Tap a button and get airport transportation at more than 500 major hubs.
Let the app and your driver handle the details, so you don’t have to navigate an unfamiliar city.
Find your favorite features, including real-time pricing and cash-free payment, even if you’re in a new place.
Sample rider prices are estimates only and do not reflect variations due to discounts, geography, traffic delays, or other factors. Flat rates and minimum fees may apply. Actual prices for rides and scheduled rides may vary.
In a group of 4 riders or less? Request for UberX or Black. Those with 5-6 riders or extra luggage, go for UberXL.
Want to find your nearest pickup spot? If you’re at Arrivals Hall A, choose Car Park 4. If you’re at Arrivals Hall B, choose Car Park 1. Refer to the map below to find your way.
If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Car Park 1
Car Park 4 Indoor Zone G/F - 3/F
Car Park 4 Outdoor Zone 5/F
Car Park 5
SkyCity Car Park
You can connect to free wifi throughout the passenger terminals. Simply select HKAirport Free WiFi from the wifi networks, then launch your internet browser and follow the instructions.
Purchase local SIM cards or rent a pocket wifi at the following shops and counters:
Hong Kong Airport, also known as Chek Lap Kok Airport, is one of the world’s busiest passenger airports, with more than 72 million passengers passing through Hong Kong yearly.
The airport has 2 terminals, separated by the MTR station. Terminal 1 is home to many airlines, while Terminal 2 mostly caters to budget airlines. You can plan your trip using the information below.
Terminal 1 is for departures and arrivals.
Terminal 2 is only a check-in and processing facility for departing passengers, with no gates or arrival facilities. All passengers who have checked in from Terminal 2 are transported to the departure gates at Terminal 1 through an underground system.
Hong Kong Airport has plenty of activities and fun things to do. Travelers looking for some excitement can check out the Aviation Discovery Centre, Greenlive indoor golf club, UA IMAX @ Airport and I-Sports arcade. For food and beverages, Hong Kong Airport offers a wide variety of choices, from cafes to fast food, French to Asian, and more.
At Hong Kong Airport, you’ll find several Global Exchange currency exchange counters where you can exchange your currency.
There are a few hotels that are within walking distance or a short shuttle bus ride from the airport. If you do decide to venture out to the city, you can find hotels and accommodations just a short drive away.
Find more information about Hong Kong Airport (HKG) here.