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The Hong Kong Express is part of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) system in Hong Kong. The Airport Express line runs parallel to the MTR Lantau Line but is the only line that makes it all the way to the Airport Terminal.
There are five stations in the Airport Express line, the Teal colored line in the MTR maps: the Airport Station, the Asia-World Expo Station where the line ends, and three Stations which most travellers are likely to use to get into the city: Tsing Yi, Kowloon and Hong Kong in Central.
Once you arrive at your Station, there are free shuttle buses with stops at the major hotels, as well as MTR stations, ferry and rail terminals.
Riding the Hong Kong Airport Express from the city to the Airport is also convenient.
This is extremely convenient when you have a late flight, it allows you to check your luggage in the city and you can spend the day without having to carry your bags around.
Hong Kong Airport Express Stations
Airport Terminal: at the Arrivals Hall just follow the "Trains to City" huge signs, you can't miss it!
Unlike the Airport Buses which run different lines with several stops each, there is only one Airport Express line, which makes it really easy, you only need to decide in which of the other four stations to get off:
The Asia World Station (not pictured in map above) serves the Asia World Expo site, one of Hong Kong's Convention and Exhibition Centers, a venue for Trade Fairs, Concerts, and all kinds of events.
Tsing Yi: this station is convenient if you are staying in the New Territories. Connects to the vast MTR network via the Tung Chung (Lantau) line plus is a major hub for buses.
Kowloon: for destinations in the lower Kowloon Peninsula i.e. Tsim Sha Tsui, TST East, West Kowloon, Yaumatei, Mongkok, New Kowloon.
Central: for all Hong Kong Island locations i.e. Central, Sheung Wan, Wanchai, Causeway Bay, North Point Island South locations.
Signs for Trains to the City are clearly marked: "TsingYi, Kowloon, Hong Kong"
From the Central and Kowloon stations, there are free shuttle buses that take you to the hotels around their respective areas as well as selected MTR and rail stations. See below for .
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