Tsuen Wan Pier, Tsuen Wan Ferry or Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier (Chinese: 荃灣碼頭) is a public pier at the south of Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, which is adjacent to MTR Tsuen Wan West Station. It provided ferry service to Central via Tsing Yi, but the service ceased operation in 2000 after Western Harbour Tunnel and MTR Tung Chung Line were commissioned to provide faster route between New Territories West and Hong Kong Island.
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... Standard Bus Fare 1 Kennedy Town ↔ Happy Valley (Upper) $3.4 2 Shau Kei Wan (Grand Promenade) ↔ Central (Macau Pier) $4.1 2A Shau Kei Wan (Yiu Tung Estate) ↔ Wan Chai ... Bay (Whitfield Road) $3.4 5B Kennedy Town ↔ Causeway Bay Circular $3.4 5C Shek Tong Tsui → Wan Chai (Luard Road) Weekday A.M Peak Hour $3.4 5P Kennedy Town → Wan Chai Pier Express, Weekday A ... Hour Special Service 15 The Peak ↔ Central Pier Terminate / Depart from Exchange Square at A.M ...
... one minibus terminus are located at nearby Nina Tower, Tsuen Wan West Station and Tsuen Wan Transport Complex respectively ... Also, Hong Kong Immigration Department Tsuen Wan branch office (relocated to Waterside Plaza in 1999 and closed in 2003) and a driving school (relocated to Kwun Tong Pier in 2006) were located at Tsuen Wan ...
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