong Bank Headquarters. So, have your camera ready.

What's not nice

by ZiOOlek

Hong Kong seems to be dirty. It is not nice to watch people selling meat at the market (keeping the meat even on the steet, not in fridge) and the smell is terrible. Moreover, wires are out and some street are not nice like.

or switching east for Wan Chai...

by ankx

or switching east for Wan Chai and Causeway Bay as they all are neighbouring districts.
Both Wan Chai and Causeway Bay are early-developed districts on the Hong Kong side. Known as a nightlife area, Wan Chai is being modernized rapidly, side streets with Chinese townhouses of decades old now co-exist with modern office towers on vast newly reclaimed land. A few streets eastwards Causeway Bay is a long-established popular dining and shopping dreamland. Department stores and shopping complexes are seen at nearly every road junctions.
Tips:Spare some time to shop or window-shop in the area which is said to have the highest rent rates

in the world -- the numerous department stores, retail shops and street bazaars along Hennessy Road in Causeway Bay. For an insight adventure you shouldn't miss the old Wan Chai area where life scenes of Hong Kong in the past -- business in street markets, local style

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