Fastest and costliest public route to the airport; most airlines allow Airport Express passengers to check in at the Central or Kowloon stations up to a day ahead of departure; trains depart from 5.54am to 12.48am f…
Bringing the masses in ever greater numbers to Po Lin is the 5.7km Ngong Ping 360, a cable car linking Ngong Ping with the centre of Tung Chung (downhill and to the north).
A cross-boundary ferry pier within the Hong Kong International Airport. At this pier, passengers abroad can transit from the airport to piers in the Pearl River Delta of Guǎngdōng Province or vice versa, without imm…
Buses that come here include route 92 from Diamond Hill MTR station, 99 from Wu Kai Sha MTR station, 299X from Sha Tin Town Centre near Sha Tin MTR station and 792M from Tiu Keng Leng MTR station.
Ferries to Lamma Island's main town of Yung Shue Wan run every half hour or so until 11:30pm; adults HK$17.10, children HK$8.60. Ferries to the smaller Lamma town of Sok Kwu Wan are less frequent.
NWFF boats sail to/from Cheung Chau, Peng Chau and Lantau, and connect all three via an inter-island service (regular/fast ferry HK$13.20/25.80), every half hour or so from 6am to 10.50pm.
A 50-minute ride to Sai Kung Bus Terminus from Diamond Hill MTR station followed by a 25-minute jaunter on the 29R mini-bus will bring you to the Sai Wan Road Pavilion.
Minibuses here to other areas in Sai Kung such as Hoi Ha, Po Lam, and Hang Hau Village, as well as urban areas including Kowloon Bay and Choi Hung.
Gets you to the southern side of the island. Buses 6, 6A and 260 leave for Stanley and Repulse Bay, and buses 70 and 70P for Aberdeen.
Bus 15 goes up the Peak, 780 heads all the way east to Chai Wan, 629 goes to Ocean Park. The Rickshaw Sightseeing Bus stops here.