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Tuen Mun station

Tuen Mun

MTR MTR rapid transit station
Tuen Mun station platform
Chinese name
Cantonese YaleTyùnmùn
Literal meaningGarrison Gate
Standard Mandarin
Hanyu PinyinTúnmén
Yue: Cantonese
Yale RomanizationTyùnmùn
General information
LocationPui To Road × Tuen Mun River, Tuen Mun
Tuen Mun District, Hong Kong
Coordinates22°23′43″N 113°58′23″E / 22.3952°N 113.9731°E / 22.3952; 113.9731
Owned byKCR Corporation
Operated byMTR Corporation
Platforms2 (1 island platform)
Structure typeElevated
Platform levels1
Other information
Station codeTUM
Opened20 December 2003; 20 years ago (2003-12-20)
Preceding station MTR MTR Following station
Under construction
Tuen Ma line Siu Hong
towards Wu Kai Sha
Preceding stop MTR Light Rail MTR Light Rail Following stop
Town Centre
towards Sam Shing
transfer at Tuen Mun
Kin On
towards Siu Hong
Town Centre 507
transfer at Tuen Mun
Ho Tin
towards Tin King
Town Centre
towards Yau Oi
transfer at Tuen Mun
Ho Tin
towards Tin Yat
Track layout
Ho Pong St
Pui To Rd
Hong Kong MTR system map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Tuen Mun
Location within the MTR system

Tuen Mun is an MTR station in Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is the western terminus of the Tuen Ma line. The station is elevated over the Tuen Mun River, near the Town Park in the centre of Tuen Mun New Town. The first train to Wu Kai Sha departs at 5:45 a.m., and the last train departs at 12:15 a.m. the day after.

It is an interchange station with the Light Rail Tuen Mun stop and Ho Tin stop. A public transport interchange adjacent to the station gives passengers direct access to the station concourse via escalators and stairs.


Tuen Mun station is adjacent to the former site of San Fat Estate, the first public housing estate in Tuen Mun, which was demolished in 2001 because of its age, and to provide a construction site for the station.[1]

There is a plaque in the station concourse commemorating the topping out of the station. It was unveiled by the then-Chairman and Chief Executive of KCR Corporation, K.Y. Yeung, on 14 November 2001. The station opened with the rest of the West Rail on 20 December 2003.

Three new station entrances were opened on 1 August 2013. Exits C3, D, and E opened to provide direct access from the station concourse to the newly opened "V City" shopping centre.[2]

The West Rail line was extended to Hung Hom station in 2009, and as part of the Shatin to Central link project, the West Rail line was absorbed into the newly-extended Tuen Ma line in 2021. Tuen Mun station remained the terminus of the lengthened line.

Station layout

Platform 2      Tuen Ma line towards Wu Kai Sha (Siu Hong)
Island platform, doors will open on the left or right
Platform 1      Tuen Ma line towards Wu Kai Sha (Siu Hong)
C Light Rail
Ho Tin stop
Exit F, Taxi Stand, drop-off area
Concourse Exit, customer services, toilets
MTRShops, vending machines, ATMs
Light Rail
Tuen Mun stop
Exit B,      Light Rail Tuen Mun stop, MTRShops
G Light Rail
Ho Tin stop
     Light Rail Ho Tin stop
Exit C Exit C1, C2, public transport interchange
Light Rail
Tuen Mun stop

Platforms 1 and 2 share the same island platform. Passengers can catch eastbound Tuen Ma line trains on either platform.[3]


  • A: Pui To Road[4]
  • B: Light Rail - Tuen Mun Wheelchair user access[4]
  • C1: Pui To Road Wheelchair user access[4]
  • C2: Public Transport Interchange Wheelchair user access[4]
  • D, E: Century Gateway, V City[4]
  • F1: Taxi Stand Wheelchair user access[4]
  • F2: Light Rail - Ho Tin[4]


  1. ^ 「Mixed development」 for the redevelopment of San Fat Estate
  2. ^ "Three New Entrances at MTR Tuen Mun Station Open Today" (PDF). MTR Corporation. 1 August 2013.
  3. ^ "Tuen Mun Station layout" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 October 2016.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g "Tuen Mun Station street map" (PDF). MTR Corporation. Retrieved 30 October 2016.
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