The Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is located within 10 km (6 miles) of all Hong Kong’s major metro areas. It is approximately 42 km (25 miles) to the Hong Kong International Airport, or 10 km (6 miles) to the Kowloon Airport Express station with airline check-in. Hung Hom Station with rail connections to Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Dongguan, Shanghai, Beijing and other Chinese cities is 5km (3 miles) from the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.
For more information, please see “getting here“.
On ship call days, there are free shuttle buses for debarking cruise passengers and crew to nearby MTR stations adjoining shopping malls. During turn calls, additional paid shuttle service is typically available both from the cruise line (e.g. to airport) and from the terminal operator (e.g. to Kowloon Airport Express and Tsim Sha Tsui area hotels, and/or Hung Hom Station). Please ask shore excursion staff onboard for details.
Taxis are inexpensive and relatively honest, but supply is limited during debark, particularly on weekday mornings. We recommend debarking independent passengers to consider taking a free or paid shuttle bus, and onward taxi/MTR/bus after alighting.
Parking in the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is limited. We recommend local cruise visitors to take a taxi or public transportation to the terminal, in case a parking space is not available when you arrive.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the terminal, including the rooftop garden and the six F&B outlets: Dim sum / Chinese banqueting, Hong Kong-style cafe, Continental cuisine with local craft beers, Western cafe, International restaurant, and Champagne bar.
Money exchange service is available on ship call days.
Luggage storage is not available onsite, but debarking same day air travelers can check bags and receive their boarding pass up to 24 hours in advance at the Kowloon Airport Express station. This allows passengers to stay downtown and enjoy their day free of luggage before an evening flight.