Hong Kong Cruise ship Terminal
Hong Kong Cruise Port
Hong Kong, with an advantageous geographical location and natural water deep sea ports, is one of the most important ports in the Asia Pacific region. It can berth world's largest and most technically advanced ships. The two major cruise terminals in Hong Kong are Ocean Terminal and Kai Tak Cruise Terminal.
Ocean Terminal (香港海运大厦邮轮码头)
Ocean Terminal is a cruise terminal and shopping center located in Tsim Sha Tsui District, Kowloon peninsula, Hong Kong. Its location is tourist central of Hong Kong and many of the city's landmark hotels, restaurants, parks, world-class shops, best museums, and markets are in the area.
It began operation in March, 1966. With an overall length of 380 meters, the cruise terminal can berth two large Cruise ships of up to 50, 000 tons or four small cruise ships at the same time. Besides being a cruise terminal, Ocean Terminal also includes 1, 111 square meters of office area and 72, 000 square meters of shopping mall; with its 112 shops it is the largest shopping centre in Hong Kong.
Location: Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. 香港九龙尖沙咀
Cruise Ships Use the Cruise Terminal
In the past years, Ocean Terminal berthed numerous luxurious and elegant cruise ships from various cruise lines, including Azamara, Costa, Crystal, Cunard, Fred. Olsen, Hapag-Lloyd, Holland America, Norwegian, Oceania & P&O, Princess, Regent Seven Seas, Royal Caribbean, Seabourn, Silversea, and Star Cruises
How to Get ThereHong Kong International Airport
Ocean Terminal is about 34 kilometers from Hong Kong International Airport. There is no direct public transportation between Ocean Terminal and Hong Kong Airport. It takes about 40 minutes if you take a taxi. The taxi fare is about 240 yuan.
Another option is to take airport express from Hong Kong International Airport to MTR Kowloon Station (about 20 minutes), then take bus 110 from MRT Kowloon Station to Peking Road Station, and then walk for 230 meters to Ocean Terminal.
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal（香港启德邮轮码头）
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is Hong Kong's new cruise terminal, located at the site of the former Kai Tak Airport. It began operations on June 13, 2013. Its berthing capacity is up to 220, 000 tons, which enables two 360-metre-long mega cruise ships to berth at the same time. The other cruise terminal in Hong Kong, Ocean Terminal cannot berth such large ships.
Location: 33 Shing Fung Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong. 香港九龙承丰道33号
Hong Kong International Airport is about 42 kilometers from Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, it takes about 43 minutes by taxi.
Hung Hom train station is about 10 kilometers. It takes about 16 minutes by taxi.Nearby attractions:the sublimely elegant Chi Lin Nunnery, Nan Lian Garden, the Kowloon City food district and the famed Lei Yue Mun seafood bazaar
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