Hong Kong High-Speed Train
In 2018, a high-speed train was inaugurated with Beijing as its destination. A 34-mile bridge linking Hong Kong with the mainland was also inaugurated for the first time.
But for the inhabitants and tourism, taking a train that connects Hong Kong with more than 30 cities is wonderful.
The opening of the station marks the first time that mainland China has the power to apply its laws within a part of Hong Kong’s territory. This decision that dragged great controversy in the former British colony that, although part of China, is governed by an independent legal framework.
- Between 60 and 80 trains will make weekly the route that departs from Hong Kong and Beijin.
- The longest distance that will take nine hours
- 44 stops between terminals
- Stop in Shanghai which takes about eight and a half hours to arrive.
Hong Kong High-Speed Train: For the first year in operation, the Hong Kong government estimates an average of 80,000 passengers will get on the train daily, a figure that is expected to increase to 95,000 by 2021.
In Hong Kong you will enjoy the nostalgia of the British Empire at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. The M bar on the 25th floor offers fabulous views of the harbor. They have exotic cocktails such as Sarawak Tea Punch and many memories of when the hotel opened as a symbol of luxury and style.
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