The closest taxi drop-off points are at Marco Polo Hong Kong Hotel or outside Emperor Watch and Jewelry opposite to Ocean Centre (8 Canton Road). From there, you could walk to the main entrance of Ocean Centre, and directly take the elevator at the lobby to our clinic. This elevator is in service throughout the entire week. Alternatively, from Monday to Friday, you could also take the elevator inside Harbour City on L3/F to our clinic.
The MTR is very rarely affected by traffic jams and bad weather. It just takes you a few minutes to wait for a train from 5.30am or 6am in the morning until 1am the following day, seven days a week, all 365 days of the year.
Exit E or Exit H at Tsimshatsui station at the street level or walk from Exit L5 for Peking Road / Harbour City at the underground level.
Hong Kong is well served by public bus routes, taking passengers to and from most parts of Hong Kong. Comfortable and relatively inexpensive, they offer a convenient transport option.
By taking the following Kowloon Motor Bus Lines: No. 1, 1A, 2, 2C, 5, 5A, 5C, 6, 6A, 7, 8, 9, 110, 271, 8A, 26, 28, 203, 208, 13X, 215X, 234X
In Hong Kong, the extensive network of ferry lines provides connections between Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, the outlying islands and the New Territories. The major ferry piers are: Star Ferry Pier at Tsimshatsui and Central Ferry Piers at Central.
Wanchai to Tsimshatsui
HK$2.5 - 3.4
Central to Tsimshatsui
HK$2.5 - 3.4