Sha Tin Wai Station
|Hong Kong MTR rapid transit station|
Location of Sha Tin Wai Station in Hong Kong
|Station location and services|
|Line||Ma On Shan Line|
|Type of platforms||Island|
|Opened||21 December 2004|
|Sha Tin Wai Station|
Sha Tin Wai Station is a station on the Ma On Shan Line in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. It was originally named as "Sha Kok Street Station" before the Ma On Shan Line operated, because it is exactly located at Sha Kok Street in Sha Tin.
It serves residents living in Pok Hong Estate, Sha Kok Estate, Jat Min Chuen, Yue Shing Court, and also serves over 10 schools around the area, including kindergartens, primary schools and secondary schools. The name of the station is taken from a traditional walled Hakka village next to Pok Hong estate.
The pattern featured on the platform pillar and glass barrier is a shot of Tsang Tai Uk traditional walled settlement.
|Platform 1||← Ma On Shan Line towards Tai Wai (Che Kung Temple)|
|Platform 2||→ Ma On Shan Line towards Wu Kai Sha (City One) →|
|Customer services, toilets, MTRShops|
Platforms 1 and 2 share the same island platform.
There is a small bus terminus at Pok Hong Estate, providing interchange between Ma On Shan Line and the following bus routes:
Also, there are two GMB interchange points at Sha Kok Street and Shui Chuen Au Street:
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