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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Kowloon Guide

Kowloon Ferry Port

Found on the northern banks of the bustling Victoria Harbour is the Hong Kong district of Kowloon, an ultra-modern metropolis edged by waterfront tower blocks that dominate the South China skyline. Meaning “Nine Dragons” in Cantonese after the mountains that surround the city, Kowloon is the perfect destination for travellers itching for an authentic Hong Kong experience away from the tourist hubbub found on the main island across the bridges to the south. The port of Kowloon is located on the south-western tip of the district just a short walk from the Avenue of Stars, a street dedicated to the heroes of the Hong Kong film industry and the site of a bronze statue commemorating Bruce Lee, arguably the city’s most famous citizen. The port’s passenger terminal can be found alongside the northernmost pier jutting out from Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront. From here passengers can look out across the harbour and savour the breath-taking views of the imposing cityscape, a sight that includes the soaring IFC Tower 2. The port is also home to a boutique shopping centre and a host of restaurants that ply their trade within the undercover Ocean Terminal just a short walk away. The passenger route from Kowloon port to Macau snakes westwards between the archipelago of islands that pepper the South China Sea. It’s a short journey serviced by both TurboJet and Cotai Water who offer a multitude of daily high-speed ferries across the sea. Getting to the port is a straightforward affair. The nearby Kowloon train station offers routes directly to and from Hong Kong airport, while a multitude of bus stops can be found on Canton Road adjacent to the port. The Mass Transit Railway is also within walking distance, a rapid transport service that whisks passengers to all corners of the district.

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