Kwun Tong North refers to the area north of Kwun Tong Road, mainly comprising residential buildings with a population of over 150,000 people. The Kwun Tong district has long faced traffic congestion issues, and Kwun Tong North, in particular, lacks a well-developed transportation network.
The government plans to address this by adding the East Kowloon Line, a new railway line running through the northern part of Kwun Tong, passing through areas like Shun Lee, Sau Mau Ping, Po Tat, aiming to improve local transportation and accommodate future developments in the area.
The government is actively studying the addition of community facilities in the area, including recreational spaces, clinics, and community centers, to meet the increasing demands of the growing population.
Kwun Tong North is primarily characterized by estate shopping malls and local shops for daily necessities. For a broader shopping experience, residents can visit Kwun Tong Town Centre, offering a variety of consumer choices. In terms of transportation, most residents of Kwun Tong North rely on buses or minibusses to reach Kwun Tong Station for MTR connections.
The majority of residential buildings in the area are concentrated on the hillsides, offering lush green views. Private residences in this area include Fu Wah Court, Good View Court, Hipway Towers, and Hong Ning Court. Several bus and minibus routes nearby provide convenient transportation to the city center. Additionally, there are public housing estates like Hiu Lai Court and Shun Chi Court in the vicinity.