Sky Corridor in West Kowloon

Updated: Jan 19



West Kowloon Station is the latest landmark in Hong Kong where people can ride the High Speed Rail to China. It is connected to Kowloon and Austin Station.

Hong Kong government claimed that West Kowloon Station is the biggest underground railway station in the world. Despite the fact that the construction caused some controversies because it went over budget and was delayed for years, it is a beautiful award-winning architecture which is worth to check out.

There is a Sky Corridor and a Sightseeing Deck above the station with great view, in order to get there, we have to find Exit H first, which will lead us to the first checkpoint, Green Plaza.

Green Plaza

Keep walking deep inside the Green Plaza you will see the Sky Corridor, and there are two of them. The right one is more popular because the view of it is better even though it is harder to climb.

The top of the Sky Corridor is the Sightseeing Deck. The view in front is the iconic harbour view, and also the new Xiqu Centre which is a world class art venue. Great view to enjoy and take photos.


Xiqu Centre

The district is still under development which will be different every day. Also it is a good spot for watching the iconic light show "A Symphony of Light".

However the area may be closed on days like when there is firework due to traffic control and safety reasons.


Other attraction in West Kowloon:

West Kowloon Art Park


Address: West Kowloon Terminus, 1 Austin Rd W, Yau Ma Tei

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