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When departing Hong Kong, you can check-in for most flights at the Central and Kowloon Airport Express stations.

Adding to the multitude of duty free shopping options already available at Terminal One, it has entertainment outlets such as a 4D IMAX movie theatre, and an Aviation Discovery Centre – part museum part, educational amusements.

Shifty street-side astrologers vie with gleaming multi-storey malls, and frantic cut-price electronic stores compete with gorgeous quiet beaches and hiking trails in the sparsely populated outlying islands and the New Territories. And for more on sales and shoes, head to our Hong Kong shopping guide.

Even a short visit out of town makes a fine contrast to the teeming streets of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island and steaming dim sum carts and harbour-view sundowners back in the city go down all the better after some active exploring of the chilled-out side to this territory that many visitors miss. ▲ top Hong Kong International Airport ( otherwise known as Chek Lap Kok, is large, airy and very 21st century.

It’ll take you an hour or two, but there’ll be little you haven’t seen by the end of it.

They’ve been running from Kennedy Town to Shau Kei Wan since 1904, and cost just HK.30. Send us your Feedback / Letter to the Editor For another quintessential Hong Kong that’s also a bargain, hop on the bobbing Star Ferry ( to do the famous shuttle from Hong Kong to Kowloon for HK.50 (Monday to Friday) or HK on weekends and holidays. ▲ top First, some offbeat – and some downright bizarre – detours.

A taxi to town from the airport will set you back around HK0 to Kowloon and HK0 to Hong Kong Island (US

Adding to the multitude of duty free shopping options already available at Terminal One, it has entertainment outlets such as a 4D IMAX movie theatre, and an Aviation Discovery Centre – part museum part, educational amusements.

Shifty street-side astrologers vie with gleaming multi-storey malls, and frantic cut-price electronic stores compete with gorgeous quiet beaches and hiking trails in the sparsely populated outlying islands and the New Territories. And for more on sales and shoes, head to our Hong Kong shopping guide.

Even a short visit out of town makes a fine contrast to the teeming streets of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island and steaming dim sum carts and harbour-view sundowners back in the city go down all the better after some active exploring of the chilled-out side to this territory that many visitors miss. ▲ top Hong Kong International Airport ( otherwise known as Chek Lap Kok, is large, airy and very 21st century.

It’ll take you an hour or two, but there’ll be little you haven’t seen by the end of it.

They’ve been running from Kennedy Town to Shau Kei Wan since 1904, and cost just HK$2.30. Send us your Feedback / Letter to the Editor For another quintessential Hong Kong that’s also a bargain, hop on the bobbing Star Ferry ( to do the famous shuttle from Hong Kong to Kowloon for HK$2.50 (Monday to Friday) or HK$3 on weekends and holidays. ▲ top First, some offbeat – and some downright bizarre – detours.

A taxi to town from the airport will set you back around HK$250 to Kowloon and HK$300 to Hong Kong Island (US$1 = HK$7.8) but the fast and convenient Airport Express train will whip you into town in 23 minutes for just HK$150 (it has gone up from $100).

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Adding to the multitude of duty free shopping options already available at Terminal One, it has entertainment outlets such as a 4D IMAX movie theatre, and an Aviation Discovery Centre – part museum part, educational amusements.Shifty street-side astrologers vie with gleaming multi-storey malls, and frantic cut-price electronic stores compete with gorgeous quiet beaches and hiking trails in the sparsely populated outlying islands and the New Territories. And for more on sales and shoes, head to our Hong Kong shopping guide.Even a short visit out of town makes a fine contrast to the teeming streets of Kowloon and Hong Kong Island and steaming dim sum carts and harbour-view sundowners back in the city go down all the better after some active exploring of the chilled-out side to this territory that many visitors miss. ▲ top Hong Kong International Airport ( otherwise known as Chek Lap Kok, is large, airy and very 21st century.It’ll take you an hour or two, but there’ll be little you haven’t seen by the end of it.They’ve been running from Kennedy Town to Shau Kei Wan since 1904, and cost just HK$2.30. Send us your Feedback / Letter to the Editor For another quintessential Hong Kong that’s also a bargain, hop on the bobbing Star Ferry ( to do the famous shuttle from Hong Kong to Kowloon for HK$2.50 (Monday to Friday) or HK$3 on weekends and holidays. ▲ top First, some offbeat – and some downright bizarre – detours.A taxi to town from the airport will set you back around HK$250 to Kowloon and HK$300 to Hong Kong Island (US$1 = HK$7.8) but the fast and convenient Airport Express train will whip you into town in 23 minutes for just HK$150 (it has gone up from $100).

= HK.8) but the fast and convenient Airport Express train will whip you into town in 23 minutes for just HK0 (it has gone up from 0).

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