|MTR rapid transit station|
|Literal meaning||Firewood Bay|
|Location||Kut Shing Street, Chai Wan|
Eastern District, Hong Kong
|Coordinates||22°15′52″N 114°14′12″E / 22.2644°N 114.2368°ECoordinates: 22°15′52″N 114°14′12″E / 22.2644°N 114.2368°E|
|Operated by||MTR Corporation|
|Platforms||2 (1 island platform)|
|Opened||31 May 1985|
Chai Wan (Chinese: 柴灣) is the eastern terminus of the MTR Island line on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It is the only station on the Island line that is elevated. The station is located at the junction of Chai Wan Road and Island Eastern Corridor, and it serves Siu Sai Wan and Chai Wan, a primarily residential and industrial town, and the bus terminus nearby has bus and minibus routes to Siu Sai Wan and Stanley, as well as the nearby residential developments. It was also the southernmost railway station in Hong Kong, prior to the opening of Lei Tung station on the South Island line on 28 December 2016.
There were no platform screen doors when this station was opened, but the MTR Corporation has retrofitted automatic platform gates on both platforms in 2011.
The station was built on part of Chai Wan Park and the site of a pre-existing minibus terminus. Construction commenced in July 1982 and was carried out by the British contractor George Wimpey. The foundation is formed by hand-dug caissons, while the structure comprises reinforced concrete poured in situ. Over 11,000 cubic metres of concrete was poured.
It opened on 31 May 1985 as part of the first phase of the Island line.
|Platforms||Platform 1||← Island line towards Kennedy Town (Heng Fa Chuen)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left, right|
|Platform 2||← Island line towards Kennedy Town (Heng Fa Chuen)|
|C||Concourse||Customer Service, MTRShops|
|Hang Seng Bank, vending machines, automatic teller machines|
|G||Street level||Exits, transport interchange|
Passengers from Chai Wan going to Kennedy Town can board trains on either platforms. The platform from which a train will leave first is indicated on a display board.
An overrun track is present to allow trains to stop and reverse direction if they travel beyond Chai Wan station. However, this set of tracks is rarely used, as trains arriving at Chai Wan station leave for Kennedy Town by pulling out of the same platform.