Kwai Chung Road

Kwai Chung Road

Kwai Chung Road (zh-cpcy|c=葵涌道|cy=kwai4 chung1 dou6|p=Kuíchōng Dào) is a main road in Kwai Chung, New Territories, Hong Kong. It starts from the junction with Cheung Sha Wan Road, Lai Chi Kok Road and Butterfly Valley Road in Cheung Sha Wan, via Mei Foo, Lai Chi Kok Bridge, Chung Kwai Chung, to the junction with Castle Peak Road and Cheung Wing Road in Sheung Kwai Chung. It has served the new town of Kwai Chung on the reclamation of Lap Sap Wan, and also the Kwai Chung Container Terminals.

ee also

* List of streets and roads in Hong Kong

External links

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