Popular and easy to enjoy the view of Victoria harbour, Hong Kong
Star Ferry providing servies to Hong Kong citizens over 100 years. It is a cheap and convenience transportation from Kowloon to Hong Kong island. You may enjoy a brilliant harbour view at night time. ...
Poor manner asking to wear mask while drinking juice
Is drinking juice prohibited on Star Ferry? I was rudely asked to wear mask while driving juice. When asked to show sign or poster advising against drinking fluid on public transportation, staff just ...
Crossing Victoria Harbour on a Star Ferry has been named by National Geographic as one of the "fifty places of a lifetime." Now, you have the opportunity to step back to the days of old and experience an era when third generation Star ferries were the major passenger connection between Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. Step aboard the fabulous "Shining Star" ferry, a beautiful re-creation of the ferries that plied Victoria Harbour in the 1920s. Relax and enjoy the magnificent view while sipping a cup of fine coffee in an air-conditioned, on-vessel cafe or soak up the sun on the open decks while enjoying the cooling sea breezes.
Central Waterfront Promenade
Lung King Heen
"Cantonese Cuisine""Spectacular Views"
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong
Tiffany & Co.(IFC)
Jaeger-LeCoultre (IFC Mall)
The Star Ferry has operated for over a hundred years in Victoria Harbor. The Star Ferry, Hong Kong's tramcar and the Victoria Peak funicular are all equally popular. The Star Ferry plays a large role in the marine transportation system from Hong Kong to Kowloon. It is also popular with sightseers in the area.
There are two options for public transport between
Tsim Sha Tsui and Central. Apart from the MTR, it is the Star Ferry.
National Geographic magazine once listed the Star Ferry Tour as one of the 50 must-have items in life. This 100-year-old Star Ferry has always been a tool for Hong Kong citizens to shuttle to Victoria Harbour. Even if there are already many undersea tunnels and MTRs, everyone is willing to take it.
I really like this retro ferry, the price is very cheap, 2.5 one way. After visiting the Victoria Harbour, take the Star Ferry to the Central Pier.
Star Ferry I sat once in the day and night, watching the Victoria Harbour on the small wheel, more vibrant, the Victoria Harbour during the day, the light and windy, the Victoria Harbour at night, romantic and moving.
For me, the scenery of Victoria Harbour is not enough again.
"Star Ferry" has been praised by National Geographic Travel Magazine as one of the 50 must-see attractions in life. It is also one of the cheapest ways to cross the sea. Our first stop today is Central, then take a ride. Ferry boat.
Recently, I was crazy about the red wall on the Internet. I have to find this wall. In fact, it is almost incomparable with the graffiti wall in Melbourne. It is easy to shoot the wall. It takes time to shoot the no one from the pile of people. What's more, it is such a small street, and there are so many cars passing by. . .
Location: Exit K of Central MTR, head toward Lan Kwai Fong, Hollywood Road (near Caledon Street), and see the wall where the crowd is.
Although the dock is old, it does not affect its functional use at all. The barrier-free facilities have been so good for decades, and it is completely barrier-free to take the cart with the meat.
After more than a hundred years ago, the Star Ferry may be the only way to connect Central and Tsim Sha Tsui. Now the sea can be a subway or a car, but there are still so many people returning here to experience the Star Ferry every day. High efficiency and low price, it also gives us a more perspective on the Victoria Harbour and a historical experience.