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Best way to utilized layover of 9 hours in Hong Kong

Old Jan 1st, 2015, 02:38 PM
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Best way to utilized layover of 9 hours in Hong Kong

Dear Respected Reader:
Would you please help me plan out how to utilize my layover of 9 hours in Hong Kong?
Probably I would start 6am forward from a hotel somewhere in Kowloon as my departure is 3:30pm same day. Hope you could find me how to use the time in a best way possible.
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maybe a visit to the giant Buddha?? must be at airport by 1230-1300 for sure
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Old Jan 1st, 2015, 06:07 PM
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I'd want to go up to the Peak if the weather is clear.
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To maximise your time, first thing you do on that day is check-in at either the Kowloon or Hong Kong Airport Express stations so you only need to be back at airport at around 2:30p.
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Since your flight lands at 6am and your connecting flight departs at 3:30pm the same day, you
have roughly 9 hours between the flights. However, plan enough time for passing immigration and customs as well as time for traveling to downtown area or to places to the Big Buddha.

You might want to check out the following guide on how to plan a stop over in Hong Kong, what to consider and what you can do within a limited time frame: http://www.nextstophongkong.com/attr...urs/stop-over/
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