Lai Chi Kok Station

MTR infobox
livery=BD3507
namecolour=White
line=Tsuen Wan



caption=Lai Chi Kok Station
district=Sham Shui Po
area=Cheung Sha Wan
open=May 10, 1982
type=Underground
platformtype=Island
platformno=2
exitno=4
code=LCK
hours=0611/0113
connections= Bus, Minibus
engname=Lai Chi Kok
chiname=茘枝角
Chinese
c=茘枝角
j=lai6 zi1 gok3
y=lai6 ji1 gok3
l=Lychee Corner
p=Lìzhī Jiǎo

Lai Chi Kok Station is on the HK-MTR lines|Tsuen Wan of Hong Kong MTR system, between stations Cheung Sha Wan and Mei Foo. It was opened in 1982.

The station is in orange-red livery, and is a simple through station with an island platform. Recently platform screen doors are installed along both platforms in the station.

The station is on the border of Lai Chi Kok and Cheung Sha Wan. People can use this station to access the southern part of Lai Chi Kok. Lai Chi Kok used to be an industrialized area, but in recent years four high quality residential developments have been built, viz. Banyan Gardens, liberté, The Pacifica and Aqua Marine

tation layout

Platforms 1 and 2 share the same island platform.

Entrances/Exits

*A: Cheung Sha Wan Plaza
*B1/B2: Cheung Sha Wan Road
*C: Tung Chau West Street access icon|15px|Wheelchair user access

Transport connections

Bus routes

These bus routes are terminating 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:
*2BTo Tsz Wan Shan North
*2FTo Allway Gardens, Tsuen Wan
*30To Ap Lei Chau Estate:
*N171

Kom Chuen Street bus terminus (Exit B)

To Ngau Tau Kok (via Shek Kip Mei Estate):
*6DTo Sha Tin Wai (via Lion Rock Tunnel):
*86ATo Lee On Estate (Ma On Shan, via Lion Rock Tunnel):
*86C

Minibus routes

To Stonecutters Island:
*44M (Exit A, Public Holidays Only)

To Wonderland Villas:
*97A (Exit A)

Neighbouring stations


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