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Dropping passengers off along the chilled out waters of Kowloon Bay, the Kai Tac Cruise Terminal is the main arrival point for passengers making their way to the relaxed waters of eastern Hong Kong. With instant access to artsy waterfront cafes and festive night markets, but still isolated along a separate island pier from the mainland, cruise goers should expect a fine mix of quietude and chaos. Public transportation that rests especially close to the cruise terminal includes the Ngau Tau Kok Subway Station, as well as the nearby Kwun Tong Ferry Terminal’s many boat departures. Go with a meet-and-greet service for the most convenience, relaxing with a tranquil local personal driver for basic transfers across town, or hop inside a luxury stretched limousine for upscale arrivals to one of many fine Chinese restaurants, other transfers ranging from the easygoing simplicity of sedans to the luxury of fitting plenty with a big chartered bus.


The first thing guests will find themselves near is the Kai Tac Cruise Terminal Park, located right beside the cruise port and offering relaxed views of the bay. With instant access to the neighborhood of Kowloon Bay, guests arriving to the port haven can discover the paved waterfront walkways of Kwun Tong Promenade, as well as paintings and conceptual pieces that make up the Sun Museum. Spend some time shopping at Laguna Plaza for a break from outside afterward, then moving toward unique architectural feats ranging from the Zero Carbon Building’s phenomenal eco-friendly design, to the indoor-outdoor vendors of Cattle Depot Artist Village. Gain dramatic views of the city by heading north toward Lion Rock Country Park, an astounding space known for its mountaintop vistas of the city as well as fun (but dangerous) hikes up cliffs. For something more modest, settle for dinner back by the pier, some of the coolest including the ritzy ambiance of Kowloon Bay’s Lei Garden Restaurant as well as the casual Taiwan-style eats from TeaWood Taiwanese Cafe & Restaurant.

Kai Tak Cruise airport shuttle service