Last updated 2024-01-18

Kai Tak

Kai Tak is currently undergoing a new phase of development, which includes the former Kai Tak Airport site and the adjacent waterfront area. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is a significant tourism infrastructure, featuring two berths capable of accommodating large cruise ships. The three-story terminal building houses the berths, passenger clearance facilities, and commercial areas, known for its unique design and serving as a landmark along Victoria Harbour. Additionally, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park, located on the rooftop of the building, is an ideal vantage point spanning approximately 23,000 square meters, offering breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour.

Places

Kai Tak Station

Kai Tak is currently undergoing a new phase of development, which includes the former Kai Tak Airport site and the adjacent waterfront area. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is a significant tourism infrastructure, featuring two berths capable of accommodating large cruise ships. The three-story terminal building houses the berths, passenger clearance facilities, and commercial areas, known for its unique design and serving as a landmark along Victoria Harbour. Additionally, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park, located on the rooftop of the building, is an ideal vantage point spanning approximately 23,000 square meters, offering breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour.

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is situated at the former runway tip of the old Kai Tak Hong Kong International Airport, serving as a significant tourism infrastructure in Hong Kong. It can accommodate two large cruise ships with a total tonnage of up to 220,000 tons simultaneously. The terminal building has three levels, featuring berths, passenger clearance facilities, and a commercial area. Its distinctive design has made it a landmark within Victoria Harbour. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is a spacious rooftop garden covering approximately 23,000 square meters, offering an ideal place to enjoy panoramic views of Victoria Harbour. Located on the site of the former Kai Tak Airport runway and facing Victoria Harbour, the terminal is a popular choice for events and incentives in the city. Visitors can admire the spectacular harbor vistas, explore nearby attractions via convenient transportation facilities, savor local cuisine, or simply relax in the extensive rooftop garden.

From Airport to Popular Destinations

From Airport Concourse to Kai Tak Station

Kai Tak is currently undergoing a new phase of development, which includes the former Kai Tak Airport site and the adjacent waterfront area. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is a significant tourism infrastructure, featuring two berths capable of accommodating large cruise ships. The three-story terminal building houses the berths, passenger clearance facilities, and commercial areas, known for its unique design and serving as a landmark along Victoria Harbour. Additionally, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park, located on the rooftop of the building, is an ideal vantage point spanning approximately 23,000 square meters, offering breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour.

From Airport Concourse to Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is situated at the former runway tip of the old Kai Tak Hong Kong International Airport, serving as a significant tourism infrastructure in Hong Kong. It can accommodate two large cruise ships with a total tonnage of up to 220,000 tons simultaneously. The terminal building has three levels, featuring berths, passenger clearance facilities, and a commercial area. Its distinctive design has made it a landmark within Victoria Harbour. Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park is a spacious rooftop garden covering approximately 23,000 square meters, offering an ideal place to enjoy panoramic views of Victoria Harbour. Located on the site of the former Kai Tak Airport runway and facing Victoria Harbour, the terminal is a popular choice for events and incentives in the city. Visitors can admire the spectacular harbor vistas, explore nearby attractions via convenient transportation facilities, savor local cuisine, or simply relax in the extensive rooftop garden.

Buildings

  • 101
  • TOWER 2
  • TOWER 3
  • CHINA LIGHT POWER KAI TAK SUBSTATION
  • KAI TAK COMMUNITY HALL
  • KAI TAK CRUISE TERMINAL
  • KAI TAK POLICE STATION
  • KAI TAK TUNNEL ADMINISTRATION BUILDING
  • TRADE AND INDUSTRY TOWER
  • ONE KAI TAK (I)
  • STAR WAVES, VICTORIA SKYE
  • ONE KAI TAK (II)
  • TAK LONG ESTATE
  • VICTORIA SKYE
  • KAI TAK MTR STATION
  • KAI LONG COURT
  • OASIS KAI TAK
  • OCEAN WAVES, VICTORIA SKYE
  • VIBE CENTRO
  • K CITY
  • DE NOVO
  • MINI STUDIO
  • SUN KIT PANG
  • MING TAK ESTATE


Restaurants

  • Federal Cruise Banquet Centre
  • Cafe Aberdeen
  • My Harbour
  • Origami Kids Cafe
  • Prime Steakhouse
  • Lobby Cafe
  • Blue Lagoon
  • Seafood Grill
  • Vintage Room
  • The Lido
  • Dessert Country
  • Cafe 100% (Kai Long Court)
  • Cafe de Itamomo (Kai Long Court)
  • One Ho Yin
  • MAMA Bakery
  • Yamazaki Boulangerie Chaude
  • Original Taste Workshop
  • Sushi Take-Out
  • 隨心烘焙
  • Tastea
  • La Mensa Grill & Bar (Oasis Place)
  • 魚眾不同酸菜魚 (啟德一號)
  • Tong Kee Bao Dim (Kai Tak Station)
  • Master 13


Hong Kong MTR/Bus and Other Transportation Service

Citybus

Citybus Limited is a bus company which provides both franchised and non-franchised service in Hong Kong. The franchised route network serves Hong Kong Island, cross-harbour routes, North Lantau, Hong Kong International Airport, Kowloon, New Territories, Shenzhen Bay Port and Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge Hong Kong Port.

Kowloon Motor Bus

The Kowloon Motor Bus Company (1933) Limited (KMB) is a bus company operating franchised services in Hong Kong. It is the largest bus company in Hong Kong by fleet size and number of bus routes, with over 4000 buses and 420 routes. It is a subsidiary of Transport International.

MTR

The railway network in Hong Kong consists of nine different railway lines, covering the major areas and suburbs of Hong Kong. These lines include the Island Line, Kwun Tong Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Tseung Kwan O Line, East Rail Line, Tuen Ma Line, South Island Line, Tung Chung Line, and Airport Express.

Light Rail Transit

The Light Rail, also known as the Light Rail Transit (LRT),officially the North-West Railway, is a light rail system in Hong Kong, serving the northwestern New Territories, within Tuen Mun District and Yuen Long District. The system operates over 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge track, using 750 V DC overhead power supply. It was once one of four systems comprising the KCR network in Hong Kong, before the MTR–KCR merger in 2007. It has a daily ridership of about 483,000 people.

Tram

Hong Kong Tramways (HKT) is a 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) narrow-gauge tram system in Hong Kong. Owned and operated by RATP Dev, the tramway runs on Hong Kong Island between Kennedy Town and Shau Kei Wan, with a branch circulating through Happy Valley.

Star Ferry

The Star Ferry is a passenger ferry service operator and tourist attraction in Hong Kong.[1] Its principal routes carry passengers across Victoria Harbour, between Hong Kong Island, and Kowloon. The service is operated by the Star Ferry Company, which was founded in 1888 as the Kowloon Ferry Company, and adopted its present name in 1898.

Sun Ferry

Sun Ferry Services Company Limited, more widely known as Sun Ferry and formerly New World First Ferry Services, is a ferry service company in Hong Kong. The company was established in November 1999, when it took over the eight licensed ferry routes transferred from Hongkong and Yaumati Ferry in January 2000.

Hong Kong & Kowloon Ferry

Hong Kong & Kowloon Ferry Ltd (HKKF) is a ferry service company in Hong Kong. It was formed by a number of shipping and shipbuilding firms, and was incorporated in Hong Kong in February 1998.

Peak Tram

The Peak Tram is a funicular railway in Hong Kong, which carries both tourists and residents to the upper levels of Hong Kong Island. Running from Garden Road Admiralty to Victoria Peak via the Mid-Levels, it provides the most direct route and offers good views over the harbour and skyscrapers of Hong Kong. Operated since 1888, it was the first funicular railway in Asia.

Ngong Ping 360

Ngong Ping 360 (Chinese: 昂坪360) is a bicable gondola lift on Lantau Island in Hong Kong. Intended to improve tourism to the area, the aerial lift was previously known as Tung Chung Cable Car Project before acquiring the Ngong Ping 360 brand in April 2005.

New Lantao Bus

The New Lantao Bus Company (1973) Limited, commonly known as New Lantao Bus or NLB, is a franchised bus company operating in Hong Kong. It mainly operates bus routes on Lantau Island.

Discovery Bay Bus

Discovery Bay Bus is a bus company in Hong Kong, operated by Discovery Bay Transportation Services Limited, a subsidiary of Hong Kong Resort International, the developer of Discovery Bay. It provides 24-hour internal and external transportation services for parts of Discovery Bay on Lantau Island. Due to the traffic control measures implemented since the opening of the Discovery Bay Tunnel, which serves as the main access point to Discovery Bay, restricting the passage of other vehicles, Discovery Bay Bus is the only organization that offers land-based public transportation services in the Discovery Bay area.

Ma Wan Bus

Park Island Transport Company Limited (PITCL) is a non-franchised bus company in Hong Kong. Established in 2002, it operates bus and ferry services between Ma Wan Island and other parts of Hong Kong territory.

Sun Bus

Sun Bus is a subsidiary of Transport International Holdings Ltd. It specializes in providing various non-franchise bus services, including village bus services, employee and student shuttle services, shopping mall shuttle buses, and cross-border bus operations.

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