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Kwun Tong is one of the major industrial areas in Hong Kong. With the decline of Hong Kong's industries, many parts of Kwun Tong have been constantly changing. With the Cargo Working Area being converted into a promenade and many specialty little shops and restaurants moving into industrial buildings, Kwun Tong has been made a good place for leisure and treasure hunting on holidays.


(Last updated: 12/1/2022)

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CIC-Zero Carbon Park

CIC 	Zero Carbon Building

‘CIC Zero Carbon Park’ is the first-ever zero net carbon emission architecture in Hong Kong. Zero carbon architecture means that the energy required for operation within the building is completely provided or compensated by renewable energy. With more than 200 different flowers and trees, it is a building in the subtropical zone that considers zero energy consumption throughout its life cycle; in addition, it serves as an exhibition, education and information center to promote zero-carbon and low-carbon building design and technology, smart cities, and to raise public awareness of low-carbon lifestyle.


Tips: CIC Zero Carbon Park is divided into the ‘Outdoor Landscape Area’ and the ‘Indoor Exhibition Center’. While the former is free for access, advance booking is required for the Indoor Exhibition Center. Guided tour is provided for introducing the concepts and technologies behind ecological buildings within CIC Zero Carbon Building. It is suggested to book in advance of your visit.


Easy-to-Reach Index: star star star    
Barrier Free Index: star star star star  
Recommendation Index: star star star   

Suggested Length of Stay: Approx 30 minutes - 2 hours 


Address: 8 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay





Bus Route Origin ↔ Destination Alighting Stop
KMB 107  Wah Kwai Estate← →Kowloon Bay Kowloon Bay Terminus
215X Kowloon Railway Station← →Lam Tin (Kwong Tin Estate) Wang Tung Street
14X Lei Yue Mun← →Tsim Sha Tsui (Circular Route)
15A Tsz Wan Shan (North)← →Ping Tin Sheung Yuet Road 
28B Kai Tak (Kai Ching Estate)← →Choi Fook
74A Tai Wo← →Kai Yip
297 Hung Hom Bus Terminus← →Hang Hau (North)
606 Siu Sai Wan (Island Resort)← →Choi Wan (Fung Shing Street)
641 Macau Ferry Bus Terminus← →Kai Tak (Kai Ching Estate)
33 Yau Tong← →Tsuen Wan West Station
22 Festival Walk← →Kai Tak Cruise Terminal Sheung Yuet Road
608 Grand Promenade← →Kowloon City (Shing Tak Street)
797 Lohas Park← →Kowloon Bay (Circular Route)


Kowloon Bay Station (Exit A)*

*For wheelchair users to get to the CIC Zero Carbon Park from Kowloon Bay MTR Station, go through the Telford Plaza and go down the footbridge with wheelchair elevators which is time-consuming. We suggested wheelchair users to get to the CIC Zero Carbon Building by bus.



Two parking spaces are provided exclusively for people with disabilities at the CIC Zero Carbon Park (reservation required).



MEGABOX is a big shopping mall next to the CIC Zero Carbon Building, MEGABOX is equipped with elevators reaching all floors as well as sufficient number of accessible toilets. The stores are larger in size than normal ones, with wider passageways inside the stores. This is why this shopping mall is quite convenient for disabled people. The downside of this shopping mall is that there is no wheelchair ramp at the front entrance, and wheelchair users can only access through the car park, where it can be quite dangerous. We advise that the shopping mall make necessary improvements.


Address: 38 Wang Chiu Road, Kowloon Bay

Kwun Tong Promenade

Kwun Tong Promenade


After visiting the CIC Zero Carbon Park, visitors may choose to take Bus 215X or Bus 15A to Kwun Tong Promenade. Originally known as Kwun Tong Public Cargo Working Area, the promenade stretches for about one kilometer along the waterfront, offering a spectacular view of the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal. Kwun Tong Promenade was formerly a public cargo working area and thus is designed with the concept of a working area, with a mock crane tower and a waste paper bundle art installation as landmark buildings. After nightfall, the light and shadow of the characteristic towers in the promenade dance together with the water mist installation on the ground, bringing a pleasant dreamy atmosphere for the eyes.


Kwun Tong Promenade


Tips: Visitors can enjoy the Victoria Harbour during day time, beautiful sunset at dusk and light magic on art installations at night at Kwun Tong Promenade and the wonderful light show of the Music Fountain. Visitors can visit the promenade depending on what they would love to see.


Easy-to-Reach Index: star star star      
Barrier Free Index: star star star star  
Recommendation Index: star star star   

Suggested Length of Stay: Approx 1 hour



Address: 183 Hoi Bun Road, Kwun Tong




Bus Route Origin← →Destination Alighting Stop
15A Ping Tin← →Tsz Wan Shan (North) Kwun Tong Promenade / Shun Yip Street
215X Kowloon Station← →Lam Tin (Kwong Tin Estate) Shun Yip Street



Ngau Tau Kok Station*

*After exiting the Ngau Tau Kok Station, wheelchair users can go to Kwun Tong Promenade by going over Kwun Tong Road through the footbridge connecting to Millennium City 2, then walk along Lai Yip Street in the direction of seafront. It takes about 15 minutes; Visitors can go to Kwun Tong Promenade in 5-10 minutes after exiting Ngau Tau Kok Station Exit B6 and walk in the direction of seafront.

Kwun Tong Music Fountains

Located at Kwun Tong Promenade (near the entrance of How Ming Street), the Kwun Tong Music Fountains have been opened in April 2021. The project occupies an area of about 3,740 square meters and costs nearly HK$50 million, featuring a music fountain, three interactive water play areas and a lawn for rest. The music fountain show is controlled by a computer program, spraying water jets with the melody of famous songs, with additional lighting changes in the evening performance. The interactive water play areas are equipped with sensor devices, which can sense the approach of people and then spray different shapes of water jets to provide interactive fun for visitors.


Music fountain and interactive water play area operating hours: 8:30 am to 10:30 pm daily

Music Fountain performs three times daily from Monday to Sunday (1:30 pm, 7:30 pm and 8:30 pm);

On Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, there will be additional performances (10:30 am and 9:30 pm) for a total of five.

Industrial Building of Kwun Tong District (Camel Paint Building)

Industrial Building of Kwun Tong District (Camel Paint Building)

With the fall of industries in Hong Kong, many industrial buildings in Kwun Tong have undergone transformation with small stores, restaurants and various brands of outlets springing up. As they are completely different from the standardized shopping malls, visitors may find something that surprise you. We are going to feature the Camel Paint Building at Kwun Tong.


After visiting the Kwun Tong Promenade, go straight from Tsun Yip St. and turn right on Hung To Road. When you get to Hoi Yuen Road, continue in the direction of Kwun Tong MTR station and you will arrive the Camel Paint Building, which should take you about 10 minutes. There is one step on the Hoi Yuen Road entrance and we suggest wheelchair users to access through the Hing Yip St.


There are in total of three buildings in the Camel Paint Building complex, with diverse stores from snacks, fine dining, cosmetics, clothing, toys, stylish restaurants to themed party houses. It’s the ideal place for shopping lovers to spend a whole day in.


Short Comments: It is always crowded with people in Kwun Tong and wheelchair users might encounter difficulties going around the industrial buildings. There are three buildings at the Camel Building complex have elevators that reach all floors, and the passageways as well as store interiors are wide, which makes it more convenient when compared to shopping malls. Please be reminded that there are no accessible toilets in the building.


Tips: Apart from Camel Paint Building, there are other industrial buildings that have undergone transformation. Visitors can search online for other industrial buildings / stores.


Easy-to-Reach Index: star star     
Barrier Free Index: star star star   
Recommendation Index: star star star star      

Suggested Length of Stay: Approx 1 - 2 hours


Address: 60 Hoi Yuen Road

Crocodile Center / APM

Crocodile Center/apm

Visitors who choose to leave by MTR can make their ways along Hoi Yuen Road to Kwun Tong MTR station. Wheelchair users can go to the MTR station by taking the elevator outside Crocodile Center to 1/F and go through APM through the footbridge. There are varieties of restaurants in Crocodile Center, and APM is one of the biggest shopping malls in the Kwun Tong District. There are accessible toilets in the mall, and a theatre with motion effects on 6/F, where wheelchair spaces are also reserved for selection. Self-service ticket machines are placed at the entrance of the theatre to facilitate ticket purchase, but the height of the screen and the location of the electronic payment system are slightly high, which may not be ideal for wheelchair users.


Address: 79 Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong / 418 Kwun Tong Road, Kwun Tong

CIC Zero Carbon Park

1. CIC Zero Carbon Park
  Tel: 2100 9800
  Website: https://zcp.cic.hk/eng/home


2. Outdoor Landscape Area
  Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm


3. Indoor Exhibition Center (Guided tour only, advance booking is required)
  Opening hours: Monday to Sunday (Except for the first three days of the Lunar New Year)
  Four guided tours are available: 9:15 am; 10:30 am; 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm (The entire tour lasts for approximately one hour)
  Online booking: https://zcp.cic.hk/eng/plan-your-visit

Parking Spaces Designated for the Disabled

CIC-Zero Carbon Park     Inside CIC–Zero Carbon Park x2
      Wang Tai Road, Kowloon Bay x1
      Lam Lok Street, Kowloon Bay x1
  Kwun Tong Promenade   Hoi Bun Road opposite to Hoi Bun Road Park x2
      Lam Chak Street, Kowloon Bay x1
      Hung To Road near Lai Yip Street, Kwun Tong x1
      Kei Yip Lane, Kwun Tong x1
  Industrial Building of Kwun Tong District
(Camel Paint Building)
  Kei Yip Lane, Kwun Tong x1
  MEGABOX   Wang Tai Road, Kowloon Bay x1
      Lam Lok Street, Kowloon Bay x1
  Kwun Tong Music Fountains   Hoi Bun Road opposite to Hoi Bun Road Park x2
      Hung To Road near Lai Yip Street, Kwun Tong x1
      Kei Yip Lane, Kwun Tong x1
  Crocodile Center / APM   Kei Yip Lane, Kwun Tong x1
      Kai Lim Road near Kwun Tong Swimming Pool, Kwun Tong x2
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