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I'll visit HKG for two periods:

  1. one evening, a day and a half

  2. 3 days and a half

I wandered the net and saw some public transportation deals. But I'm confused which one would be the most economic for my needs (is the daily ticket really economic? what would you recommend for me?)

I want to ask:

  1. if I buy tickets online, how can i pick them up?
  2. Do I get an octopus ticket for which I can get refund at the end of use?
  3. I cannot find the MTR and airport express fee from the airport to Hong Kong station
  4. I couldn't understand if the unlimited tickets include all buses, tram and other discounts in stores like the octopus offers?
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3: mtr.com.hk/eng/fares_tickets/tf_index.html Only the Airport Express goes to the airport; the other possibilities are bus + MTR via Tung Chung or bus all the way. You'll find more information about other fares on the MTR site as well. –  Gilles Sep 9 '12 at 19:09
    
don't take taxis, they charge by area, so if you change area double the price, and its very easy to run up a big fare. –  MaoYiyi Sep 15 '12 at 15:25

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best way was round-trip buis ticket (A11), costs 65 hk dollars.

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