Choi Hung Estate (Chinese: 彩虹邨; Mandarin Pinyin: Cǎihóng Cūn; Jyutping: coi2 hung4 cyun1, Choi Hung in Cantonese means Rainbow.) is one of the oldest public housing estates in Hong Kong, located in the Wong Tai Sin District of Kowloon. The estate was built by the former Hong Kong Housing Authority (屋宇建設委員會) and is now managed by the current Hong Kong Housing Authority (香港房屋委員會). It received a Silver Medal at the 1965 Hong Kong Institute of Architects Annual Awards.
... The Choi Hung MTR Station on the Kwun Tong Line, which is named after the estate, is in the north of the estate ... Exits C3 and C4 are available for access to the estate ...
... in 1992) KMB 4 To Sham Shui Po Ferry Pier/Cheung Sha Wan KMB 4A To Tai Hang Tung Estate KMB 8 (1st generation) To Kowloon Tong KMB 8 (2nd generation) To Tsim ...
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