Duration
24m
Distance
35.5 km
Average price
$230
Possible routes
8 found

Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel

Rome2rio has found 8 ways to get from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel by subway, bus, taxi, car and shuttle. We recommend taking the subway from Hung Hom to Austin and then taking the subway from Kowloon to Asia World Expo, which takes around 55m.
Recommended route

Subway

  1. Hung Hom
  2. Kowloon
  3. Asia World Expo
55m
$98 - $125
Alternative routes

Bus via Ping Chi Street

  1. Ping Chi Street
  2. Airport
1h 27m
$30 - $50

Bus

  1. Hung Hom
  2. Hong Kong Airport
1h 32m
Cheapest
$30 - $45

Taxi

  1. Hung Hom (Station)
  2. Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel
27m
$340 - $420

Drive

  1. Hung Hom (Station)
  2. Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel
27m
$45 - $70

Towncar

  1. Hung Hom (Station)
  2. Hong Kong Airport
25m
Bookable on Rome2rio
$550 - $800

Shuttle

  1. Hung Hom (Station)
  2. Hong Kong Airport
Fastest
24m
Bookable on Rome2rio
$243

Uber

  1. Hung Hom (Station)
  2. Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel
27m
$240 - $270

Frequently asked questions

Want to know about travelling from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel? We have put together a list of the most frequently asked questions from our users such as "What is the cheapest mode of transport?", "What is the quickest option?", "How much do tickets usually cost?" and many more.

The cheapest way to get from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel is to bus which costs $30 - $45 and takes 1h 32m.

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The quickest way to get from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel is to shuttle which costs $243 and takes 24m.

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Yes, there is a direct bus departing from Ping Chi Street and arriving at Airport. Services depart every 20 minutes, and operate every day. The journey takes approximately 56m.

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The distance between Hung Hom (Station) and Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel is 25 km. The road distance is 35.5 km.

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The best way to get from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel without a car is to subway which takes 55m and costs $95 - $130.

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It takes approximately 55m to get from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel, including transfers.

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Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel bus services, operated by Citybus, depart from Ping Chi Street station.

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Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel bus services, operated by Citybus, arrive at Airport station.

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Yes, the driving distance between Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel is 36 km. It takes approximately 27m to drive from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel.

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There are 668+ hotels available in Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel. Prices start at $204 HKD per night.

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How to travel from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel

Find all the possible transport options for your trip from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel right here. Rome2rio displays up to date schedules, route maps, journey times and estimated fares from relevant transport operators, ensuring you can make an informed decision about which option will suit you best. Click the map below to see more travel options.

What companies run services between Hung Hom (Station) and Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel?

Citybus operates a bus from Hung Hom (Station) to Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel every 20 minutes. Tickets cost $30 - $50 and the journey takes 56m.
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Tung Chung, Hong Kong

Tung Chung, meaning 'eastern stream', is an area situated on the north-western coast of Lantau Island in Hong Kong. Tung Chung, currently one of the latest generation of new towns, was formerly a rural village around Tung Chung Wan, and along the delta and lower courses of Tung Chung River and Ma Wan Chung in the north-western coast of Lantau Island. The area was once a major defence stronghold against pirates and foreign military during Ming and Qing dynasties. - Wikipedia

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