|Proposed MTR rapid transit station|
|Location|| Tin Wan |
Southern District, Hong Kong
|Operated by||MTR Corporation|
Tin Wan (Chinese :田灣) is a proposed MTR station on the proposed west section of the South Island line. It will be located at Tin Wan, Southern District, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The station is still under planning.
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