• Kwu Tung

  • San Tin

  • Ngau Tam Mei

  • Au Tau

  • Kam Sheung Road

Ngau Tam Mei Station

As one of the intermediate stations on Northern Link, the proposed Ngau Tam Mei Station will serve communities near the future station.


Station design

Planning and design works for Ngau Tam Mei Station, including preliminary design, feasibility studies, ground investigation, etc., are underway. Stay tuned for updates!

Station location

According to the preliminary planning, the proposed Ngau Tam Mei Station is adjacent to residential areas and green belt areas. The exact location of the station is currently being planned.

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*All drawings and visuals are provided for concept illustration only. The content is subject to change as the planning and design works are still in progress.

Connecting past, present and future

Ngau Tam Mei consists of several indigenous and non-indigenous villages. Yau Tam Mei Village is the largest village among them, with a well preserved rural landscape, customs and cultures of the past. You will surely experience the splendour of the village when you are there!

Origin of the name

Ngau Tam Mei is located in the eastern suburb of San Tin, Yuen Long. It is also called "Yau Tam Mei" after the nearby Yau Tam Mei Village. When the villagers built the village primary school, they changed the character in the school's name from "Ngau Tam Mei" to "Yau Tam Mei" to make the school's name more elegant. The village's name was also changed accordingly thereafter.


Yau Tam Mei Village

Residents have settled in this major village in Ngau Tam Mei since 1905. In order to encourage public awareness and understanding of this rural community, the "Art Village" community building project was launched in recent years, which includes guided tours for the public and thematic graffiti walls, etc., allowing people to learn more about the stories and history of the village.


China Bible Seminary

Founded by the priest Ruth M. Brittan in 1930 in Jiangwan town of Hongkou District, Shanghai. It later ceased operation and the school reopened in Hong Kong in 1964. The Ngau Tam Mei campus was commissioned in 2014, providing full-time ministry, pastoral education and biblical studies courses.