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|MTR rapid transit station|
|Literal meaning||Sky Water Surrounded|
|Location|| Ping Ha Road × Kiu Cheong Road, Ping Shan |
Yuen Long District, Hong Kong
|Owned by||KCR Corporation|
|Operated by||MTR Corporation|
|Platforms||2 (1 island platform)|
|Architect||Rocco Design Architects|
|Opened||20 December 2003|
Tin Shui Wai (Chinese :天水圍; Cantonese Yale :Tīnséuiwài) is an MTR station on the Tuen Ma line, located in Ping Shan near Tin Shui Wai New Town, Yuen Long District. It is the only heavy rail station serving Tin Shui Wai, which has a population of around 300,000.
On 20 December 2003, Tin Shui Wai station opened to the public along with the other KCR West Rail stations.
On 27 June 2021, the West Rail line officially merged with the Ma On Shan line (which was already extended into the Tuen Ma line Phase 1 at the time) in East Kowloon to form the new Tuen Ma line, as part of the Shatin to Central link project. Hence, Tin Shui Wai was included in the project and is now an intermediate station on the Tuen Ma line.
It is in the north of Ping Shan and adjacent to Tin Yiu Estate, Tin Shing Court and Tin Yau Court. The station is elevated over the junction of Ping Ha Road and Tin Fuk Road. A public transport interchange is located to the southwest of the station. Three footbridges are constructed along Tin Fuk Road and Ping Ha Road to connect the station to the highly populated urban area that the station is built in.
|Platform 2||Tuen Ma line towards Wu Kai Sha (Long Ping ) →|
|Island platform, doors will open on the right|
|Platform 1||← Tuen Mun (Siu Hong )Tuen Ma line towards|
|Customer services, toilets|
|MTRShops, ATMs, Octopus promotion machine|
|G||Light Rail stop||Light Rail Tin Shui Wai stop, Tsui Sing Lau Pagoda|
|Ping Shan Heritage Trail, Cycle park, footbridge|
|Public transport |
|Public transport interchange|
|Cycle park, footbridge|
Platforms 1 and 2 share the same island platform.
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