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Getting around Hong Kong couldn't be easier than with MTR. As MTR lines cover all major districts, it is quick and convenient to explore the whole city. There are nine commuter rail lines with easy interchange as well as a Light Rail network and...more
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The MTR is amazing and accessible, no language problem, ample signage, free wifi. The oyster card works everywhere but when returned they deduct 9 HKD from the security deposit which they say is refundable.
The MTR is a revelation as to what public transit can be. It is safe, clean, quiet, fast, easy to use and reliable. Additionally, if you are a senior, using the multiple-trip octopus card is remarkably inexpensive. You just do not need a car in...More
very easy to use. Has octopus card system so you buy a card for $150 and $100 of that is credit. The other $50 can be reclaimed if you don't want to keep the card when you leave. Can use on everything so great.
Have travelled all around Hong Kong by MTR and we are so impressed at how easy it is to do so. Everything Is colour-coded and well sign-posted. Walking to and from each station has given us the opportunity of seeing local people and how they...More
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Actually I didn't find any simple local street food in a certain place. Some stores in Yau Ma Tei Station (where you can visit also Canton road, Temple street, Jade Market and Lady Market) and in Food street (or Houston... More
Actually I didn't find any simple local street food in a certain place. Some stores in Yau Ma Tei Station (where you can visit also Canton road, Temple street, Jade Market and Lady Market) and in Food street (or Houston street) in Causeway Bay.