Conveniently located in the centre of Hong Kong, and by public transport just a stone’s throw to attractions such as:
Bus A22 (Running time: 05:20-00:10, every 15 mins) RECOMMENDED!
A22 takes approximately 50 mins. Alight at Farm Road stop (Cost: HKD39)
Tip: We recommend purchasing the Octopus prepaid card at the terminal to make your travels around Hong Kong easy. Tap the card on the bus or pay exact cash amount as no change will be given. Stow your big bag below, and head on up to the top deck to enjoy the view!
Bus N23 (Night bus option, departure times: 00:15 & 01:10)
N23 takes approximately 80 mins. Alight at Tin Kwong Road stop (Cost: HKD23)
Airport Express Train (Running time: 05:54 to 00:48, every 10 mins)
Take the Airport Express and alight at Kowloon Station (Cost: HKD90). From there either take a taxi (Cost: HKD50-60) or bus #11 (Cost: HKD5.10) and alight at the Tin Kwong Road stop
Take a red taxi (Cost: HKD250-300, approx. 40-50 mins)
Tip: Red taxis are urban Hong Kong and can go anywhere, blue colour are just for Lantau Island, whilst green colour are for Kowloon and the New Territories, all will use meter, however any bridge/ tunnel tolls will be added to the fare, luggage charges of HKD 5 per bag are sometimes applied.
From Hung Hom Train Station (coming from Shenzhen):
There are many buses that go between Hung Hom Station to To Kwa Wan. We recommend taking bus 101, 106, 108, 111 or 116 from exit D1 of Hung Hom station. All of them stop at either the Tin Kwong Road stop or Farm Road stop. (Cost: HKD 5-7, approx. 15 mins)
From the HK – Macau Ferry Terminal:
Take bus 111 and alight at Farm Road stop. (Cost: HKD 9.30, approx. 40 mins)
From China Ferry Terminal:
From bus terminus, take bus 14 and alight at Tin Kwong Road stop. (Costs: HKD6.80, approx. 25 mins)
From closest MTR subway stations:
Mong Kok MTR station (approx. 10-15 mins):
Taxi (Costs ~HKD40) or Green Minibus #28 from Exit B2. Alight at Pak Tai Street (Cost: HKD7.5).
Jordan MTR station (approx. 20 mins)
Bus 11 (HKD5.10) or 14 (HKD6.80) from Exit B2. Alight at Tin Kwong Road stop.
To Kwa Wan is one of the last remaining urban areas in Hong Kong that has large scale low rise walk up buildings (known as “Tong Lau” in Chinese) constructed and common throughout the ’60s. The area is amongst a few remaining neighbourhoods in HK that continue to hold its traditional character, with local bakeries, independent cafes, family run restaurants and shops.
Now is the time to experience this important heritage before it is gone. Walk the local streets and take in the sights, sounds and smells of real Hong Kong. Spot the washing being hung from the windows, try the fresh produce and markets that remain on the street corners, and try the vast range of flavours and dishes available in one of the hottest gastronomic areas of the city.
The neighbourhood is conveniently connected by multiple bus and minibus routes, making it easy to get to all parts of Hong Kong, including the spectacular countryside that only those in the know, know!
Stay at The Mahjong and experience the character and vibrancy of real Hong Kong!