Heavy luggage can be such a drag on the Hong Kong tourist looking to wander. While left luggage facilities in Hong Kong exist, they can be rather thin on the ground. We’ve listed a few left luggage facilities and lockers in Hong Kong below for your reference.
Best Overall - Hong Kong Station
This centrally based option (located in a major Hong Kong transport hub) is the best bet for most travelers. Hong Kong Station, which is an Airport Express station, offers a staffed left luggage desk that is open from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. every day of the week, at rates that compare favorably to the airport left luggage’s.
The desk can be found tucked away in a corner on the airport check-in level of the station, on Level G close to Exit B.
Visit the official site for more details on Hong Kong Station left luggage.
If you’re staying in Tsim Sha Tsui, the Hong Kong Station left luggage desk (see above) is probably still your most convenient option. For travelers in West Kowloon, or travelers planning to catch the airport express from Kowloon Station, they might find the left luggage service in Kowloon Station closer at hand.
The opening hours and prices for leaving luggage are the same as with Hong Kong Station (listed above). You’ll find the left luggage counter on level G of the station at the In-town Check-in Hall, open from 6 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily.
Hong Kong Airport
There is a manned left luggage desk at Hong Kong International Airport that is open from 5.30 a.m. to 1.30 a.m. every day. Those timings will cover just about all flights. The prices aren’t cheap, however.
You’ll find the left luggage station at Arrivals Level (L3), Terminal 2 (part of the non-restricted Area). You can find more details on their official site.
If you’ve been kicked out of your hotel early and need somewhere to store luggage for the day ahead of your evening flight, you can probably use in-town check-in. This innovative service lets customers of most airlines check their bags in up to 24 hours in advance of their flight from Hong Kong Station and Kowloon Station. You will need to buy an airport express ticket to use the service.
Traveling to China
If you’re taking a day or two in China during your Hong Kong holiday, you will probably be traveling by train to Shenzhen or Guangzhou from Hung Hom Station. There are a limited number of left luggage lockers at Hung Hom station.
These are priced depending on the size of the locker. If you are traveling on a train to Shanghai or Beijing, the China Travel Service counter will also store luggage for up to one week at cheaper prices.
Traveling to Macau
You can find the Luggage Services Counter at Level 2, Macau Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal, Shun Tak Centre. You can find more details on their official site.
Whether you’re traveling around Asia for a bit or moving to Hong Kong, if you need long-term luggage storage, there are a couple of good options. Spacebox will pick up and deliver your luggage with a 24-hour notice. There are further charges if you want access to the box within that time period.
Spacebox storage is a more traditional option with a dozen fixed locations around the city. The storage is in lockers that you have access to 24 hours a day. Visit the official site for more details.