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Coronavirus ferry travel advice
Please note that the information provided is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time we have received the same information from the Ferry Operators. The situation is changing rapidly and we will try to keep the website updated as soon as we receive updates from the ferry companies.
Kowloon, which means "9 dragons" in Cantonese, is the peninsular north of Hong Kong Island. You can use AFerry to book ferries to and from Kowloon going to Macau Outer Harbour Terminal. Below, you can find all the Kowloon ferry timetables, journey times as well as our best prices
North of Hong Kong Island and outside of the formerly colonised region, Kowloon retains a true Chinese culture. You can book Kowloon ferries right here with AFerry, by simply using the form above.
The Ocean Terminal is a large attraction as large, 40,000 tonne cruise liners dock in the heart of the city. Close by, the Kowloon Waterfront is a must-visit offering stunning views of the Hong Kong Island skyline.
Mong Kok, known as the ladies' market, is the central shopping area in Kowloon. Prices are higher than other areas in Kowloon but they are flexible if you are willing to haggle. As with any foreign country however, you must be careful and recognise when a deal really is too good to be true.
The restaurants in Kowloon are considerably cheaper than in Hong Kong Island. As Kowloon escaped the British colonisation of Hong Kong, you will find much more traditional Chinese cuisine with influences from India and Thailand.
Ferries to and from Kowloon
TurboJET Ferries has a modern fleet including some vessels designed and manufactured right here in the UK. On board you will find well equipped cabins and a wide selection of food and beverages.
Kowloon port facilities
The port in Kowloon is commonly known as China Ferry Terminal. You will find modern facilities in and around Kowloon, with restaurants and shops all just a short walk away.
Getting to Kowloon ferry terminal
Most of Hong Kong's rail lines converge in Kowloon, so it's very easy to reach the region. Buses are a cheaper alternative although take much longer due to dense traffic. Because of this traffic it's also not recommended to take a taxi, as it can take a long time and become expensive.
Turbojet Hong Kong
China Ferry Terminal, 33 Canton Rd, Hong Kong