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How to take the bus from Hong Kong International Airport (HKG) to Shenzhen, Guangdong and other South China cities

by Captain G on Jan.26, 2010, under Business Travel, Vacation



If you are flying to Hong Kong International Airport (”HKIA” or “HKG”) to get to South China (Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Dongguan, Huizhou, Foshan and Zhongshan) for business or pleasure, there are many options to go directly from HKIA to Shenzhen and Guangzhou without setting foot in Hong Kong. The best option is to use one of the three to four bus operators that go from HKG to South China every hour.

Bus tickets to South China can be purchased at the Coach Station counters located at the Arrival Concourse of HKG’s Terminal 1 (near A8, A9, and A10) or at the Coach Station located at HKG Terminal 2. Here’s a link to the bus operators and where they are located at HKG.
All buses depart from the Coach Station at HKG Terminal 2. Do not be too concerned if your flight arrives at Terminal 1; HKG Terminals 1 and 2 are a 10-15 minute walk from each other.

You can visit this link to check bus departures and times, and book tickets beforehand.

If you’re stuck in HKG and need a place to stay, check out my previous blog on “Where to Stay in Hong Kong.”

Below is a map of HKIA’s Coach Station for your reference:

 
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2 comments for this entry:
  1. How to take the train from HKG to Shenzhen and Guangdong (China) - Triangle Trip

    [...] Guangzhou, Dongguan, Huizhou, Foshan and Zhongshan) for business or pleasure is by bus (see my previous post with step by step directions). If you are not comfortable with taking the bus from HKIA and prefer [...]

  2. steve

    Ummm … you said “without setting foot in Hong Kong”. All these options means you have to enter Hong Kong, going through their border crossing through their customs officials. You are in every way, shape, and form, setting foot in Hong Kong, subject to all Hong Kong entry regulations, subject to all their laws, etc.

    I do this every month.

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