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|From airport to Yau Ma Tei|
|Nov 14, 2010 17:39|
|relax ellyse i am here to ask questions coz i am an idiot in hongkong i want an answer that will i understand base on the easiest way possible for me to roam arround in hongkong...thank you for your help|
|Nov 19, 2010 09:34|
|You want to be spoon-fed and you're lazy. The URLs I gave are in English, you just can't be bothered.|
|Dec 6, 2010 20:36|
will be in hk this december is we hv spots we wanted to go to but i do not how to clamp them up. disneyland, cable car, giant buddha, the peak, wax museum, space museum, symphony of lights, ocean park, Avenue of Stars and ladies market. will be staying in either wing sing hotel or bridal tea house near yau ma tei mtr exit c. will ...
Day 1 Disneyland
If you have been there, I suggest you spend at least one day in [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/outlying/disneyland.htm] Hong Kong Disneyland[/tcgurl], especially when you bring your kids.
Route: take Tsuen Wan Line at Yau Ma Tei MTR Station to exchange Tung Chung Line at Laiking and get off at Sunny Bay and then take Disneyland Resort Line.
Time and Cost: around 34 minutes and HK$18.5 per person.
Day 2 Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car-Giant Buddha-the Peak&Wax Museum
Route: take Tsuen Wan Line at Yau Ma Tei MTR Station to exchange Tung Chung Line at Lai King and get off at the terminal. Then go to Tung Chung Cable Car Terminal to take [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/ngong-ping360.htm]Ngong Ping 360[/tcgurl] Cable Car. When you get there, you just walk around 5 minutes to [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/outlying/polin.htm]Po Lin Monastery[/tcgurl]. The Giant Buddha is there.
To the [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/island/victoria.htm]Victoria Peak[/tcgurl]: take reverse route back to Tung Chung, take Tung Chung Line to Hong Kong Station, pass the underground passage to reach Central and then walk to Central Peak Tram Terminus to use peak to reach the Peak. [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/madame-tussauds.htm]Madame Tussauds Hong Kong[/tcgurl] is inside the Peak Tower. Remember it closes at 22:00 and visitors are forbidden to enter the museum at 21:45.
MTR time and cost: around 34 minutes and HK$15.5.
Day 3 Ocean Park-Space Musem-Ladies’Market-Avenue of Stars (Symphony of Lights)
If you spend much time at [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/island/ocean_park.htm]Hong Kong Ocean Park[/tcgurl], you may omit Ladies’ Market. After visiting Space Museum, you can walk to the Avenue of Stars.
PS: you can enjoy [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attraction/hongkong/symphony-of-lights.htm]A Symphony of Lights[/tcgurl] at the Avenue of Stars. The show just lasts 15 minutes from 20:00.
Route: Take Tsuen Wan Line to Admiralty, exit B and take No.629 bus to Ocean Park. To visit Space Museum, take reverse route to get off at Tsim Sha Tsui and exit E. Then walk to Space Museum.
Here is [tcgurl=http://www.travelchinaguide.com/cityguides/hongkong/transportation/metro-subway-map.htm]Hong Kong Subway Map[/tcgurl] for your reference.
Last edited by CHERRY07: Dec 6, 2010 20:45
|Sep 20, 2011 17:32|
|GUESTLEAH13||Good Day. I am arriving in HK in a weeks' time with my family. How do I get to Star Ferry if I am coming from De NAthan Hotel at Yau Ma Tei? Thanks so munch.|
|Sep 20, 2011 21:05|
Originally Posted by GUESTLEAH13Good Day. I am arriving in HK in a weeks' time with my family. How do I get to Star Ferry if I am coming from De NAthan Hotel at Yau Ma Tei? Thanks so munch.
Take Tsuen Wan Line from Yao Ma Tei to Tsim Sha Tsui and get out at Exit F. Then walk to the end of Nathan Road, turn right and you will see HK Space Museum, walk around 400 meters toward west to the STAR Ferry Terminal.
|Oct 13, 2011 22:27|
Originally Posted by GUESTYOYINGHey hi,
Do you knw the cost from airport to the Yau ma Tei?
Take A21 airport shuttle bus at HKIA. It costs HK$33. It stops at Sino Center and Man Ming Lane on the Nathan Road in Yau Ma Tei.
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