The Ho Tin Stop (Chinese: 河田站), named from nearby Ho Tin Street (Chinese: 河田街), is a MTR Light Rail stop located on the ground at Kin Fung Circuit (Chinese: 建豐街), oppsite to Tuen Mun River and Tuen Mun Station in Tuen Mun District. It began service on 18 September 1988 and belongs to Zone 2. It serves the nearby industrial area.
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