Getting around Hong Kong
Mass Transit Railway (MTR) is a great way to easily travel in Hong Kong. The railroads cover all areas from the New Territories, Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. It is safe, reliable, fast and convenient. The entire system has 91 stations now, covering 10 urban metro lines, the airport express line and an extra 12 light rail routes with 68 stops. You can basically travel everywhere in Hong Kong by MTR without worrying of traffic jam!
One of fastest ways to travel in Hong Kong is by the mini buses that can take you through the city. There are many routes crossing around different districts, so make sure you check out the route before hoping on! Mini Buses hold a maximum of 16 passengers, so prepare to wait a bit to get on one. One funny thing about Mini Buses is that they don’t have a stop button to press, so you will need to learn how to say, “next stop” in Cantonese and don’t be shy, shout it out loud to the driver to let them know!
If you want to have a fun time going back in time in Hong Kong, you should definitely try out Hong Kong’s most charming transportation ‘Ding Ding’. There are six main routes from Kennedy Town to Shau Kei Wan and you can travel from one end of the Island to the other while enjoying the stunning view along the way. It is cost-efficient and also an icon of Hong Kong.