There are two cruise terminals at Port of Hong Kong. One of them is the Ocean Terminal, located at the southwest end of Kowloon Peninsula. This facility can berth two large ships of up to 50,000 tons at the same time, or four smaller ships. There is a shopping mall connected to the terminal with all facilities travellers may need, called Harbour city. The location of the terminal is excellent, walking distance from shops and restaurants, the local metro station and Star Ferry terminal are also 5 minutes walking away. The terminal is in the Tsim Sha Tsui District of Hong Kong, a tourist hotspot where a lot of the city’s landmarks are situated. Hong Kong International Airport is 33 km away, 30 min by car.
The other cruise terminal where ships dock is the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, in the heart of Victoria Harbour, at the former airport. This terminal can berth two 360-metres long cruise ships at the same time. There is a shopping mall here as well, currency exchange services and even a large rooftop park. There is a light and music show that happens here at 8pm every night, worth seeing. There are shuttles that would transport potential shoppers to the nearby malls. It isn’t’ possible to walk to nearby attractions, you will have to take a taxi to one of the MRT stations nearby, there a few of them at about 10 minutes driving distance. The Airport of Hong Kong is 42km away, about 40 minute by car.