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Hong Kong West Kowloon Railway Station is adjacent to West Kowloon Cultural District. The unique station building brightens up the picturesque neighbourhood and it is doomed to be a great destination to travel photographers.
☝ Served with gross floor area ("GFA") of 380,000 square meters, West Kowloon Railway Station is known as world's largest underground high speed train staion.
West Kowloon Railway Station locates in the downtown. Travelers can get there using MTR, airport express shuttle bus, franchised bus, green minibus, non-franchised bus, private car or even taxi.
Hong Kong West Kowloon Station has two floors including L2 level, L1 level above ground, G level ground floor, four underground floors including B1 level, B2 level, B3 level and B4 level which can be demonstrated through the following image.
☝ West Kowloon Station Layout Map.
L2 level, or the station roof are sky corridors with sightseeing decks.
L1 level has overhead bridges through which passengers can walk between Kowloon West Railway Station and Austin Station, Kowloon Station as well as West Kowloon Station Bus Terminus. Of the 11 exits of the Kowloon West Railway Station, it has exits K, M and N.
On the G level, or the ground floor, it has shops, bus or mini bus stop, airport express shuttle bus stop, taxi drop off or pick up area, toilets, lifts that go to L2, L1, B1, B2 and B3 levels. The ground floor has exits B, C, D, F, H and J. Exit B corresponds to taxi drop off and pickup area and exit J corresponds to stops of bus, minibus, coach and airport express shuttle bus.
B1 level has ticketing and departure concourses with automatic ticket collection machines, ticket counters, information desk. Auxiliary facilities include police post, babycare room, toliets, first aid, passenger including wheelchair passenger drop off areas, shops, lifts and etc.
☝ 39 ticket vending machines are deployed in the ticketing concourse on B1 level. International travelers please don't go here to purchase your tickets as these machinese can't read your passports to issue tickets to you.
B2 level has the arrival concourse. It has the Mainland China Port Area and Hong Kong Port Area to facilitate inbound passengers to go through exit and entry clearances. Auxiliary service facilities are ticket counters, tourist service center, toilets, babycare rooms, taxi stand, passenger pick up and drop off areas, car park, lifts, shops and etc. B2 level has exits A and G. Inbound or southbound passengers can leave the railway station from exit A to walk to Austin Station in 3 to 5 minutes to travel to Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong downtown, Kwun Tong, Wan Chai, Yuen Long, Shatin, Tung Chung, Tai Koo and various places in Hong Kong.
B3 level has departure concourse. Both Hong Kong port and Mainland China port are stationed here to speed up border crossing procedures to outbound travelers. It has 4-9, 11, 14, 15 and 18 ticket gates. Ticket counter, business lounge, toilets, drinking water, lifts, smoking room, babycare room are also available here.
B4 level is for platforms.
☝ Ticket Counter @ Hong Kong West Kowloon Station
☝ Departure Concourse @ Hong Kong West Kowloon Station
☝ Eye catching guide signs are avaiable at Hong Kong West Kowloon Station to make sure passengers can travel efficienlty inside the station.
☝ West Kowloon Station is not only a transportation hub but also a popular shopping places.
Hong Kong West Kowloon Station commits to introduce the most popular brands and the most unique shops to refresh your shopping experience. It has various shops including duty free shops, gift shops, food shops, convenience stores, bakery shops, travel and ticket agencies, luggage storage, foreign exchange brokers, courier firms, banking & financial services on L1 level, ground floor, B1 level, B2 level and B3 level to meet passengers demands in different dimensions.
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