Cheung Sha Wan

Cheung Sha Wan (Chinese: 長沙灣; pinyin: Chángshāwān) is an area between Lai Chi Kok and Sham Shui Po in New Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is mainly residential to the north and south, with an industrial area in between. Administratively it is part of Sham Shui Po District which includes Lai Chi Kok as well.

Read more about Cheung Sha Wan:  History, Economy, Events, Reclamation of West Kowloon, Transport

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Cheung Sha Wan - Transport
... is served by two stations on MTR Tsuen Wan Line Cheung Sha Wan Station and, Lai Chi Kok Station ... is actually located not in Lai Chi Kok, but in Cheung Sha Wan ... The fact that references to Cheung Sha Wan can be found on many buildings and amenities near Lai Chi Kok Station continues to be a source of confusion for many ...
List Of Fire Stations In Hong Kong - Kowloon Command - West Division
... Mongkok Cheung Sha Wan Fire Station 429 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Cheung Sha Wan Lai Chi Kok Fire Station 4 Po Lun Street, Lai Chi Kok, Kowloon Shek Kip Mei Fire ...
Tsuen Wan Line - History - Early Construction
... The Tsuen Wan Line was one of the original lines of the MTR network ... terminus station in a valley further west of the present Tsuen Wan station terminus, named Tsuen Wan West ... The station is different from the current West Rail Line Tsuen Wan West station located under reclaimed land ...
Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School
... Cheung Sha Wan Catholic Secondary School (CSWCSS) (Traditional Chinese長沙灣天主教英文中學) is a secondary school in Hong Kong ... The school is situated on Fuk Wing Street, Cheung Sha Wan ...
Tai Shui Hang Station - Transport Interchange
... interchange with the following bus routes KMB 40X- Wu Kai Sha Station ↔ Kwai Chung Estate 43X- Tsuen Wan West Station ↔ Yiu On 81C- Yiu On ↔ Hung Hom Station 84M- Chevalier Garden ...

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