Lai King Station

MTR infobox
livery=AA0000
namecolour=White
line=Tsuen Wan
line2=Tung Chung



caption= Lai King MTR Station
district=Kwai Tsing
area=Lai Chi Kok / Kwai Chung
open=May 10, 1982
type=Elevated
platformtype=Island
platformno=4
exitno=5
escalatorno=16
liftno=3
shopno=2
code=LAK
hours=0602/0116
connections= Bus, Minibus
engname=Lai King
chiname=茘景|
Chinese
c=茘景
j=lai6 ging2
y=lai6 ging2
p=Lìjǐng

Lai King is an MTR station located in Lai King Hill, Kwai Tsing District, Hong Kong. It is between Mei Foo and Kwai Fong stations. Its livery is crimson.

Lai King was opened in 1982, originally as part of the HK-MTR lines|Tsuen Wan. The station was designed to serve the large public housing complex located above the station, as well as the container terminal on the coast to the southwest of the station. When the Lantau Airport Railway was proposed, Lai King was chosen to be the interchange between the Tsuen Wan Line and the HK-MTR lines|Tung Chung.

During the course of construction, the layout of the station was greatly altered. The northbound Tsuen Wan Line track was raised to a new level above the original station, providing cross-platform interchange with the northbound Tung Chung Line. Similar platform arrangements were constructed for southbound tracks. The original Tsuen Wan Line track was abandoned from the sidings south of the station to slightly north of it. A pair of tracks were also constructed for the non-stopping HK-MTR lines|Airport Express.

tation layout

Passengers on the Tung Chung Line travelling in the direction of Tung Chung can go to the opposite platform to change to Tsuen Wan Line trains for destinations in the Kwai Chung and Tsuen Wan districts and vice versa. The Tung Chung Line has proved popular among passengers living on Hong Kong Island who work in areas north of Lai King, and in rush hour, packed Tung Chung Line trains often empty at Lai King station.

Passengers on the Tsuen Wan Line travelling towards Central can go to the opposite platform to change to the Tung Chung Line for a faster route towards Hong Kong Island. In fact, once this interchange station is opened, many commuters who used to travel almost the entire length of the Tsuen Wan Line left the train at Lai King, and hence a large number of passengers is often seen in Tung Chung Line trains during the morning and evening rush.

Entrances/Exits

*A1: Lai King Hill Road
*A2: Yin Lai Court, Lai King Estate (Blocks 1-4)
*A3: Lai King Estate (Blocks 5-7)
*B: Kwai Chung Container Terminal
*C: Lai King Estate access icon|15px|Wheelchair user access

Transport Connections

Bus Routes

At the bus stops outside (NT bound) / opposite (Kowloon bound) Exit A1:
*30: Allway Gardens <> Cheung Sha Wan
*42: Cheung Ching <> Shun Lee (Cheung Ching bound bus stop located near Lok King House, Lai King Estate)
*45: Lai Yiu <> Kowloon City Ferry
*46: Lai Yiu <> Jordan (Wui Cheung Road)
*46X: Mei Foo <> Hin Keng
*269M: Tin Shui Wai Town Centre <> Cho Yiu
*N241: Cheung Hang <> Hung Hom Station (Cheung Hang bound bus stop located near Lok King House, Lai King Estate)

Minibus Routes

Outside Yin Lai Court Shopping Centre (Exit A2):
*46M: Highland Park > Lai King MTR Station Circular
*90M: Mei Foo > Highland Park
*91A: Highland Park > Kwai Fong
*93: Wah Yuen Chuen > Tsuen Wan
*313: Princess Margaret Hospital > Tsuen Wan
*407: Princess Margaret Hospital > Cheung Wang
*407A: Princess Margaret Hospital > Kwai Fong

Opposite Yin Lai Court Shopping Centre (Exit A1 or A2):
*47M: Wonderland Villas > Lai King MTR Station Circular
*90M: Highland Park > Mei Foo
*91A: Kwai Fong > Highland Park
*93: Tsuen Wan > Wah Yuen Chuen
*313: Tsuen Wan > Princess Margaret Hospital
*407: Cheung Wang > Princess Margaret Hospital
*407A: Kwai Fong > Princess Margaret Hospital

The MTR provides a 50-cent interchange discount for passengers changing from minibus route 407A to the MTR at Lai King or Kwai Fong stations, or vice versa.

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