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The mountains that overlook Kowloon account for eight of Kowloon's nine dragons while, as the story goes, the ninth dragon refers to the emperor who counted them. Of the eight mountains that overlook the crowded city, the most famous is Lion Rock, which when seen from the right angle, really does deserve its name.
While prices on Kowloon side tend to be cheaper, it is also less tourist-friendly and English proficiency is not as strong as on the Hong Kong side. Not only is this the cheapest way to traverse the harbour, it's also the finest way to go sight-seeing, particularly at night, where you're surrounded by a wall of lights and skyscrapers on both sides. If you're feeling posh, you can pay fractionally more and travel as an upper-deck passenger.
Alternatively, you can travel steerage and maybe get a glimpse into the noisy engine room. Most of Hong Kong's rail lines converge on Kowloon. Taking a taxi across the harbour to Kowloon can be slow and expensive due to traffic. Expect to pay tunnel fees both ways unless you depart from a taxi rank dedicated to cross-harbour service. Although they take longer time than MTR Airport Express, the fare of buses is much cheaper than the Airport express and they calls on much frequent bus stops along areas include Mong Kok , Tsim Sha Tsui , as well as nearby some hotels.
Numerous local buses travel through different areas of Kowloon, as well as between New Territories or Hong Kong island. Bus routes with number-prefix 1XX e. If you get into Hong Kong airport after midnight then you will need to take the N21 night bus.
Prepare exact change for the bus or pay by Octopus card as change will not be given by the driver. The N21 goes through Nathan Road and you can press the buzzer located by the exit doors and on the grab-rails to signal the driver to stop. Don't count on the driver knowing any English.