Here are some websites you may find useful when planning your trips. All the services and products listed here are those I have personally used and I hope you find them helpful. Feel free to bookmark this page and check back when planning a trip or before booking. Let’s have a look below:
Hong Kong Travel Resources
Hotels.com, part of Expedia, is a leading accommodation booking website, with over 500,000 properties around the world for you to choose, ranging from budget to luxury hotels. Accommodation can be sorted by star and guest rating, price, types and landmarks etc. Last minute deals and booking app are available. You can also book 10 nights and get 1 free wherever you go. Secure your room now!
The Hong Kong Airport Express train is the cheapest and fastest way to get from Hong Kong International Airport to the city centre. Enjoy free WiFi and device charging stations on board, in-town check-in at Hong Kong Station and Kowloon Station, as well as free shuttle bus service to major hotels. Book now and get to town in just 24 minutes.
Take the semi-open-top double decker bus and get a glimpse of Hong Kong’s famous attractions. Choices of 1-Day Classic ticket, 2-Days Premium or Deluxe tickets, Single Route ticket or Night Tour.
Every HongKonger I know has an Octopus card. This pre-paid card is a must-have for tourists as well considering its convenience. It can be used for riding public transport, dining and shopping etc. You can buy things and top up/ reload the card at MTR stations, McDonald’s, 7-Eleven and more.
Buy your Octopus card and travel hassle-free.
One of the newest and fastest growing Asian travel company offering various travel activities, attraction tickets such as Ocean Park and Hong Kong Disneyland, WIFI and SIM cards, day trips and guided tours. Explore Hong Kong now.
Wing On Travel
One of the biggest travel companies in Hong Kong. It has an online booking platform and numerous branches throughout Hong Kong. It is famous for local and overseas guided tours and packages, with cruise, hotel and flight booking services. Check it out (Chinese website).
If you travel outside Hong Kong for leisure or business, you may want to rent a car. Rentalcars.com searches through major car rental companies like Hertz and Avis, and offer you some best deals. Easy to use.
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