Metroplaza - Transport Interchange

Transport Interchange

  • 30- Allway Gardens ↔ Cheung Sha Wan
  • 31M- Shek Lei (Lei Pui Street) ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • 32M- Kwai Fong Station ↺ Cheung Shan
  • 36M- Lei Muk Shue ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • 43- Cheung Hong ↔ Tsuen Wan West Station
  • 43A- Cheung Wang ↔ Shek Lei
  • 43M- Kwai Fong Station ↺ Cheung Tsing
  • 44M- Cheung On ↔ Kwai Chung Estate
  • 46X- Hin Keng ↔ Mei Foo
  • 46P- Hin Keng ↔ Lai King (North)
  • 47X- Chun Shek ↔ Kwai Shing (East)
  • 57M- Shan King ↔ Lai King (North)
  • 61M- Yau Oi (South) ↔ Lai King (North)
  • 67M- Siu Hong Court ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • 68A- Long Ping Estate ↔ Tsing Yi Station
  • 68M- Yuen Long (West) ↔ Tsuen Wan Station
  • 69M- Tin Shui ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • 235M- On Yam ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • 260C- Yau Oi (South) ↔ Kwai Fong Station
  • N260- Tuen Mun Ferry ↔ Mei Foo
  • N269- Tin Tsz ↔ Mei Foo
  • 930- Tsuen Wan West Station ↔ Admiralty (East)
Long Win Bus
  • A31- Airport (Ground Transportation Centre) ↔ Tsuen Wan (Discovery Park)
  • E32- AsiaWorld-Expo ↔ Kwai Fong Station

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