The 2016 AOTULE Conference Meeting will be held on the campus of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. The venue for all activities in the Conference will be Lo Ka Chung Building, Lee Shau Kee Campus, HKUST, which is 5-minute walk distance from main Academic Building.
From the Airport
Public transportation in Hong Kong is very efficient. Getting to HKUST from the Hong Kong International Airport by bus, MTR, or taxi, is as accessible as it is to go by car.
By Airport BusYou may take the Airport Bus A29 to Po Lam and then take a taxi to HKUST. The total traveling time is approximately 80 minutes with a total charge of HKD 100. Please visit the bus company website for the most updated information: http://www.nwstbus.com.hk/.
By Mass Transit Railway (MTR) – The metro in Hong KongYou may take the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) from the Airport by Airport Express, and then interchange at Tsing Yi station, Lai King station and Prince Edward station to reach Choi Hung station along Kwun Tong Line. The Choi Hung MTR station is one of the closest ones to the University, and you can board a bus or taxi to the main entrance of HKUST. The total traveling time is approximately 90 minutes with a total charge of HKD 80. A system map is available on MTR website: http://www.mtr.com.hk/en/customer/services/system_map.html.
By TaxiTaxis are easily available from the airport. You may expect to pay approximately HK$300-380 for the journey. Note that only HK dollars will be accepted by your driver. The taxi drop-off point on campus is near the red sundial at the North Entrance
The nearest MTR stations to the University are Choi Hung (Kwun Tong Line) and Hang Hau (Tseung Kwan O Line). You can then take a bus or minibus to the main entrance of HKUST.
By taxiTaxis provide the simplest way to get to the University, and are easily available at any MTR station, from hotels and most areas of Hong Kong. The taxi drop-off point on campus is near the red sundial at the North Entrance.
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Weather in Hong Kong
Hong Kong enjoys a mild climate from the middle of September to the end of February, while the weather from May to mid-September is rather warm and humid. Eighty per cent of Hong Kong's precipitation occurs between May and September, with August registering the highest rainfall. For more information, please browse the link to Hong Kong Observatory .