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Hong Kong Taxi: Hong Kong Taxi Fares, Tips and Phones

Friday, December 24th, 2010
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Hong Kong Taxi Quantity
A taxi is an ideal vehicle for shortruns in Hong Kong. There are three types of Taxis in Hong Kong, the Red Taxis that mostly travel the urban areas, the Green Taxis that operate within the New Territories and the Blue Taxis that operate on Lantau Island.

Taxi Models in Hong Kong
All of the taxi in Hong Kong is Toyota Crown, just divided three kinds of color.

Hong Kong Taxi Fares:
Red Taxis
• HK$15 for the first 2 kilometer
• HK$ 1.4 for every 0.2km after the first 2km
• HK$ 1.4 for the waiting time per minute
Green Taxis
• HK$12.5 for the first 2 kilometer
• HK$ 1.2 for every 0.2km after the first 2km
• HK$ 1.2 for the waiting time per minute
Blue Taxis
• HK$12 for the first 2 kilometer
• HK$ 1.2 for every 0.2km after the first 2km
• HK$ 1.2 for the waiting time per minute

Hong Kong Taxi Company Bookings
If you need to book a taxi, please make the call as following which are the companies with the longest history in Hong Kong:
•Hong Kong Xinzhong Hengshang Taxi Company      Tel:027-85484532
•Hubei Yongxin Taxi Club.                      Tel:027-83970388
•Hongkong Weijun Taxi Company                  Tel: 027-85359267

Hailing a Hong Kong City Taxi
•The best places to hail a taxi is near the Station, the Airport, Bus stop, Scenic Spots, Hotel and taxi stands.

Hongkong Taxi rider’s rights
As a taxi rider, you have the rights below:
Direct drive to your destination and no compulsory car pooling
Go to any destination in and beyond Hong Kong
Your car driver knows the streets in Hong Kong and the way to major destinations in Hong Kong;
Your driver should know and abide by all traffic laws;
Air-conditioning on demand;
A radio-free trip;
No Smoking
A clean passenger seat area;
A clean trunk
A driver uses the horn only when necessary to warn of danger;

Hong Kong Taxi Stands
In Hong Kong, the management of taxi stands is strict and people are not allowed to hail taxi casually along the streets. Generally speaking, the taxi stop boards are located just not far from the bus station boards and those large departments and shopping malls often has special stop for taxi passengers.

Hong Kong Taxi Complaints
If you have any problem with a taxi in Hong Kong, please contact the following:
•Hong Kong Taxi Complaining No.: 852-28899999

Hong Kong Taxi Useful Information
• Please remember to tie the seat belt in a Hong Kong taxi
•all of the taxi in Hong Kong use a meter
•Hankou Airport –Disneyland: HK$100
•Hong Kong Airport – Hong kong Railway Station: HK$250
•Hong Kong Airport – Tsim Sha Tsui: HK$230


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