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Laguna City
Laguna City, in 2018
General information
Location99 Cha Kwo Ling Road
Sai Tso Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Coordinates22°18′22″N 114°13′40″E / 22.30599°N 114.22767°E / 22.30599; 114.22767
CompletedBlock 1-7, 13-16: December 1990; 33 years ago (1990-12)
Block 24-31: May 1991; 32 years ago (1991-05)
Block 8, 17: December 1991; 32 years ago (1991-12)
Block 32-38: February 1992; 32 years ago (1992-02)
Block 9, 18: May 1993; 30 years ago (1993-05)
Block 10-12, 19-23: December 1994; 29 years ago (1994-12)
ManagementCitybase Property Management Ltd.
(wholly owned subsidiary of Cheung Kong (Holdings) Limited)
Technical details
Floor count25-28
Design and construction
DeveloperCheung Kong Holdings, Shell & Hutchison Whampoa Property
Other information
Number of rooms8072
[1] [2]
Laguna City
Traditional Chinese麗港城
Simplified Chinese丽港城
Literal meaningBeautiful Harbour City
Laguna City, facing Victoria Harbour. The hill in the background is Tai Sheung Tok.
Former Shell oil depot, on the site of today's Laguna City.

Laguna City (Chinese: 麗港城) is a large-scale private-housing estates built in Sai Tso Wan, Kwun Tong District, in eastern Kowloon, Hong Kong. It was developed jointly by Cheung Kong Holdings and Hutchison Whampoa Property[3] and completed in the early 1990s. The estate is also home to Laguna City Football Club and Laguna Gully Cricket Club.


Laguna City is built along Lam Tin's waterfront. Part of Laguna City is built on reclaimed land. The development is adjacent to Cha Kwo Ling Village, one of the last squatter villages in Hong Kong.[4]


In the late 1980s, Cheung Kong acquired two pieces of land in Lam Tin, one being a former Shell oil depot, now the Laguna City, the other above the newly built Lam Tin MTR station and bus terminus, which was developed into the Sceneway Garden respectively.[5][6] Laguna City was completed in 1991 and Sceneway Garden was completed in 1992.


Laguna City consists of four phases, totalling 38 towers at its 1991 completion. There are 3 private roads in Laguna City, which are Laguna Street in phase 1 and 4, Laguna Street East in phase 2 and Laguna Street South in phase 3. Phases 1, 2 and 4 of Laguna City are managed by the same company, while phase 3 has an independent management authority. Similarly, Phases 1, 2 and 4 share an owners' committee, whereas Phase 3 has its own.[1][2] Census data indicate that Laguna City had a population of 23,354 in 2011.[7]

Built together with Laguna City was Laguna Park, which was completed in 1994 and then handed over to the Urban Council, now the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Laguna Park has a total area of 30,000 sq m (320,000 ft²).



Laguna City is in Primary One Admission (POA) School Net 48. Within the school net are multiple aided schools (operated independently but funded with government money) and Kwun Tong Government Primary School.[8]

Covid Pandemic

Blocks 5 and 7 of Laguna City were put under a coronavirus lockdown at 7pm on 31 January 2021, until 1 February. [9]

See also


  1. ^ a b Laguna City Phase 1,2&4 Resident Website
  2. ^ a b Laguna City Phase 3 Resident Website (Chinese only)
  3. ^ Hutchinson Whampoa Limited: Property Development Archived 17 April 2012 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Ng, June (14 May 2010). "Still Standing". HK Magazine. Archived from the original on 29 January 2011. Retrieved 13 May 2010.
  5. ^ Market Behaviour of Developers Archived 3 February 2007 at the Wayback Machine – Consumer Council. Retrieved 18 February 2007.
  6. ^ Leung, Sum-cheung (1996). Planning in Hong Kong for industrial relocation (Master of Science in Urban Planning thesis). University of Hong Kong. Retrieved 15 September 2014.
  7. ^ 2011 Population Census: Fact Sheet for Laguna City in Kwun Tong District Council . For the purpose of the 2011 census, each of the "Major Housing Estates", among which South Horizons was listed, had its own census data entry. Such estates were thus defined: "A group of residential buildings developed by the same developer (either in the public sector or in the private sector) in one or more phases in a neighbourhood and with at least 3,000 residents or 1,000 domestic households in 2011."
  8. ^ "POA School Net 48" (PDF). Education Bureau. Retrieved 12 September 2022.
  9. ^ HK Free Press