Central Ferry Piers, Hong Kong

"Central Piers" redirects here. For other uses, see Central Pier (disambiguation).
View of the Central Ferry Piers in 2010
Central Ferry Piers Clock Tower
Pier 2: to Park Island.
Pier 7: Star Ferry to Tsim Sha Tsui: One of the "finger piers" of Cental Piers
former Pier 8: Hong Kong Maritime Museum
Pier 9: Public Pier

The Central Ferry Piers (Chinese: 中環碼頭) are situated on the northeast part of Central, Hong Kong Island. The ferries mostly depart to Outlying Islands in the New Territories, with the exception of Pier 1 serving as a government pier, and ferries from Pier 7 going to Kowloon.

Ferry services

The destinations or uses of the piers are as follows:

Star Ferry Pier, Central is a "movable name", which now refers to the "fourth generation" Star Ferry pier, aka Pier 7 in Central.

Former piers


In 2011, after the closure of its flagship store in Pedder Building in October 2011, due to rising rent,[2] Shanghai Tang set up several project units to continue its presence in Central, namely “A New Journey as a Nomad of Central,” in a series of Mongolian gers, imported from Mongolia, on the roof of Pier 1 from 4 November to 31 December 2011.[3]

See also


  1. 1 2 "New World First Ferry Services Limited". Nwff.com.hk. Retrieved 2015-10-24.
  2. Stockdill, Robert (10 October 2011). "Shanghai Tang flagship to close". Inside Retail. Retrieved 2 June 2012.
  3. "Shanghai Tang Flagship Store Closes and Reopens in Mongolian Gers" 2point6billion.com. 8 October 2011. Retrieved 2012-06-02
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Coordinates: 22°17′14″N 114°09′33″E / 22.28722°N 114.15917°E / 22.28722; 114.15917

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