Lai Chi Kok Station
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|MTR rapid transit station|
|Literal meaning||Lychee Corner|
|Location||Cheung Sha Wan Road near Cheung Sha Wan Plaza, Lai Chi Kok
Sham Shui Po District, Hong Kong
|Operated by||MTR Corporation|
|Platforms||2 (island platform)|
|Connections||Bus, Public light bus|
Although the station is called Lai Chi Kok, it is located in Cheung Sha Wan. Passengers can use this station to access the southern part of Cheung Sha Wan. Cheung Sha Wan used to be an industrialised area, but in recent years, four high quality residential developments have been built on the reclaimed land, namely Banyan Gardens, liberté, The Pacifica and Aqua Marine. There is a pedestrian tunnel to connect these developments.
In addition, industrial buildings are being demolished and being rebuilt into brand new commercial buildings. The re-purposing of industrial units into office and retail units has led to the station having a high stream of passengers during peak hours.
|G||Ground level||Exits, transport interchange|
|L1||Concourse||Customer Service centre, MTRShops (7-eleven, circle K, Hung Fook Tong, Maxim's Catering, Travel Expert, Pako's, I & m's, etc.)|
|Hang Seng Bank, vending machine, ATMs|
|Octopus promotion machine|
|Platform 1||Tsuen Wan Line towards Tsuen Wan (Mei Foo) →|
|Island platform, doors will open on the right|
|Platform 2||← Tsuen Wan Line towards Central (Cheung Sha Wan)|
- A: Cheung Sha Wan Plaza
- B1/B2: Tai Nan West Street
- C: Tung Chau West Street
- D1-4: Lai Chi Kok Road
These bus routes terminate near Lai Chi Kok MTR Station, but on Cheung Sha Wan Road there are many more routes that are available.
Cheung Sha Wan Plaza bus terminus (Exit A)
To Chuk Yuen Estate:
To Tsz Wan Shan North
To Allway Gardens, Tsuen Wan
To Tai Wo
To Lee on Estate, Ma On Shan (via Lion Rock Tunnel):
Kom Tsun Street bus terminus (Exit B)
To Sha Tin Wai (via Lion Rock Tunnel):
To Stonecutters Island:
- 44M (Exit A, Public Holidays Only)
To Wonderland Villas:
- 97A (Exit A)
- "Lai Chi Kok Station layout" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 July 2014.
- Ben Pang (17 November 2016). "Why are Hong Kong's MTR stations different colours? Central is red for a reason, and why Prince Edward is purple might surprise you". South China Morning Post.
- "Lai Chi Kok Station street map" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 July 2014.
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