Kwun Tong Pier is a ferry pier situated on Hoi Yuen Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. The pier was originally situated at Ngau Tau Kok called "Ngau Tau Kok Ferry Pier", but during the 1960s, due to reclamation work, the pier was moved to Kwun Tong. The pier complex consists of three piers: a passenger ferry pier, a car ferry pier and a public pier.
The passenger ferry pier used to provide services to both Shau Kei Wan and North Point, but after the Shau Kei Wan service was terminated, its half of the ferry pier was converted into a supermarket. As business declined it also closed. Today it is no longer occupied.
Kwun Tong Pier used to be one of the major piers used by Hongkong and Yaumati Ferry. It provided regular car ferry and passenger ferry services to Central, North Point and Shau Kei Wan. But with the opening of the MTR and the Eastern Harbour Tunnel, both the car and passenger numbers dwindled and the ferry services were terminated. But ferry services between Kwun Tong, North Point and Mui Wo
are still operated by Hongkong and Yaumati Ferry, as vehicles with dangerous goods are not allowed to use any one of the cross harbour tunnels. Today, Fortune Ferry still provide a regular service between Kwun Tong and North Point every half hour. Foot passenger fare HK$5, bicycles $5.5. Journey time approximately 15 minutes.