Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

New Cruise Terminal at Kai Tak

Located at the former Kai Tak Airport runway, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal is one of the world’s foremost cruise facilities. Designed by Foster + Partners, the three-storey building features light-filled passenger and service areas, efficient passenger circulation between drops-offs, jaw-dropping views of Victoria Harbour and an impressive slew of amenities. The terminal accommodates two mega cruise ships of up to 220,000 tonnes.

Above the terminal, you’ll find the largest rooftop garden in Hong Kong. Covering an area of 23,000 square metres, the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Park features a central lawn, a water garden, a fountain plaza and a viewing platform from which to take in the incredible views of both Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula. Nearby attractions include the sublimely elegant Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden, the Kowloon City food district and the famed Lei Yue Mun seafood bazaar.

Info
Location:
33 Shing Fung Road, Kowloon
Facilities:
Baggage handling area, customs hall, concourse, immigration hall, passenger waiting hall, roof garden, ancillary commercial area, retail shops, restaurant and car park
Customs, immigration and health quarantine operation:
Clears 3,000 passengers per hour
Number of berths:
Two
Commissioning-date:
June 2013
Apron area:
850m length x 35m width
• First berth 455m length x 35m width
• Second berth 395m length x 35m width
Cruise vessel that can berth at the Terminal:
Displacement tonnage - 110,000 / Gross tonnage - 220,000
Depth of water:
12 metres - 13 metres (for dredging)
Air draft restriction:
No
Website:
www.kaitakcruiseterminal.com.hk
How to get there
  • From the Hong Kong International Airport, take the Airport Express to MTR Kowloon Station (approximately 20 minutes) and it’s approximately a further 20 minutes by taxi; or,
  • take minibus 86 at MTR Kowloon Bay Station for about seven minutes; or,
  • take bus 5R at MTR Ngau Tau Kok Station for about 32 minutes; or,
  • take a ferry from Kwun Tong Public Pier for about 10 minutes; or,
  • take a ferry from North Point Public Pier for about 20 minutes.

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