Nam Cheong Station

Nam Cheong Station

Nam Cheong

Nam Cheong Station Tung Chung Line platform No.4

Nam Cheong Station Tung Chung Line platform No.4

Line      Tung Chung Line
     West Rail Line
Code NAC
Service hours 0605-0103
Connections Bus, Minibus
District Sham Shui Po
Area Sham Shui Po
Map MTR Website
Coordinates 22°19′36″N 114°09′12″E / 22.326781°N 114.153325°E / 22.326781; 114.153325Coordinates: 22°19′36″N 114°09′12″E / 22.326781°N 114.153325°E / 22.326781; 114.153325
Opened December 20, 2003
Type of station Ground Level
Type of platforms Side/Island
No. of platforms 4
No. of exits 5
No. of escalators 32
No. of lifts 6

Station location

Hong Kong MTR system map
Hong Kong MTR system map
Nam Cheong Station
Chinese 南昌
Nam Cheong Station Concourse
Platform interchange passageway
Nam Cheong Station Exit C, right next to it is a subway

Nam Cheong is a Hong Kong MTR station located at the ground level beneath West Kowloon Highway, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon and opposite to Fu Cheong Estate. It is served by the Tung Chung Line and West Rail Line, providing cross-platform interchanges between Platform 1 (West Rail Line to Tuen Mun) and Platform 4 (Tung Chung Line to Hong Kong. The livery of Nam Cheong Station is pale yellow green.

Nam Cheong Station was originally the southern terminus of West Rail Line before the opening of Kowloon Southern Link on August 16, 2009. The Airport Express line passes between the tracks of Tung Chung Line without stopping at this station. A public transport interchange, located to the east of the station, allows for transfers to other modes of public transport.

Although this station is on ground level, platform screen doors are still fitted.



Nam Cheong Station was called Yen Chow Street Station (after Yen Chow Street, a major thoroughfare in the area) in its planning stage. The station was subsequently renamed "Nam Cheong" after Nam Cheong Estate, a nearby public housing estate, which in turn named after Nam Cheong Street (another thoroughfare). Nam Cheong Street was named after Mr. Chan Nam Cheong (陳南昌), a local philanthropist. As "Nam Cheong" is also the Cantonese-based transliteration for Nanchang, some sources mistakenly state that the station was named after the mainland Chinese city.

Works for Nam Cheong Station started on October 5, 2000, and was built by a joint venture formed by Balfour Beatty and Zen Pacific.[1] The station was opened for public use on December 16, 2003, coinciding with the pre-opening charity trial run day of the KCR West Rail (now West Rail Line), and the Tung Chung Line part of the station started operation. On December 20, the KCR West Rail officially commenced operation, and Nam Cheong became the southern terminus of the rail line.

Upon its completion, the station was a share-used integrated station between MTR and KCR. The station concourse was divided into 2 parts (managed by the 2 rail operators respectively) , Special transfer turnstiles were located between the 2 parts, enabling passengers paying with Octopus card to interchange between the 2 systems with just tapping the card once.

The operations of MTR and KCR merged on December 2, 2007, and the management of the station unified under MTR. Following the network-wide fare zone merger of the former MTR and KCR networks on September 28, 2009, the transfer turnstiles along with the barriers separating the two fare zones were removed, and cross-platform interchange is now provided between platform 1 (West Rail Line to Tuen Mun) and platform 4 (Tung Chung Line to Hong Kong) thanks to the new passageways opened between the 2 platforms. One of the wider passages is aligned with the fifth and sixth carriages of the Hong Kong bound trains on the Tung Chung Line side.

The Kowloon Southern Link (extension of West Rail Line) opened on August 16, 2009, and the West Rail Line was extended to Hung Hom on that day. Nam Cheong lost its status as the southern terminus of West Rail Line, and became an intermediate station for both Tung Chung and West Rail lines.

Station layout

First Floor
- Firemen and staff only (not opened)
Exits Exits, a transport interchange
Side platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 3      Tung Chung Line towards Tung Chung and Disneyland Resort Line
- Airport Express tracks
Platform 4      Tung Chung Line towards Hong Kong
Island platform, doors will open on the left
Platform 1      West Rail Line towards Tuen Mun
Platform 2      West Rail Line towards Hung Hom
Side platform, doors will open on the left
Concourse Customer Service Centre, vending machines
Tickets/fare adjustment, shops, toilets
vending machines, ATMs

All four platforms are located at ground level. The platforms are curved because they were built around existing railways. However, the gaps are not very large.

Before the merge of fare systems on 28 September 2008, Octopus Card users transferring between the West Rail Line and Tung Chung Line had to use the transfer gates separating fare areas the MTR and KCR systems. Once the card is placed on the reader, the first section of journey fare will be deducted and passenger can walk over to the other fare area. Passengers who accidentally walk to the wrong area by mistake exit through the exit gates of current area (not the transfer gates) within 15 minutes or an extra fare was charged.


  • A: Fu Cheong Estate Wheelchair user access
  • B: Wholesale Food Market Wheelchair user access
  • C: Lin Cheung Road North
  • D1: Nam Cheong Estate
  • D2: Public Transport Interchange

Feeder services

Public light bus


Neighbouring stations

Preceding station   MTR   Following station
towards Hung Hom
West Rail Line
towards Tuen Mun
towards Tung Chung
Tung Chung Line
towards Hong Kong

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