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The hotel is easily accessible to all major transport links, shopping arcades, restaurants and tourist attractions, including Kowloon City Plaza, Festival Walk, MegaBox and the Ladies’ Market in Mong Kok, and is within walking distance of the historic Kowloon Walled City Park. Hong Kong International Airport is 35 minutes away by car.  

 



Driving Directions From Airport

Exit Hong Kong International Airport and follow highway signs for Kowloon. Cross Tsing Ma Bridge and follow signs for Kowloon. Using Route 9, go into the Kwun Tong lane then follow signs to Wong Tai Sin/Kowloon City.

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HK$25 per hour per vehicle (subject to availability)

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