Kwun Tong Station

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Kwun Tong
MTR rapid transit station
Kwun Tong Station 2014 04.JPG
Platform 1
Location Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong
Kwun Tong District, Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°18′44″N 114°13′35″E / 22.3121°N 114.2265°E / 22.3121; 114.2265Coordinates: 22°18′44″N 114°13′35″E / 22.3121°N 114.2265°E / 22.3121; 114.2265
Operated by MTR Corporation
Platforms 2 (island platform)
Connections Bus, public light bus
Structure type Elevated
Platform levels 1
Disabled access Yes
  • 1 October 1979 (1979-10)
Preceding station   MTR   Following station
towards Yau Ma Tei
Kwun Tong Line
towards Tiu Keng Leng
Hong Kong MTR system map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Kwun Tong
Location within the MTR system
Kwun Tong Station
Traditional Chinese 觀塘
Simplified Chinese 观塘
Literal meaning Sighting Pond
The road tunnel built beneath Kwun Tong station

Kwun Tong is a station on the MTR Kwun Tong Line in Hong Kong. The station was the original terminus of the line until Lam Tin Station opened in 1989. It is located in the Kwun Tong area, between Lam Tin and Ngau Tau Kok stations.

The station is elevated, unlike almost every other station in the system. Due to difficulties in installing platform screen doors (PSDs) in above ground stations, the MTR decided not to install PSDs in this station. However, due to recent accidents of falling into the tracks, the MTR has installed automatic platform gates (APGs) on the station's platforms. It is located far away from most residential areas, causing many residents of Kwun Tong to take other means of transport in order to reach the station. There is a shopping centre and office tower, named apm Millennium City 5, connected to the station.

Beneath the station building is a road tunnel which diverts traffic along Kwun Tong Road from the roundabout around the station.


Line Destination First train Last train
Kwun Tong Line Tiu Keng Leng 06:04 01:04
Yau Ma Tei 06:00 00:30
Choi Hung 01:13
Source: MTR[1]

Station layout[edit]

Platforms 1 and 2 share the same island platform, and it is curved, so the gap is large. Before Lam Tin station was opened, platform 1 was also used for departing westbound trains. After midnight, platform 1 is the termination platform of the Kwun Tong Line, so trains can return to Kowloon Bay Depot.

Platform 1      Kwun Tong Line towards Tiu Keng Leng (Lam Tin)
Island platform, doors will open on the right
Platform 2      Kwun Tong Line towards Yau Ma Tei (Ngau Tau Kok)
Concourse Customer service, MTRshops
Hang Seng Bank, vending machines, automatic teller machines
Octopus promotion machine
- Exits
- Kwun Tong Road Tunnel



  • A1: Yue Man Square Wheelchair user access
  • A2: Millennium City 5, APM Mall
  • B1: Kwun Tong Ferry Pier Harbourfront
  • B2: Kwun Tong Plaza
  • B3: Crocodile Center
  • C1: Yuet Wah Street
  • C2: Lei Yue Mun Road
  • C3: Hip Wo Street
  • D1: Bus Terminus
  • D2: Hip Wo Street
  • D3: Hoi Yuen Road
  • D4: Kwun Tong Industrial Centre[3]

Transport connections[edit]

Public light bus routes[edit]

To Cha Kwo Leng:

  • 23B (Exit A1)

To United Christian Hospital:

  • 50 (Exit A1)

To Hiu Lai Court/Upper Sau Mau Ping:

  • 34M (Exit A1)

To Hong Lee Court(Crocodile Hill):

  • 36A (Exit A1)

To Lok Wah Estate:

  • 22M (Exit A1)

To Tsui Ping Estate:

  • 59M (Exit C3)

Bus routes[edit]

To Hing Tin Estate / Kai Tin Estate:

  • 16M (Exit D1)

To Po Tat Estate / Sau Mau Ping Estate:

  • 13M (Exit D1)

To Lek Yuen Estate (Sha Tin)

  • 89

To Sha Kok Estate/ Pok Hong Estate/ Sha Tin Wai (Sha Tin)

  • 89B

To Sha Tin Railway Station

  • 89X


  1. ^ "Kwun Tong Station timetable" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 25 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kwun Tong Station layout" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 25 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Kwun Tong Station street map" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 25 July 2014.