Tin Shui Wai station

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Tin Shui Wai
MTR rapid transit station
Tin Shui Wai Station Outside View 2011.jpg
Exterior of Tin Shui Wai Station
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 天水圍
Simplified Chinese 天水围
Cantonese Yale Tīnséuiwài
General information
Location Ping Ha Road × Kiu Cheong Road, Ping Shan
Yuen Long District, Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°26′53″N 114°00′17″E / 22.4481°N 114.0046°E / 22.4481; 114.0046Coordinates: 22°26′53″N 114°00′17″E / 22.4481°N 114.0046°E / 22.4481; 114.0046
Owned by KCR Corporation
Operated by MTR Corporation
Platforms 2 (1 island platform)
Tracks 2
Structure type Elevated
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code TIS
  • 20 December 2003 (2003-12-20)
Preceding station   MTR logo.svg MTR   Following station
towards Hung Hom
West Rail line
towards Tuen Mun
Route map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Tin Shui Wai
Location within the MTR system

Tin Shui Wai (Chinese: 天水圍; Cantonese Yale: Tīnséuiwài) is an MTR station located in Ping Shan near Tin Shui Wai New Town, Yuen Long District. It is the only heavy rail station serving Tin Shui Wai, which has a population of around 300,000.


It is in the north of Ping Shan and adjacent to Tin Yiu Estate, Tin Shing Court and Tin Yau Court. The station is elevated over the junction of Ping Ha Road and Tin Fuk Road. A public transport interchange is located to the southwest of the station. Three footbridges are constructed along Tin Fuk Road and Ping Ha Road to connect the station to the highly populated urban area that the station is built in.

Station layout[edit]

Platform 2      West Rail line towards Hung Hom (Long Ping)
Island platform, doors will open on the right
Platform 1      West Rail line towards Tuen Mun (Siu Hong)
C Concourse Exits, footbridge
Customer services, toilets
MTRShops, ATMs, Octopus promotion machine
G Light Rail Stop      Light Rail Tin Shui Wai Stop, Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda
Ping Shan Heritage Trail, Cycle park, footbridge
Public transport
Public transport interchange
Cycle park, footbridge
Tin Shui Wai Station concourse
Tin Shui Wai Station platform
concourse end leading down to Tin Shui Wai Stop

Platforms 1 and 2 share the same island platform.[1]

The first train to Tuen Mun departs at 6:21 a.m., while the last train departs at 12:36 a.m. the day after. The first train to Hung Hom departs at 5:51 a.m., and the last train departs at 12:21 a.m. the day after.


Feeder Service[edit]

MTR Bus[2]
  • K65: Yuen Long (East) ↔ Lau Fau Shan
  • K75: Tin Shui Wai Station ↺ Hung Shui Kiu
  • K75P: Tin Shui ↺ Hung Shui Kiu
  • K75S: Tin Shui Wai Station ↺ Hung Shui Kiu Hung Fuk Estate (Peak Hour Service)
  • K76: Tin Heng ↔ Tin Shui Wai Station
Kowloon Motor Bus[2]
  • 53: Yuen Long Station ↔ Tsuen Wan West Station
  • 69M: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • 69X: Tin Shui ↔ Jordan (To Wah Road)
  • 265S: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Tai Po Industrial Estate (Peak Hour Service)
  • 269B: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Hung Hom Ferry
  • 269C: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Kwun Tong Ferry
  • 269D: Tin Fu ↔ Lek Yuen
  • 276: Tin Tsz ↔ Sheung Shui
  • 276A: Tai Ping ↔ Tin Heng Estate
  • 276P: Tin Shui Wai Station ↔ Sheung Shui
  • B1: Tin Tsz ↔ Lok Ma Chau Station
New Lantao Bus[2]
  • B2P: Tin Tsz Estate ↔ Shenzhen Bay Port
  • 969: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Causeway Bay (Moreton Terrace)
  • 969A: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Admiralty / Wan Chai (Peak Hour Service)
  • 969X: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre ↔ Causeway Bay (AM Peak Hour Service)
Long Win Bus[2]
  • E34A: Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) ↔ Tin Shui Wai Town Centre

There is also a private feeder bus service running between the station and Kingswood Villas, a large group of private housing estates in Tin Shui Wai, and some other private domestic premises.


  1. ^ "Tin Shui Wai Station layout" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 October 2016. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Tin Shui Wai Station street map" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 October 2016.