I still have the approach charts for Kai Tak and N949WP is correct.
Chart 11-3 IGS
The system uses ILS components but is offset from the landing direction by 47 degrees. Pilots on final approach on the IGS must therefore make a visual RIGHT turn to line up with the runway after reaching the decision height. During the visual portion, it is imperative that the correct visual cue with the surface is carefully maintained, making reference to aeronautical ground lights where appropriate.
In view of the local terrain and the IGS being offset from the runway, operators intending to use the IGS must ensure, for flight safety reasons, that their pilots are fully conversant with, and have adequate practice in, published procedures.
Now the inbound course was 088 degrees and the MDA was 675' @ the MM or 2.2D and the missed approach is:
Continue on the IGS LOC, climbing to 4500'; at the MM or 2.2D, turn RIGHT to intercept and establish inbound on TH VOR R-316(136) and join the hold at TH.
WARNING: Continued flight on the IGS system flight path after passing the MM will result in loss of terrain. (You're flying right at the Checkerboard)
If you continue straight ahead there is a mountain about 2miles from the MM and has a 1975' spot height.
WARNING: Missed approach is mandatory by the MM if visual flight is not achieved by this point. In carrying out the missed approach procedure, the right turn must be made at the MM as an early or late turn will result in loss of terrain clearance. (early will result in you heading for Hong Kong Island with spot heights of 1787' and 1929').
P1 in A330, A340, A346, B742, B744, B748.