A taxi in Shibuya, Tokyo - no longer among the world’s most expensive rides. Picture: Adam Nebbs A taxi in Shibuya, Tokyo - no longer among the world’s most expensive rides. Picture: Adam Nebbs
A taxi in Shibuya, Tokyo - no longer among the world’s most expensive rides. Picture: Adam Nebbs
Adam Nebbs
Opinion

Opinion

Travellers' Checks by Adam Nebbs

Lower flagfall makes Tokyo taxis affordable for shoppers and diners

Cabbies in Japanese capital now charge HK$28 for first kilometre or so, down from HK$50. Also in travel news, Cathay Pacific serves own-brew beer, and cheap deals to Singapore

A taxi in Shibuya, Tokyo - no longer among the world’s most expensive rides. Picture: Adam Nebbs A taxi in Shibuya, Tokyo - no longer among the world’s most expensive rides. Picture: Adam Nebbs
A taxi in Shibuya, Tokyo - no longer among the world’s most expensive rides. Picture: Adam Nebbs
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Adam Nebbs

Adam Nebbs

Adam has lived in Hong Kong since 1988. He briefly managed the demise of the Wanderlust travel bookshop on Hollywood road in the mid 1990s, then worked as Associate Editor on Cathay Pacific’s inflight magazine Discovery for several years. He began writing Travellers’ Checks for Post Magazine in 1998, working for several years under the pseudonym Peter Walbrook. A former contributing editor for the exclusive luxury travel guide NB Review, he has also edited several books, including the first-ever travel guide to Uzbekistan in 1996, and 'The Amazing Adventures of Betsy And Niki' (2008) by Captain Charles “Chic” Eather. His non-fiction book 'The Great Fire of Hong Kong', was published in 2010.