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We had a dinner organized at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal for a conference that was being held in Hong Kong, and I was very impressed with the venue. They brought us over by ferry at night, so we had the pleasure of seeing all...More
OK - fair disclosure - used to the Ocean Terminal close by the Peninsula, Star Ferry and the metro line - so arriving at the "new" Kai Taj Cruise Terminal" disappointed. It is enormous, it is new.... but it is a USD $24 cab ride...More
Very close to the city but the moving escalators were not turned on, and it was a long walk to the baggage pick up point.
Lift to ground floor was crowded as there were only 2 elevators.
Transfers efficient, taxi station but free taxis at...More
Terminal is modern, has lots of walking to exits, still looking for the shops, I went everywhere including the roof garden ,which had great views over the city/harbour.
also I have to say i couldn't find the cafe, and ai walked several klms around the...More
We caught a taxi from Kowloon to the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal (HKD$115=AUD$19). As soon as we arrived at the Cruise Terminal to board the QM2, some Cunard representatives took our bags and we kept an eye on them until they went down the Cunard...More
This is a nice and modern cruise terminal. Although it is not in the heart of city, there is a green minibus, #86, that quickly and efficiently can connect you to the public transportation network in Hong Kong. But you will need to be prepared...More
When terminal extension completed will be very modern with all facilities under 2-3 floors? getting to the terminal at construction stage is a little difficult and slow approx. 3-4 klm from CBD allow a little extra time.