New China Guest House

D7 D2 9/F Block D, Chung King Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Region, China
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Visiting Hong Kong.

by Jayarep

Let me first thank all of you for having answered my earlier querry.The replies are more than useful.
Can somebody give me an approximate idea how much would it cost to get from Hong Kong International Airport to Kowloon.We will be staying at the Regal Oriental Hotel.Our flight arrives at around 7:00 in the morning.What is the best mode of transport to take,other than the taxi.Since we are arriving very early and an early checkin may not be possible,I dont mind taking a little extra time to get to the hotel.
We are leaving on the night of 29 November and hence would request a reply as early as possible.
Best regards.
Jai Raj.

Re: Visiting Hong Kong.

by marven11

Great place of Hong Kong.
Many of Hong Kong's luxury hotels are ranked among the best in the world.

Re: Visiting Hong Kong.

by al2401

The best way to get to Kowloon and HK Island is by train. It leaves the airport regularly every 12 minutes and costs about 50 HK dollars one way. You must have a ticket to board and there are ticket booths in the airport. It takes just over 20 minutes to get to HK Island so quicker to Kowloon. You can then take a taxi to your hotel.

Enjoy your time in Hong Kong

Re: Visiting Hong Kong.

by donnanolasco

or since you have mention you dont mind taking a little extra time to get to the hotel, you may want to take the bus if you do not have lots of luggage. there are bus terminals near the airport, you can just ask airport personnel for the direction. bus number A21 or E21 is much cheaper but requires more time since it takes the long route though allows you to see view of tsing ma bridge. try sitting at the upper deck for better view.

for more info you can check this web site;

Re: Visiting Hong Kong.

by mim95

Actually you should take A22, as there is a stop close to the hotel. The hotel is close to the old neighborhood of Kowloon City. It's a nice walk around, and there are lots of small restaurants and great Thai food there with Thai restaurant owners. Also Kowloon Walled City Park is nearby.

If you want to get into Tsim Sha Tsui or Mongkok, it's easier to take the bus as the hotel is not close to MTR station. Bus 1A is your best bet, as it passes through Mongkok, with the last stop at the star ferry terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui.

Re: Visiting Hong Kong.

by kaps_4


I believe your hotel has a free Airport transfer for 2

There is a pass called Airport Express Tourist Pass..which gives you 2 Airport express rides ( which you can take till a certain station on arrival and then a Taxi ) + 3 days unlimited MTR rides.

have fun

Re: Visiting Hong Kong.

by tenluk

you can take train,bus or taxi.. depends on your budget
Hongkong Transportation is very convenience.

Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Capturing life at Tai O fishing village

by clairegeordio

I really loved just capturing the interesting sights that I saw in this village, just the way people lived really, a totally different way of life and very peaceful. Please see my Things to do tip for main tip.

From the Po Lin Monastery, take bus 21.
- From Mui Wo Ferry Pier, take bus 1.
- From Tung Chung MTR Station, take bus 11

Electronic safe at any hotels in the world

by Icewine

Okay this tip is not confined to hotels in HK only but to all hotels where an electronic safe is found at your hotel room.

Suggestion :

Wipe the touch keys down before operating it with a damp cloth, and then dry it before entering your secret code. Try to do this every time you use the safe.

Also after you have keyed in your code and closed the door firmly locked on the safe. Press all the other keys /numbers that do not make up your code, and press them firmly. Doing this may set off a small alarm from the safe but it stops quickly and no one will pay any attention (!!).

The reason to do this is because certain hotels have caught their own hotel staff placing, a light oil residue or powder on to the touch keys that shows them when using a certain light what numbers were pressed. They were managing to open the safe, and one very clever thief was taking only 1 or 2 US$ from each room. Would you have noticed ? It is not a lot but in a 400 or 500 room hotel the guy was doing quite well for himself.

Walk during the rush hours in...

by xaver

Walk during the rush hours in the central area, you must enjoy the crowd moving around you and with you, that is Hong Kong, millions of people moving in big streets through high palaces. The lights of the palaces you watch in the ferry moving from a land to another one.

Mobile phone shopping (Price Comparison)

by John6868

We don't have any VAT/GST in Hong Kong so it should be at least that much cheaper so long as avoid the expesive outlets in the big shopping malls.
Aplui Street in Sham Shu Po is a well known area for mobile phones shops.
Enjoy your stay.

Territory Flag of Hong Kong

by xuessium

A red flag bearing a white flower called the Hong Kong Orchid Tree or Butterfly Tree (Bauhinia Blakeana). Bauhinia is the symbol for Hong Kong under Chinese rule. The flower on the flag is the Hong Kong Orchid Tree (Bauhinia Blakeana) - named after the British Governor of Hong Kong from 1898 to 1903, Sir Henry Blake, a keen botanist who discovered it near Pokfulam, HK Island, in 1880.

The actual flowers are bright pinkish purple, not white as on the flag.

It is normally sterile and can only be propagated by cuttings (there is one tree that is said to produce seeds). Actually it is neither a tree nor an orchid, it's a member of the class leguminosae (the pea family). The genus is named in honor of the Swiss botanists of the 16th and 17th centuries, the Bauhin brothers.

Source: Graham Bartram (


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