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Kai Tak Nullah (Kai Tak River)  
Kai Tak, Kowloon City

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The Kai Tak Nullah is about 2.4 km in length. It flows from Po Kong Village Road along Choi Hung Road, passing Tung Tau Estate and San Po Kong, into the Kai Tak Development Area before discharging into the Victoria Harbour. The nullah is one of the major flood relief drainage channels in East Kowloon area. It is revitalised with various greening and ecological elements, including roadside planters and artificial rock planters, and is renamed as “Kai Tak River”. It has become a green river corridor in the district, and bringing a taste of greenery among the high-rise buildings in its surrounding.

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