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Hong Kong Airport Arrival Help Needed

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I have never done this. I will arrive at Hong Kong airport from the US on CX (Cathay Pacific) I believe the arrival will be at TERMINAL 1. I will need to get to the desk in TERMINAL 2 to exchange prepaid AIRPORT EXPRESS voucher for pass at Plaza Premium Lounge (Arrival Hall, Terminal 2). I am trying to understand the logistics. I have tried looking at websites, but still not really clear.

Is it advisable or not to have prepaid for the AIRPORT EXPRESS. If it is not prepaid where do you purchase a round trip pass? (I can cancel the prepaid voucher) I am kind of hoping to avoid any long lines if possible.

Can someone give me a little basic walk through of the process I should expect from arrival at TERMINAL 1 ending up at Salisbury YMCA Hotel on Kowloon.

TIA

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