Kai Tak Cruise Terminal (KTCT) is an important tourism infrastructure project and is key to developing Hong Kong into a regional cruise hub in Asia and enhancing our city’s position as a prime tourist destination.
Situated on a site of 7.6 ha at the southern end of the former runway at the Kai Tak Development, the KTCT offers a vision for Hong Kong's future as a water gateway to the city, as well as being a symbol of its dynamic and innovative character.
09:50 am – Gather at taxi stand (outside Exit Hall) on G/F of the Cruise Terminal Building
10:00 am – Site Walk
[As the visit will route through the restricted areas in the KTCT, temporary permits for visitors are required. Successful participants would be requested to provide their full names and I.D. card numbers (letter + first four digits) for permit application. The scheduled time and route may change to suit actual site conditions on the date of the visit.]
During the visit, the speaker will give a brief outline on the building design and special features of this iconic building, as well as the challenges it faces since the opening of its First Berth in June 2013.