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J Steiner
Hong Kong, China201 contributions
Awful
Aug 2020
This is the only form of HK public transportation that I hate. Unreliable, cramped, dirty and subject to traffic delays. I try to avoid it all costs.

In the rain, it's crowded and you have to wait for several buses. Not worth it at all. Opt for the minbus instead as it is cheaper and you are guaranteed a seat.
Written September 23, 2020
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CTC
Montreal, Canada3 contributions
Cityflyer - Much better and value for money than the Airport Express train
Jan 2020
Buses in Hong Kong are clean, comfortable and affordable. For those getting into the city from the airport, I would highly recommend using the Cityflyer bus services instead of the Airport Express train. The Cityflyer buses are much cheaper (HK$40 compared to HK$110 for the train) but still speedy. The train is fast but unless you are staying in hotels around the train station, there's a high chance that buses would swift you to your hotel faster as the train stations are quite far from the urban core. There's English announcements on hotels nearby played on board so you will be sure of which stop you should get off.
Written February 20, 2020
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Maree B
1 contribution
A21 from airport to Kowloon
Feb 2020
Catching Bus A21 from the airport to our hotel and back again was so easy. Cost is HK$33 one way or HK$55 return and you can use your octopus card. Plenty of storage room for your luggage and there is a TV screen showing which stop you are at and how many minutes to each stop in english.
Written February 7, 2020
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Amanda
Valencia, Spain373 contributions
A21 Airport bus to Diamond Hill station Excellant!
Mar 2019 • Couples
When you have your cases and before you leave the airport find the desk to buy a rechargeable bus/metro card. If you are over 65 you are known as an elder and the fates are considerably reduced. If you don't take this avenue your fare will be much more expensive
On boarding the bus there are racks for luggage and the stops are show on several screens around the bus. Nice modern spacious buses and definitely the easiest and most economical way to reach Kowloon.
Written July 23, 2019
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mabeline88
Singapore, Singapore33 contributions
Value for money
Jul 2019 • Couples
Good alternative if you are not pampered. My boyfriend and I took the A21 bus for almost 16 to 17 stops. Very smooth journey with no jam. Lots of places for lugguage to place while we commute. Enough space for almost 30 baggage. Display of stop names in english is available on monitor, makes you feel very safe. 16 to 17 stops took us almost 35 to 40 mins. Payment can be make by octopus pass.. not necessary to get tickets.
Written July 11, 2019
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Isak B
21 contributions
Cheap and convenient
Jun 2019 • Business
I used to take the hkk express train thinking that it was the fastest way. But the time you spent to walk to the train and afterwards to the shuttles for the Hotels and the waiting time etc makes it almost longer that the bus itself. The train is 115 hkk dollars and the bus is only 40 and passes closed to many major hotels just need to ask the nearest one to yours(there is an information desk) before you take it. Comfortable with reasonable budget
Written June 23, 2019
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jb_c
Metro Manila, Philippines180 contributions
Efficient
Jun 2019
On time and safe. Drivers are professional and the bus clean. Get an octopus card for easy tap upon boarding. I usually take the second level for a better view of the city. Just like having a city tour.
Written June 1, 2019
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Sunshine And Robins
Makati, Philippines193 contributions
Smooth ride from airport, rollercoaster like going back
Apr 2019
It’s a cheap alternative to the airport express. You get to maximize your payment of HKD55 (round trip tickets). Seats are comfy and you have a viewing monitor at the upper deck so you can check on your suitcases.

From airport to Mong Kok, ride was smooth. Going back though, the bus was full, so we had to stand. The driver drove fast and some of the suitcases were getting thrown on the floor.

I will still take this transpo on my next trip.
Written April 21, 2019
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Naresh R
Hong Kong, China1 contribution
Poor bus schedule management
Mar 2019
Poor bus schedule management......
This bus never comes on time there is always delay in bus schedule timing
Written March 28, 2019
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thetravelorganizer
Tega Cay, SC486 contributions
Often crowded but really inexpensive for seniors with an Octopus card
Feb 2019 • Solo
Air conditioned, double-decker city buses with free Wi-Fi are likely to get you closer to your hotel (especially if it is in Kowloon) than the Airport Express. They depart from the airport’s Ground Transportation Center which is down the ramp to your right after exiting the Arrivals Hall. Cost: Varies by final destination; you’ll probably use one of the 6 Cityflyer routes serving Kowloon and Hong Kong Island; one-way prices range from $33 HKD ($4.20 USD) to $48 HKD ($6.12 USD). Frequency of service: About every 10 minutes during the day, about every 30 minutes at night. Time to destination: 45-75 minutes, depending on route and traffic. Tips: (1) If you add the time spent waiting for and riding the Airport Express’ free hotel shuttle buses, the public buses can turn out to be the fastest as well as the least expensive option. (2) If you are using a senior Octopus Card, fares are cut in half!
Written March 23, 2019
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