Hung Hom Station is located right in the heart of Kowloon. It serves as the arrival point for passengers travelling by MTR, Airport Express Shuttle Bus and many other forms of public transport. It is the terminus for trains to Guangzhou (travel between guangzhou and hong kong ), and other destinations in Guangdong as well as Beijing and Shanghai.
The station consists of four floors. On the top floor there are fast food restaurants, cafés, a bakery, a snack bar, fashion shop and travel agencies. Here you can enjoy food, drink and relax and maybe read to kill time. Floor G is the through train concourse, and where Exit C is located. There are two ticket offices and a customer service center in the front of the lobby. A bus stop, green minibus stops and taxi stands lie in the west of the concourse. The departure and arrival offices face each other. There are Hong Kong Immigration Department and Customs and Excise Department checkpoints on this floor to offer aid to passengers. Toilets and pay phones are located at the rear of the lobby. Passengers have free access to two WI-FI hotspots. MTR shops, vending machines, ATMs and electronic lockers are also available. The Exits A1, A2 and A3 lead to Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Cross-Harbour Tunnel Bus Stops and the Universal Funeral Parlour. The Exits C 1-3 lead to Zhifu Metropolis, the Harbour Front Horizon Hotel and Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade.
Tough the station is named as Hung Hom, it is quite far from the central part of Hung Hom area, which is at least 15 minutes away on foot. To reach central Hong Kong – either Tsim Sha Tsui or Central – you’ll need to take the metro MTR at the station.
Hung Hom serves as the southern terminus of both East Rail Line and West Rail Line, and also the terminus of cross-border services with destinations to major cities in China mainland including Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Zhaoqing, Foshan, Dongguan in Guangdong. Transfers between the East Rail Line and West Rail Line are provided through cross-platform interchanges.
How to get to Hung Hom Station
5C – Tsz Wan Shan to Tsim Sha Tsui Dock
8 – Kowloon Railway Station to Tsim Sha Tsui Dock
8A – Whampoa Garden to Tsim Sha Tsui Dock (Circular)
11K – Chuk Yuen Estate to Hung Hum Station
11X – Upper Sau Mau Ping to Hung Hum Station
21 – Choi Wan Estate to Hung Hum Station
81C – Yiu On Estate to Hung Hum Station
87D – Kam Ying Court to Hung Hum Station
260A – Siu Hong Court to Hung Hum Station
260X – Po Tin to Hung Hum Station
A21 – Airport(Ground Transport Center) to Hung Hum Station
E21X – Tung Chung(Yat Tung Estate) to Hung Hum Station
Kowloon Line Minibus: 6、6A、8、26、26X
Hong Kong Airport Express Bus: K1 – Airport Express Kowloon Station to Hung Hum (Via Hung Hum Station)
Taxi Downtown: Hong Kong Cross Harbour Tunnel Square Taxi
KMS (Kowloon Motor Bus)
5A – Kowloon City(Shing Tak Street) to Tsim Sha Tsui Dock
268B – Ping Railway Station to Hung Hum Dock
269B – Tin Shui Wai Town Center to Hung Hum Dock
Cross Tunnel Bus: 101、102、103、104、106、106P、107、107P、108、109、110、111、112、113、115、115P、116、117、118、118P、170、171、182、182P、301
Special Service on Hung Hom Train Station In Kowloon
Passenger Transport:: Luggage/Parcel Consignment Services and Passenger Services
Cargo Transport: Transact Retail, Entire and Container Cargo Transportation.
How to get to Hung Hom Station from Hong Kong Airport
The station is connected to Kowloon Station by a regular and free shuttle bus. And then you can catch the Airport Express train straight to the airport from Kowloon Station. This is the most convenient to get there.