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Kom Tong Hall (Castle Road, Mid-Levels)

 

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  Kom Tong Hall
address 7 Castle Road, Mid-Levels, Central, Hong Kong (Plan)
Opening Hours

10:00 am to 6:00 pm daily;
extended to 7:00 pm on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays
Closed at 5:00 pm on Christmas Eve and Lunar New Year’s Eve
Closed on Thursday (except Public Holidays, the anniversaries of Dr Sun's birth (12 November) and death (12 March)) and on the first two days of Lunar New Year

Figure : Transport


 
MTR

Central Station

Visitors can use the Mid-Levels Escalator from Central to Caine Road, and walk westwards along the pavement for around 5 minutes.


 
New World First Bus
13

Central (City Hall) - Kotewall Road

23
North Point Ferry - Pokfield Road
23A
Lai Tak Tsuen - Robinson Road (Circular)

 
Citybus
3B

Central (Rumsey Street) - Pokfield Road

12
Central (Ferry Piers) – Robinson Road (Circular Route)
12M
Admiralty (Tamer Street) - Park Road (Circular)
40
Wah Fu (North) - Wan Chai Ferry
40M
Wah Fu (North) - Wan Chai Ferry

 
Kowloon Motor Bus/Citybus
103
Chuk Yuen Estate – Pokfield Road

 
Green Minibus (GMB)
8
Central (City Hall) – Baguio Villas (Lower)
10
Causeway Bay (Jaffe Road) - Cyberport Public Transport
10X
Central (Chater Road) - Scenic Villas
11
Causeway Bay (Jaffe Road) - Tin Wan Estate
28
Causeway Bay (Sun Wui Road) - Baguio Villa (Upper)
31
Causeway Bay (Jaffe Road) - Tin Wan Estate

 

 

The above information is for reference only, and is subject to change in accordance with the announcement of relevant organizations.