Taking a minibus in Hong Kong

By Bigaltravelcompanion | Nov 9, 2018
Asia > China > Hong Kong

There is a world difference between Green Minibus and Red Minibus in Hong Kong.

Some tourist may not know the difference. Green Minibus accept payments by cash or Octopus Card, whereas Red Minibus only accept notes and coins as payments. Minibuses are mainly for locals so it is somehow inconvenient for tourists with different language backgrounds except for Mandarin. Minibuses are not recommended to tourists unless the minibus you ride on traveling between two terminus plus some stops are not easy to locate unless you are a local!

Minibus Directory 16 Seats – On Minibus routes
Transport Department – On details of minibus operation

Minibuses in Hong Kong

Minibuses in Hong Kong

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Written by Bigaltravelcompanion
Albert Wilson born and has lived in Hong Kong for nearly twenty years. He is inspired by Lara Croft and her father much which lead him to have a profound interest in history, archeology, anthropology, culture, festival, and local food. His knowledge gained through guided tours, reading, watching the video, chatting and befriend with locals! In his book, he is more than willing to share his experience and knowledge in Hong Kong by relevant and practical approaches with you from common to hidden gems. In addition, Albert Wilson experienced some interesting life stories and he wants to share with you in his book as well as travel blogs and so... Read more

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