From the Hong Kong International Airport to HKUST

By Taxi

Taxi is the easiest means of transport from the airport to the University. Take a RED taxi (don't take Green or Blue-coloured taxi, as they are restricted to travel in the New Territories and Lantau Island respectively) at the designated taxi stand of the airport directly to HKUST; the cost is approximately HK$350, and the travel time is about 45 minutes.

Please note that the taxi driver will punch in the toll charges onto the meter and show you the exact total amount you need to pay. Tipping is not customary, you only need to round up to the next dollar. Taxis typically do not accept credit cards, so please have HK dollars in cash available.

Taxi drivers in Hong Kong may not communicate well in English. You might need to print one of these taxi driver instructions (written in Chinese), and show it to the taxi driver after boarding.

Destination: HKUST Business School (Lee Shau Kee Business Building)

HKUST Business School address and taxi driver instructions.pdf

By Airport Express and MTR trains, Public Buses

There are other means of transportation from the airport to the University. They are less expensive, but less convenient and more time consuming.

For details, please click on the following web page.

Other means of transportation from the airport to HKUST.pdf

Between the University and Downtown

A taxi from the University campus to Kowloon/Hong Kong Island costs HK$150-200. The nearest subway stations to the University are located at Hang Hau and Choi Hung. From Hang Hau, you can reach the University by taking bus 91M, mini-bus 11, 11M or 11S. From Choi Hung, you can reach the University using bus 91 or 91M, mini-buses 11 or 11S. A taxi from Hang Hau to the University costs around HK$40 and from Choi Hung a taxi costs HK$70.

For details, please refer to the following pages.

Public Transport Information

MTR System Map

University Map



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