Harbour Guest House

B8, 4 F, Block B, Chung King Mansion, 36-44 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Shui, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region,
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night bus

by donnanolasco

Hi,

is there a bus from aiport going to central or causeway at past midnight? flight will arrive at past midnight and I think there is also no train by that time. thanks

Re: night bus

by mim95

You can take the N11, it's a night route, and will take you to Sheung Wan on Hong Kong Island. Get off at the last stop. From there, you can catch a taxi to Causeway Bay. It shouldn't be too expensive for the fare...probably around HK$50 or so + luggage fee.

http://www.nwstbus.com.hk/routes/routeinfo.aspx?intLangID=1&searchtype=1&daytime=3&route=N11&routetype=N&company=5

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Cute the Q

by Carino

It might happen that the Q for the Victoria Peak is really long. Depending on your plans and on your budget, pass the line on the left and proceed to the counter of Madame Tussaud. I noticed a board telling about a package. Which means you buy a ticket for Madame Tussaud and the Victoria Peak and you pass all the other people. Worth to consider, as the line can be quite long. And trust me, when the sun is shining you don't want to be in line for hours.

Hong Kong money

by Confucius

What's this? It's psychedelic Hong Kong money designed to give counterfeiters colorful hallucinating headaches. If you wish to change foreign money in Hong Kong, it's always better to do so at one of the big banks (HSBC, Bank of China, Standard Chartered) instead of the little money exchange shops that you'll see in tourist shopping areas.
The only exception is if you are changing Chinese yuan back into Hong Kong dollars. Make sure you check the exchange rate if you do this particular transaction because those shops are competing with each other for this big business. You also need to check and see if there are any commission charges.

Tsim Sha Tsui, at the tip of...

by pastaayd

Tsim Sha Tsui, at the tip of the Kowloon Peninsula, is the territory's tourist ghetto. It consists of one sq km of shops, restaurants, pubs, topless bars and camera stores. However, Kowloon is also home to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, the Space Museum, the famous Peninsula Hotel and the Museum of History. The Promenade, in East Tsim Sha Tsui, is a great place for a stroll, and has wonderful views of Victoria Harbour, particularly at night. The liveliest night market in the territory is on Temple St in Yau Ma Tei.

Bus information in HK

by Cyncyn

sorry to tell that the fare of the bus has been raised for 20 % up ! Kindly prepare more money for your traffic. And please read the news before you go to take the cable car to the Buddah in Lantau Island. Since recently it has more accidents , sometimes it's closed for checking up. And you have to queue, it takes more than one hour sometimes. Kindly take a note for preparation of your schedule ! I hope it helps. for more information for the bus in HK , check it up here : http://www.kmb.hk/english.php?page=search

Signs... all over

by dejavu2gb

Not a tip as such, but just something I though I would add to my page, as its something I feel that is a intergral part of Hong Kong.
After arriving at the airport we made our way to the city and then used the metro to our closest stop for our hotel. Then as we were going upstairs, all the signs you see coming out of the MRT station are so overwhelming, it was that moment I started to fall in love with Hong Kong. I just love the signs, they are just all over, and althought I dont understand what they are saying they are just so cool to look at.
Where they did help me was that some are kinda unique and then you can always refer back to them if you do tend to get a little lost, but then on the other hand as you cannot read them, it can be a bit deceptive, so also something to look out for.

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