Want to travel to Hong Kong, but not sure you can navigate your way around?
Whether you’re a nervous first-timer or an experienced, independent wheelchair traveller, it is possible to have a safe and enjoyable trip.
Are you living in Hong Kong and use a wheelchair or require other services for the disabled?
The Wheel Away Disabled Travel – Hong Kong City Guide is a resource that’s been written to make your lives in the city easier.
The detailed research, personal tone and hands-on approach of the author, Sarah Fuller, comes across in this carefully thought through, and easy to navigate city guide.
It contains practical information about getting around Hong Kong, and is not only for people with disability, but also for seniors and families with children in strollers who struggle to find a straight forward way around.
This guide is a ‘must’ for all adventurous travellers, travel agents, health care professionals, recruitment agents, and human resources and diversity departments in multinational corporations.
Diamond Cab – Hong Kong's wheelchair accessible and barrier-free taxi service
For point-to-point transport in Hong Kong, call the friendly team at Diamond Cab. The service runs 24 hours a day, but advance booking is preferred in order for them to best arrange their services for you.
Note: The easy to use and friendly booking service is available for airport transfers in Hong Kong (excluding pick-up or drop off to Discovery Bay or Park Island). Note: The Hong Kong Society of Rehabilitation’s Rehabus Service no longer provides a service for airport transfers.
Watch an interview with the author, Sarah Fuller, as seen on Asia Television Hong Kong, 15 September and 14 November 2009 (Source: ATV).
Listen to a radio interview with the author, Sarah Fuller, as heard on Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK), 18 September 2009.