Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, is located in the city's Central District, which puts it within a short walk from numerous transportation options, including light rail transit, airport express trains and ferries.
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The MTR (Mass Transit Railway) is an extensive subway system interconnecting Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the New Territories and Lantau Island.
From Hong Kong, passengers can travel with ease to Guangdong province, Beijing and Shanghai in mainland China using the MTR's intercity railway services.
The hotel is located within a short walk from the Admiralty MTR Station.
An icon of the city for decades, the Star Ferry offers a leisurely 7-minute ride across Victoria Harbour and is a convenient form of transportation that locals still use routinely.
There is one just about every five minutes, operating from early in the morning until 11:30pm. It covers three routes: one between Tsim Sha Tsui and Central, and one between Tsim Sha Tsui and Wan Chai
The Star Ferry terminal in Central is a five-minute car ride from the hotel.
The historic double-decker tramway runs on Hong Kong Island between Shau Kei Wan and Kennedy Town, with a branch in Happy Valley. While 240,000 residents still commute by tram every day, this mode of transport has been in operation since 1904 and is a popular sightseeing attraction.
You may hop aboard a tram along Queensway, in front of the Pacific Place Mall at the foot of the hotel.
The Peak Tram, a funicular railway which has been in operation since 1888, climbs a steep 373 meters up the lush mountainside of Victoria Peak.
Access to the Peak Tram Central Terminus is a ten-minute walk through Hong Kong Park, which is adjacent to the hotel.
A chauffeured limousine is a safe and comfortable way to get around Hong Kong. The hourly rate is HKD 1,000 and requires a minimum rental of two consecutive hours. The rate does not include bridge, tunnel and parking fees.