A taxi driver tying a man in wheelchair inside of a DiamondCab taxi. 一名的士司機於「鑽的」的士上爲一名輪椅人士緊綁輪椅。

A man helping an elderly into a DiamondCab taxi. 一個男人幫助一位老人家搭乘 「鑽的」的士。

Diamond Cab (HK) Ltd. is the first ever social enterprise in Hong Kong offering point-to-point transportation services for wheelchair users. We have 5 barrier-free cabs that allow wheelchair users to board directly and provides a legal and safe transportation means for wheelchair users and their carers. 

Up to June 2023, we have successfully completed over 190,000 barrier-free trips.


Address: G/F, 115 Tai Nan Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon

24-hr Booking Hotline: (852) 2760 8771

General Enquiry Hotline: (852) 2521 1628

Fax: (852) 3020 6303

Email: [email protected]

A taxi driver driving DiamondCab Taxi. 一名的士司機駕駛着「鑽的」的士。

190, 000+

Barrier-Free Rides 

A photo of an elderly in a wheelchair and one woman feeding her, with a happy face and a good hand sign

“Diamond Cab Community Ride” is a program that helps donors match small and medium-sized elderly homes or social service organizations. For just HKD $2,500, donors can support an elderly home or social service organization for two consecutive months. The program arranges grassroot elders to take accessible transportation to their follow-up medical appointments.

The benefiting elderly homes or social service organizations are required to submit transportation expenses for auditing purposes. Since September 2020, the “Diamond Cab Community Ride” program has benefited areas throughout Hong Kong Island, Kowloon, and the New Territories.

“Brilliant Life with Diamond Cab” is the slogan of Diamond Cab. Transporting wheelchair-bound passengers with barrier-free taxis is only the first step in improving their accessibility. We aspire to continuously innovate and upgrade their living quality, and change the aging culture.

Diamond Leisure now operates two to three times per month, and we have also recruited younger retirees to become Diamond Leisure Officers. They will plan tours around Hong Kong for the elders.

Diamond Leisure luncheon photo