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Kowloon Funeral Parlour Information
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Kowloon Funeral Parlour Information

Kowloon Funeral Parlour is located in Tai Kok Tsui and started services since 1958, which was the first funeral parlour in Kowloon.

The 3-storey KFP provides 16 parlours. Three large halls on the G/F can accommodate 160-320 people. Halls 201-208 on the 2/F provide various sizes of venues, generally for performing Buddhist or Taoist rituals, where some of the halls can be merged to accommodate more guests when necessary. The 3/F has been set aside as a Quiet Zone with five chapels, only used for Christian or Catholic rituals, which are the first and only funeral chapels in Hong Kong.

Kowloon Funeral Parlour is near to Prince Edward and Nam Cheong Stations. It takes about a 12 - 15 minute walk. KFP also offers shuttle bus service to Prince Edward Station from 6:00pm to 21:30pm, 30 minutes per departure. In addition, there are shopping malls and public car parks in Metro Harbour View which is adjacent to the KFP, convenience for making getting utilities or parking.

We offer funeral wreath and flower basket series for Kowloon Funeral Parlour. Other than providing professional Kowloon Funeral Parlour delivery service, we can also arrange inquiry for the vigil / funeral information of the deceased.




Address: 1A Maple Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon

Kowloon Funeral Parlour Telephone: 6996 2992

Funeral Wreath Ordering Telephone: 2736 6670

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Kowloon Funeral Parlour Map

Kowloon Funeral Parlour Map
Kowloon Funeral Parlour How to reach by MTR

Interchange minibus 12S/46/70/70A at EXIT B2 of Prince Edward MTR Station; or
12 minutes walk from EXIT C2, Prince Edward Station

15 minutes walk from EXIT D1, Nam Cheong Station.

Kowloon Funeral Parlour Directions by Bus and Mini-bus
KMB 2E
Pak Tin Est. <> Kowloon City Ferry
via: Jordan, Hung Hom
KMB 18
Cheung Sha Wan <> Oi Man Est.
via: Mong Kok, Ho Man Tin
KMB 31B
Shek Lei <> Olympic Station
via: Cheung Sha Wan
KMB/NWFB 914
Hoi Lai Est. <> Causeway Bay
via: WHT, Central, Wanchai
mini-bus 3
Tsim Sha Tsui <> Cosmopolitan Estates
via: Austin Station, Yau Ma Tei
mini-bus 12B
Mong Kok East Station <> Metro Harbour View
via: Mong Kok Station
mini-bus 12S
Tai Kok Tsui <> Mong Kok East Station
via: Prince Edward Station
mini-bus 46
Richland Gardens <> Olympic Station
via: Kowloon City, Prince Edward Station
mini-bus 70 / 70A
Diamond Hill Station <> Olympic Station
via: Kowloon City, Prince Edward Station

More about Kowloon Funeral Parlour

Kowloon Funeral Parlour was established by Mr. Siu Ming, the founder of Hong Kong Funeral Parlour, in 1958. It was the first large-scale funeral parlour. The late movie star Bruce Lee's funeral was also held there.

In 2008, Kowloon Funeral Parlour underwent phased renovations. A number of modern equipment was added so as to enhance the quality of services. In 2009, the 3/F was even set aside as "Quiet Zone" equipped with wooden pews, electric organ, arched windows and audio-visual facilities, providing a serene atmosphere and condolence space for Christians, Catholics and people without religions, to conduct western-style funeral services or memorial services. It is the first funeral parlour in Hong Kong who sets up a chapel for funeral purposes.

Kowloon Funeral Parlour and the residential area in Tai Kok Tsui are just across the street, so for many years, there have been complaints from residents about the smell produced from incense burners and air pollution caused by ashes. In addition, the noise during the funeral rituals also constituted noise problem. In view of this, the District Council proposed an exchange for land in 2009 and relocated the parlour to Hung Hom. Later, those issues were left unsettled.


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