About The Airport

One of the world's busiest airports, the award-winning Hong Kong International has an impressive array of stores and restaurants. It has 2 terminals bursting with things to do, including an IMAX theatre and pop-up exhibitions. There's also SkyPier - a ferry terminal which serves destinations in the Guangdong province. In 2017, HKG was voted the 2nd best airport in the world (Condé Nast Traveller) and came 4th in Skytrax Traveller polls of the world's best airports in 2018. Not surprisingly, it also topped out the awards for World's Best Airport Dining Experience in 2018


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Getting to and from the airport

Hong Kong International Airport is 34km from Hong Kong Island.

Taxi - you can get a taxi from the pick-up area in front of the Arrivals hall. Red taxis serve Hong Kong, green taxis serve the New Territories and blue taxis serve Lantau. It takes about 30 minutes to get to central Hong Kong.

Bus - buses are available to most parts of Hong Kong.

Train - it takes about 25 minutes to get to the city on the Airport Express Line.

Hotel shuttle - inquire at the Commercial Services counter in Arrival Hall B, Terminal 1.

Limousine - the Skylimo service goes to Mainland cities. Tickets are available from counters C01, coach station, Terminal 2.

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There are five parking lots offering hourly, daily and long-term facilities. If you're collecting someone, there's a 30-minute free grace period in parking lots 1 & 4 (which are closest to the terminals). A free shuttle connects the car parks with the terminals.

Transit and in-airport hotels

You can get from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1, and between Terminal 1 and SkyPier on the Automated People Mover electric train, which leaves every 2-4 minutes. The 2 terminals are only a short distance from each other, so getting between them is easy. Traffic flow in this airport is highly rated, and HKG aims to keep the travel experience as streamlined as possible.

The Regal Airport Hotel is connected to Terminal 1 by a bridge.


Healthy Travel Tip

It's easy to stay hydrated at HKG - there are more than 50 drinking water fountains throughout the terminals.

We do our best to keep these guides as up-to-date as possible, but cannot guarantee that they fully reflect the current state of every airport, where changes can happen frequently and without notice. Please contact us with any feedback.

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