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from Macau ferry to Langham place

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from Macau ferry to Langham place

how do i go from ferry terminal to langham place? which is the nearer ferry?

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1. Re: from Macau ferry to Langham place

First of all, there are TWO ferry termini serving passengers from Macau: (1) HK Macau Ferry Terminal at Sheung Wan, Hong Kong Island and (2) HK China Ferry Terminal at Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon. Make sure you know which terminal you are using.

Langham Place is exactly located on top of the Mongkok MTR Station (the MRT in HK), Kowloon.

The HK Macau Ferry Terminal on HK Island side is just located within the same building of the Sheung Wan MTR Station just like the Vivo City in Singapore. If you are not travelling with big luggage, you can use the MTR from Sheung Wan and then change at Central Station and go to Mongkok Station. It takes about 30-40 mins in total. If you have large luggage, you cannot board the MTR and you have to take taxi which costs about HK$ 90 + $40 Western Harbour Crossing charge + $5 per luggage charge. Don't use the cheaper Hunghom Crossing because it is very congested.

If you use the HK China Ferry Terminal at Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, just take the taxi and it cost about HK$40 + $5 per luggage charge. I do NOT recommend using the MTR in this situation because the ferry terminal is not close to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station (about 15-20 mins walk).

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