Buses, Mini-buses


Service Areas: All of Hong Kong except outlying islands

Operating Hours: Major routes provide 24 hour services as well

Public Light Buses (Minibuses)

Major Bus Companies:

* Cross Harbour means crossing the Victoria Harbour; i.e. From HK Island to Kowloon or New Territories, or vice versa)

All bus routes cover most areas of Hong Kong. Buses are also the major public transportation for travelling to Hong Kong Island's Southern District, like Ocean Park, Repulse Bay and Stanley.

Airbus is cheaper than Airport Express trains. A11 to Hong Kong Island's Central, Wanchai, Causeway Bay or North Point only cost HK$40; A21 to Kowloon's Mong Kok, Tsim Sha Tsui and Hung Hom station only cost HK$33.

The frequency of buses are very high, and all Hong Kong Island and Cross Harbour buses are air conditioned; for Kowloon and New Territories over 75% of buses are air conditioned as well. If you are familiar with Hong Kong's geographical areas, catching a bus is a very convenient way of travelling through Hong Kong! (Well, except in traffic jams!)

Service Areas: All of Hong Kong, except Lantau Island and Outlying Islands

Operating Hours: Major routes provide 24 hours services as well

There are two types of minibuses, the Green and the Red. The Green minibuses are more organised, and they are operated by big companies and run on fixed routes. The red minibuses are mostly operated by individuals and can pick their own routes.

Passengers are required to pay when boarding the Green minibuses, while they are required to pay when leaving the Red minibuses.

The minibuses are famous for their speed and frequency, therefore you can save lots of time when travelling on minibuses!