The most affordable private airport transfer service around the world, offering better quality than Uber and taxis. It includes 20min of free waiting time, tax and tolls; and it can be managed on their app.
Price from: 58$
Blacklane offers exclusivity at reasonable prices. If you are looking to travel with peace of mind, this is your choice: 60 minute waiting time at the airport, meet and greet, amazing chauffeurs and a 24/7 hotline. Pre-book and forget about exchanging currencies. Price from: 69$
Schedule your ride in advance and forget about the rest with this American car service operator. They guarantee the professional driver will be on time or your next ride will be for free. 100% reliable!
Price from: 70$
Looking for a transfer to/from the Hong Kong Airport? Their Private transfer includes 30 minutes of waiting time, 24/7 hotline and flexible cancellation.
Price from: 80$
Uber does operate in HK, but its business it's not entirelly legal and some drivers were detained. Taxis are super old school and may not accept credit cards. If you want to forget about your transfers, book a car service and enjoy your exclusive ride!
Most of our customers book airport transfers from/to the Hong Kong airport (HKG), but we cover all destinations within HK, including Central, Admiralty, Wan Chai, Causeway Bay (Hong Kong Island); Sha Tin, Tsuen Wan (New Territories); Tsim Sha Tsui, Jordan, Yau Ma Tei, Mong Kok, Hung Hom (Kowloon).
Black car transfers are widely used when travelling for business: invoices are automatically provided upon trip completion, prices are fixed and all-inclusive and you will be booking in advance. Also, the driver will help with your luggage. Hotel transfers and going to/from offices are usual rides our customers book in Hong Kong.
Booking your black car ride in advance only brings peace of mind: no surge, assurance that a driver will be at the pick-up point at least 15 minutes before the established time, 24/7 English-speaking hotline and many other benefits no other service can match.
Uber is technically not legal in Hong Kong and some of its drivers have been arrested in the past several times in 2017 and 2018. That situation has not stopped the ride-hailing company in HK, which has been operating there since 2014.
In fact, Uber launched Uber Eats and, Uber Flash, its product to hail both taxis and Uber drivers from its app. The cab industry in HK is unique, with close to 15.000 cab medallions with a value of 1 million USD each.
Disneyland Hong Kong is one of the six resorts the American corporation has worldwide, and one of the twelve theme parks. It’s the only one in Asia, together with Tokyo, and has some great attractions like Mystic Manor and Big Grizzly Mountain Runaway Mine Cars.
Disneyland Hong Kong is located in Lantau Island, between the airport and the city, reachable in 20 minutes from both points by taxi. Travel distance may vary based on the traffic jams and the area you are staying: it will take longer if your hotel is in the Hong Kong Island. On the other hand, if you are staying in the popular Tsim Sha Tsui or in the more local Mong Kok, travel times should take 15-20 minutes.
Taxis in HK are among the most expensive in Asia are may go up soon. Some taxi drivers may not speak English nor take credit cards as electronic payment adoption has been slow. Taxi medallion market price has reached new records and it’s the most expensive worldwide due to it limited number. Uber is not legal in Hong Kong, which doesn’t help bringing prices down.
Hailing a cab from Tsim Sha Tsui should cost around HK 180 (US$23) whereas the fare would go up to HK250 (US$32) from Central. A ride from the airport should cost around 140 HK (US$18). If you want a truly exclusive experience, you could book a private transfer service on a Tesla with prices starting at US$50 for a ride from the airport to Disneyland. The price is all-inclusive and pre-paid so forget about currency exchange, credit card and non-English speaking drivers.