[T Park] Nim Wan Road, Tsang Tsui, Tuen Mun Detail


Hong Kong Wetland Park Wetland Park Road, Tin Shui Wai, New Territories Detail


Ching Chung Koon Tsing Chung Path, Tsing Chung Koon Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories Detail


Lau Fau Shan Lau Fau Shan Detail


Tuen Mun Park Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road, Tuen Mun Detail


Golden Beach 18 1/2 milestone, Castle Peak Road Detail


[T Park]

Address :Nim Wan Road, Tsang Tsui, Tuen Mun
Tel :2910 9700
How to get there :Shuttle bus service from V city to T PARK (By reservation only)

Description :
T · PARK is a futuristic waste treatment facility that fires up Hong Kong’s “waste-to-energy” and resource recovery ambitions. It offers the best alternative solution for sludge disposal and sets the pace for a more sustainable Hong Kong


Hong Kong Wetland Park

Address :Wetland Park Road, Tin Shui Wai, New Territories
Tel :3152 2666
How to get there :At West Rail Tin Shui Wai Station, change to LRT 705 / 706, to Tin Sau Station (via pedestrian tunnel) or Wetland Park Station (via pedestrian bridge) to the Park.

Description :
Hong Kong Wetland Park is a world-class ecotourism park that’s a fantastic spot for people to enjoy some of Hong Kong’s unique flora and fauna. But it also plays an even more important role, working to help conserve a vital ecosystem as well as educate the public about environmental protection and wetland conservation.


Ching Chung Koon

Address :Tsing Chung Path, Tsing Chung Koon Road, Tuen Mun, New Territories
Tel :2462 1507
How to get there :MTR Siu Hong Station, then take a taxi; or take Light Rail 505 to Ching Chung Station.

Description :
Lü Dongbin, one of the Eight Immortals of Taoism, once likened a righteous person to an evergreen pine tree, which the Chinese call ‘ching chung’. It’s from this metaphor that Ching Chung, a temple complex of the Dragon Gate sect of the Quanzhen School of Taoism, got its name.


Lau Fau Shan

Address :Lau Fau Shan
How to get there :Take MTR from Tuen Mun to Tin Shui Wai Exit B and change the following transport: Bus: K65 Minibus: 34專線小巴, 33專線小巴, 35專線小巴, 34A專線小巴

Description :
Lau Fau Shan (Chinese: 流浮山 literally 'Floating mountain') is an area in the New Territories of Hong Kong. It is at the shore of Deep Bay, near Tin Shui Wai and facing Shekou in Shenzhen, China. It is traditionally famous for fresh oysters. About 100 tons were harvested every year, some for consumption in Hong Kong restaurants and some for export to neighboring countries. 


Tuen Mun Park

Address :Tuen Mun Heung Sze Wui Road, Tuen Mun
Tel :2451 1144
How to get there :10 minutes walk from V city

Description :
The Tuen Mun Park, covering a total area of about 12.5 hectares, is the first major park in the New Territories that provides a wide range of facilities. It consists of 3 phases, Phase I was open to the public in August 1985, Phase II in August 1988 and Phase III in February 1991. The park is situated in the town centre of Tuen Mun District and in the vicinity of Tuen Mun Town Hall, Tuen Mun Public Library and Tuen Mun Station of the MTR West Rail Line.


Golden Beach

Address :18 1/2 milestone, Castle Peak Road
Tel :2618 8412
How to get there :Bus: 52X

Description :
Golden Beach is located at the 18.5 km milestone of Castle Peak Road, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong. It is adjacent to the Cafeteria New Beach.
Golden Beach is the largest public beach in Tuen Mun with a total area of 78,500 m² and a length of 545 metres. It is the first artificial beach in Hong Kong. It is classified as a Grade 2 beach, meaning that the water quality is fair. Tropical trees, like coconut, and flowers of various species are planted on both sides of a 480-metre long promenade running parallel to the beach. Refreshment kiosks, a hotel and a shopping mall are to be found adjacent to the beach.
Golden Beach is unique amongst the beaches of Hong Kong in that it has a volleyball court. The Hong Kong Beach Volleyball Team occasionally practises on Golden Beach.