Kowloon Tong

Kowloon Tong is the area of Kowloon to the north of Tsim Sha Tsui , with Boundary Street and Lion Rock Tunnel as its northern border.

It is an expensive, low density upscale residential district, popular among the wealthy in the city – one of its best known inhabitants for many years is Jackie Chan, the kung-fu movie star! Within Kowloon West, it is administratively divided between Kowloon City District and Sham Shui Po District. Kowloon Tong was originally a large village located in present-day Police Sport Association near Boundary Street, south of an unnamed hill.



Residential Blocks

Extensive cultivation was possible in the fertile lands formed by rivers from Beacon Hill. However, in the 1920s, the Hong Kong Government decided to develop the land to the east of Kowloon Ton and proper Kowloon Tsai on both sides of the Kowloon?Canton Railway into a low density residential area based on the British model. The residential area is thus known as Kowloon Tong. The area is well-planned, and the broad roads and streets are largely named after counties in England.

Currently, luxurious houses in or around La Salle Road, Kadoorie Avenue and Oxford Road sell for HKD 100 million. At the northern end, many new apartment blocks with facilities have been developed in the Beacon Hill area.

Schools

The district is home to many illustrious schools, including playgroups such as Tutor Time, the Christian Alliance International School, King George V School, American International School, and the Australian International School.



Facilities

There are two large shopping malls - Festival Walk above Kowloon Tong Station and MOKO above Mong Kok East Station. Several hospitals may be found here such as Hong Kong Baptist Hospital, Evangel Hospital, St. Teresa?s Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Kwong Wah Hospital

The stretch of Waterloo Road through Kowloon Tong forms part of Hong Kong's Route 1. It leads into the Lion Rock Tunnel, and as such it serves as an important artery for traffic heading into and out of the New Territories (in particular Sha Tin). Yau Ma Tei is also accessible via Waterloo Road.

Transportation

Kowloon Tong is served by the MTR's East Rail Line and Kwun Tong Line at Kowloon Tong Station. Passengers may interchange here between the two lines. Since this is a popular district, there are numerous buses and minibuses plying the district.

 



KEY CHARACTERISTICS:

Upscale residential district



Low-density residential area



International schools in the neighborhood



Several hospitals and shopping malls



Extensive transport network



Property for Rent in Kowloon Tong

Displaying 1 - 5 of 5 results
One Beacon Hill
Kowloon Tong

Ref#: 114570

  3 Bedrooms
  2 Bathrooms
Updated on: 03-Oct-2019
Rental:
HK$52,000
For rent
HK$52,000
SA: 1,091
SA 1,091 GA: 1,475
GA 1,475
Parc Inverness
Kowloon Tong

Ref#: 116838

  4 Bedrooms
  3 Bathrooms
Updated on: 11-Oct-2019
Rental:
HK$138,000
For rent
HK$138,000
SA: 1,979
SA 1,979
15 Ho Man Tin Hill Road
Kowloon Tong

Ref#: 115516

  4 Bedrooms
  3 Bathrooms
Updated on: 24-Sep-2019
Rental:
HK$76,000
For rent
HK$76,000
SA: 1,490
SA 1,490 GA: 2,008
GA 2,008
One Beacon Hill
Kowloon Tong

Ref#: 116310

  3 Bedrooms
  2 Bathrooms
Updated on: 16-Oct-2019
Rental:
HK$53,000
For rent
HK$53,000
SA: 1,029
SA 1,029 GA: 1,391
GA 1,391
Albion Gardens
Kowloon Tong

Ref#: 116075

  3 Bedrooms
  2 Bathrooms
Updated on: 27-Aug-2019
Rental:
HK$63,000
For rent
HK$63,000
SA: 1,933
SA 1,933 GA: 2,125
GA 2,125

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