An up-and-coming area and Hong Kong’s de factu Little Nepal, Jordan is an exciting neighbourhood for cheap eats, third wave coffee, and much more.
In addition to the West Kowloon Art and Culture District and a wave of ridiculously luxurious apartment buildings, Jordan is also home to a new West Kowloon Station—the high-speed rail station in Hong Kong that connects to Mainland China. And don’t forget about the popular Temple Street Night Market.
Here’s a guide to the best—from fastest to cheapest ways to travel from the Hong Kong Airport to Jordan.
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Cheapest: Airport BusAirport -> Jordan
Once you have reached the airport’s arrival hall, look for the signs leading towards the bus terminal. The frequent A22 bus will take you along Jordan Road in Kowloon. Alternatively, take the A10 or A11 and switch over to the 970 or 971.
Use the Citybus website or app to see all the stops and check its timetable.
Easiest: Airport Express + MTRAirport -> Tsing Yi -> Lai King -> Jordan
Take the Airport Express to Tsing Yi. Interchange at Tsing Yi towards Hong Kong. Get off at Lai King, where you’ll get the train towards Central. Seven stops later you’ll be at Jordan.
While the above route may sound complicated, it actually involves minimal walking.
Cheapo Tip: Get discounts on Airport Express tickets when you book through Klook. A single-journey ticket to Kowloon Station is HK$80.00 and a return ticket between Kowloon Station and Airport Station is HK$135.00. Just download the QR code and swipe at the gate to enter and leave the station. Some hotels offer shuttle services from Kowloon!
Convenient but pricey: TaxiAirport -> your destination
If navigating public transport isn’t your jam, opt for a taxi. Arriving passengers can catch a taxi at the Taxi Station, located near the left-hand ramp outside the Arrivals Hall. You’ll want to get an urban or red taxi to take you to your destination in Jordan.
Ideal for larger groups: Private transferAirport -> your destination
If you’re travelling in a larger group, a private transfer, though a little bit pricey, is a great option. Travel website Klook offers several options depending on your group size and other needs.
An Octopus card is essential to navigating Hong Kong with ease, and to shave a few bucks off every trip. Read our guide for more info.
Tip to save your back: If you don’t relish carrying your bags all that way, Klook & Luggagent can transfer your luggage from the airport to your accommodation, and vice versa.
Trying to get from the airport to somewhere else in Hong Kong? Check one of our guides below.
- Hong Kong International Airport to Tsim Sha Tsui
- Hong Kong International Airport to Mong Kok
- Hong Kong International Airport to Sham Shui Po
- Hong Kong International Airport to Central
- Hong Kong International Airport to Causeway Bay
This article was first published in February 2020. Last updated in October 2023.