|MTR rapid transit station|
|Literal meaning||Clay Melon Bay|
|Location|| Ma Tau Wai Road × Lok Shan Road, To Kwa Wan |
Kowloon City District, Hong Kong
|Owned by||KCR Corporation|
|Operated by||MTR Corporation|
|Platforms||2 (2 side platforms)|
|Opened||27 June 2021|
|Previous names||Ma Tau Wai|
To Kwa Wan (Chinese :土瓜灣) is an underground MTR rapid transit station in Hong Kong on the Tuen Ma line. It is located beneath Ma Tau Wai Road in central To Kwa Wan, Kowloon City District. The station was built as part of the Sha Tin to Central Link (SCL) project, and opened on 27 June 2021 along with the rest of phase 2 of the Tuen Ma line (Sung Wong Toi–Hung Hom). The station was constructed by a Samsung–Hsin Chong joint venture.
|L1||Concourse||Customer service, MTR shops|
|Platform 1||← Tuen Ma line towards Tuen Mun (Ho Man Tin)|
|Side platform, doors will open on the left|
|Platform 2||Wu Kai Sha (Sung Wong Toi) →Tuen Ma line towards|
|Side platform, doors will open on the right|
The platforms are arranged in a split platform style as the station was constructed under the narrow Ma Tau Wai Road with a high density of nearby buildings.This arrangement also allows trains to switch sides, depending on the terminus. Trains on platform 1 switch to the left side, while trains on platform 2 switch to the right side. This is necessary since the Ma On Shan Rail was built with trains run on the right-hand side to facilitate interchange at Tai Wai, whereas on the West Rail trains run on the left like other railway lines in the territory.
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1. To Kwa Wan Station - Official Tuen Ma Line website