Green Features of Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Green features in relation to conservation of energy and adoption of renewable energy include:

  • The Cruise Terminal Building utilizes the Kai Tak District Cooling System (DCS) as its main chilled water circulation system. There are DCS sub-stations in the terminal to cater for the air-conditioning required for the terminal operation facilities and commercial area.
  • The carriageway on the ground and first floors are naturally ventilated, with wind flows assisted by ceiling mounted extraction fans along the boundary.
  • The main heating plant for the air-conditioning is provided by water-to-water heat pumps in energy efficient manner.
  • Solar panels and photovoltaic panels for renewable energy sources.
  • Rainwater and A/C condensate water recycling assist in reducing the potable water demand for irrigation.
  • Landscape roof decks to minimize the heat island effect.
  • Curved building facades with triangular-shaped low-e double glazing, maximizing view while optimizing the heat gain.
  • A number of atria and large skylights to draw natural light to the building.
  • A portion of external lighting at the roof garden area is provided by solar energized lighting system.
  • Kai Tak Cruise Terminal has been awarded a Provisional BEAM Plus Platinum rating (a comprehensive environmental assessment scheme for buildings recognized by the HKGBC, Hong
    Kong Green Building Council).

* Please contact LCSD for further information on the rooftop garden, and contact the Architectural Services Department for more detailed information about the building features.

Kai Tak Roof Top Garden

Kai Tak roof Top Garden 2

Kai Tak Roof Top Garden 3