North Point Station

North Point
MTR rapid transit station

Platform 3
Chinese name
Chinese 北角
General information
Location Near Roca Centre, King's Road, North Point
Eastern District, Hong Kong
Coordinates 22°17′27″N 114°12′03″E / 22.2909°N 114.2007°E / 22.2909; 114.2007Coordinates: 22°17′27″N 114°12′03″E / 22.2909°N 114.2007°E / 22.2909; 114.2007
Operated by MTR Corporation
Platforms 4 (island platforms)
Connections Bus, public light bus, tram, ferry
Structure type Underground
Platform levels 2
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Station code NOP
  • 31 May 1985 (1985-05-31) (Island Line)
  • 27 September 2001 (2001-09-27) (Kwun Tong Line)
Preceding station   MTR   Following station
towards Kennedy Town
Island Line
towards Chai Wan
TerminusTseung Kwan O Line
towards Po Lam or LOHAS Park
  Former services  
towards Yau Ma Tei
Kwun Tong LineTerminus
  Proposed services  
towards Tamar
Tseung Kwan O Line
towards Po Lam or LOHAS Park
Hong Kong MTR system map
North Point
Location within the MTR system

North Point (Chinese: 北角) is a station on the Hong Kong MTR Island Line and the western terminus of the Tseung Kwan O Line, located in North Point on Hong Kong Island. The livery of the station is tomato orange.


Track layout
to Quarry Bay
to Fortress Hill

This station was opened in 1985 upon the completion of the Island Line. Until 2001, the station was only used by that line, and the layout of the station at that time featured a stacked side platform arrangement with trains running towards Sheung Wan Station operating on the level above trains running towards Chai Wan Station. Between 2001 and 2002, this station was expanded to facilitate a cross-platform interchange with the Tseung Kwan O Line. A new platform was constructed on each level opposite the existing platform and the station served as the temporary terminus of Kwun Tong Line. On August 4, 2002, the section of Tseung Kwan O Line from this station to Yau Tong was opened to allow passengers to develop familiarity with the new cross-harbour interchange arrangement. Since August 18, 2002, this station serves as the interchange station between the two lines as well as the terminus of Tseung Kwan O Line.

Compared to cross-platform arrangements at other MTR stations, the transfer distance is longer here; however, it is nevertheless much more convenient for commuters to transfer than passing through the corridors in Quarry Bay Station, which provides no cross-platform arrangement.

Station layout

G - Exits
Walkway Walkway Exits, walkway to all exits
Walkway Walkway MTRshops
Walkway to all exits
C Concourse Customer Service, MTRshops
Vending machines, Automatic teller machines
Octopus Promotion Machine
Upper Level
Platform 2      Island Line towards Kennedy Town (Fortress Hill)
Island platform, doors will open on the left for Island Line, right for Tseung Kwan O Line
Platform 4      Tseung Kwan O Line termination platform
Lower Level
Platform 1      Island Line towards Chai Wan (Quarry Bay)
Island platform, doors will open on the right for Island Line, left for Tseung Kwan O Line
Platform 3      Tseung Kwan O Line towards Po Lam (Quarry Bay)
     Tseung Kwan O Line towards LOHAS Park peak hours only (Quarry Bay)



All exits are located on King's Road and the side streets nearby.[2]

Transport connections

North Point is the home of a large bus terminus, situated at the North Point Ferry Pier. (Exit A1) At the same time, other modes of transport like buses, trams and taxis are accessed at King's Road, which can be reached through Exits B1 and B3.


The North Point Ferry Pier (entrance/exit A1) provides services to Hung Hom, Kowloon City and Kwun Tong. Passengers who wish to take the ferry should leave North Point Station at entrance/exit A1, and follow Shu Kuk Street until they reach the bus terminus. The ferry pier is by the shore.

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See also


  1. "North Point Station layout" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 31 July 2014.
  2. "North Point Station street map" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 June 2014.
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