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Kwai Fong
Chinese葵芳
View of Kwai Fong, with the Metroplaza Towers on the right.
View of Kwai Fong, with the Metroplaza Towers on the right.
Kwai Tsing Theatre
Container sculpture between Kwai Fong station and Metroplaza.
Container sculpture between Kwai Fong station and Metroplaza.

Kwai Fong is an area of Kwai Chung Town, Kwai Tsing District, Hong Kong.

Location

The mainly residential area extends to Kwai Hing (葵興) in the north, Lai King in the south, Tsing Yi Bridge to the west, and Tai Lin Pai Industrial Area to the east. It is part of the reclamation of Gin Drinkers Bay in 1960s.

Name

Kwai Fong is named after Kwai Fong Estate, a public housing estate. Kwai () is the first Chinese character of Kwai Chung. Before the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) served the area, there were only few private residential blocks west of the estate.

Features

Shopping

The area contains two mega-plazas, Metroplaza and Kwai Chung Plaza.

Schools

Two of the most well known schools in the area are Daughters of Mary Help of Christians Siu Ming Catholic Secondary School and Buddhist Sin Tak College.

Recreation

Kwai Chung Sports Ground is a major sports ground in Kwai Tsing District. It has track and field facilities and a football pitch. It was the first facility in the district to include Tartan track. It is situated next to Hing Fong Road, opposite Metropolitan Plaza.

Kwai Tsing Theatre, a performance venue, is located near Kwai Fong MTR station and Metropolitan Plaza.

Transportation

The area is well served by public transport to Kowloon, via Kwai Fong MTR station and buses.