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Stay near the airport or in the city

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Hello everyone I hope I can get some good advice. I am traveling to the Philippines in less than two weeks. I set up a layover for two nights in Hong Kong. This will be my first time in Hong Kong. I am scheduled to arrive at 6:30 PM and leave two days later at 8:30 AM. My question is about where I should stay. Is it better to stay at a hotel near the airport or in the city?

I am concerned about getting to the airport on time if I stay in the city. Will traffic be a problem? I have read there is a train to the airport, is that an option for leaving in the morning? How much would a taxi cost and is that the best option? How long does a tax or train (if that is an option) take to get to the airport?

Thank you in advance for anyone who can take a few minutes to answer these questions.

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