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Penfold Park

Penfold Park is a public park managed by the Hong Kong Jockey Club in Sha Tin, Hong Kong. It is named after Major-General Bernard Penfold, the first general manager of the Jockey Club who was in office from 1972 to 1979. The park is located in th ...

                                               

Private housing estates in Sha Tin District

Man Lai Court 文禮閣 is a private housing estate in Tai Wai, near the waterfront of Shing Mun River and Tai Wai Station, which is the interchange station between the East Rail Line and Ma On Shan Line of the MTR metro system. Formerly the Tai Wai ...

                                               

Racecourse station (MTR)

Racecourse is a station on the East Rail Line of Hong Kong. It was opened in 1985 and is only used on race days and special days held in the Sha Tin Racecourse. There are single journey tickets to the station available separately. It is located b ...

                                               

Royal Park Hotel

The Royal Park Hotel, established in 1989, is one of the largest hotels in Sha Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong. Owned by Sun Hung Kai Properties, the hotel belongs to Phase 2 development of New Town Plaza, the largest shopping mall in the distric ...

                                               

Sha Kok Estate

                                               

Sha Tin New Town

Sha Tin New Town is one of the new towns in Hong Kong. It is within the Sha Tin District, which covers the areas of Sha Tin, Tai Wai, Fo Tan, Tai Shui Hang, Ma On Shan. The Shing Mun River runs through the middle of the town. Development was star ...

                                               

Sha Tin Road

Sha Tin Road, opened in November 1984, is a dual-2 lane expressway in Hong Kong. It links Lion Rock Tunnel Road and Tai Po Road - Sha Tin, forming a part of Route 1. This 3.4 km road is mostly elevated, running at the foothills on the eastern ban ...

                                               

Shing Mun River

The original Shing Mun River began at Needle Hill, and flowed into the former Tide Cove Sha Tin Hoi, a shallow bay. In the 1970s, Tide Cove was reclaimed and turned to Sha Tin New Town. The river was extended through a 7 km long, 200 m wide artif ...

                                               

Siu Lek Yuen

Siu Lek Yuen is an area in Sha Tin District, New Territories East. Located to the east of Yuen Chau Kok, the area is surrounded on three sides by the Ma On Shan Country Park. Nowadays it is a residential area.

                                               

Siu Lek Yuen Nullah

                                               

Tates Cairn Highway

Tates Cairn Highway, opened on June 26, 1991, is a dual-3 lane expressway in Hong Kong. It links Tates Cairn Tunnel and Ma Liu Shui Interchange, forming a part of Route 2. From the Ma Liu Shui Interchange, where it connects with Route 9, the high ...

                                               

Wo Che

Wo Che is an area in Sha Tin of Hong Kong. South of Fo Tan and north of proper Sha Tin, it is divided into Sheung Wo Che and Ha Wo Che, and the reclamation by Shing Mun River. The hilly area above the villages of Wo Che is often considered to the ...

                                               

Fa Hui Park

Fa Hui Park is a park located north of Boundary Street, in Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It occupies 3.19 hectares. It is one of the sites where a Lunar New Year Fair is held every year. There is a 1.100 square metres 12.000 sq ft community garde ...

                                               

Lai Chi Kok

Lai Chi Kok is a neighborhood in New Kowloon, Hong Kong, east of Kwai Chung and west of Cheung Sha Wan. Mei Foo Sun Chuen is the largest housing estate in the area and also the largest in the HKSAR with 99 blocks. Administratively, it belongs to ...

                                               

Lei Cheng Uk

Lei Cheng Uk was a group for villages of families of Lei/Lee/Li and Cheng. The villages were demolished for building a public housing estate, Lei Cheng Uk Estate. At the beginning of the construction, a Han tomb was found there and named as "Lei ...

                                               

Nomads R.F.C.

Nomads R.F.C. are a Hong Kong rugby union club, who play in G4S League Divisions 2.5 and 7 and are based in the Tai Hang Tung area in New Kowloon. Between 2008/09 the club has won over 6 different league and 7s trophies.

                                               

Sham Shui Po SA

Sham Shui Po Sports Association is the Hong Kong district sports association of Sham Shui Po District which currently competes in the Hong Kong First Division. They once competed in the top-tier Hong Kong First Division during the 2011–12 season, ...

                                               

St. Margarets Co-educational English Secondary and Primary School

St. Margarets Co-educational English Secondary and Primary School is a co-educational secondary and primary school in Hong Kong. It was established by the St. Margarets Educational Organization, a Catholic religious-teaching educational organizat ...

                                               

Stonecutters Island

Stonecutters Island or Ngong Shuen Chau is a former island in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. Following land reclamation, it is now attached to the Kowloon Peninsula.

                                               

Aberdeen, Hong Kong

Aberdeen is an area and town on southwest Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of the Southern District. While the name "Aberdeen" could be taken in a broad sense to encompass the areas of Aberdeen, Wong Chuk Hang, Ap Lei C ...

                                               

Ap Lei Chau

Ap Lei Chau or Aberdeen Island is an island of Hong Kong, located off Hong Kong Island next to Aberdeen Harbour and Aberdeen Channel. It has an area of 1.30 square kilometres. Administratively, it is part of the Southern District. Ap Lei Chau is ...

                                               

Big Wave Bay, Hong Kong Island

For other places with the same name in Hong Kong, see Big Wave Bay disambiguation. Big Wave Bay or Tai Long Wan is a bay in the Southern District of Hong Kong. It is located on the eastern coast of Hong Kong Island, south of Cape Collinson and no ...

                                               

Chung Hom Kok Peninsula

                                               

Deep Water Bay

Deep Water Bay is a bay and residential area on the southern shore of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The bay is surrounded by Shouson Hill, Brick Hill, Violet Hill and Middle Island. As per Forbes, with 19 of the citys richest billionaires, it is ...

                                               

Kau Pei Chau

Kau Pei Chau is an uninhabited islet located off the coast of Hong Kong Island, about 50 metres off the tip of Cape DAguilar. Administratively, it is part of Southern District. Kau Pei Chau has a length of 1.34 kilometres. It is located directly ...

                                               

Kellett Bay

Kellett Bay, or Kai Lung Wan is a bay on southwestern Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. The hill above the bay was a Chinese public cemetery with Victoria Road linking with the northwestern side of the island. In 1960s, the cemetery was replaced by ...

                                               

Magazine Island

Magazine Island, originally known as One Tree Island is an island of Hong Kong, located off the southwest coast of Hong Kong Island, and off the northwestern tip of Ap Lei Chau. Administratively, it is part of Southern District.

                                               

Middle Bay (Hong Kong)

Middle Bay is a small bay in Southern District, Hong Kong Island, between Repulse Bay and South Bay. Middle Bay Beach is located there. It is a gazetted beach with lifeguards provided by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department in the daytime ...

                                               

Middle Island, Hong Kong

Not to be confused with Centre Island, Hong Kong. Middle Island is an island of Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of Southern District.

                                               

Pok Fu Lam

Pok Fu Lam or Pokfulam is a residential area on Hong Kong Island, at the western end of the Southern District. It is a valley between Victoria Peak and Mount Kellett, around Telegraph Bay. Pok Fu Lam can claim several firsts in the history of Hon ...

                                               

Sandy Bay, Hong Kong

Sandy Bay is a bay located in Pokfulam and south of Mount Davis, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Sandy Bay is home to numerous facilities including Kennedy School, West Island School, the University of Hong Kong Stanley Ho Sports Centre, numerous ho ...

                                               

Shek O

Shek O is an area of the south-eastern part of Hong Kong Island, in Hong Kong. It can refers to Shek O village or Shek O Peninsula or Shek O Headland. Administratively, they are part of Southern District. The scenery of Shek O is the setting of n ...

                                               

Stanley Bay, Hong Kong

                                               

Stanley Peninsula

Stanley Peninsula, formerly known as Tai Tam Peninsula, is a peninsula of southern Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. Located between Tai Tam Harbour and Stanley Bay, it joins north to Hong Kong Island at the town of Stanley and ends to the south at ...

                                               

Tai Tam

Tai Tam or Tytam is an area in Southern District on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Tai Tam means a big pool in the Chinese language which illustrates a triangular bay, namely Tai Tam Bay between Stanley Peninsula, DAguilar Peak and Tai Tam Tuk. The ...

                                               

Telegraph Bay

Telegraph Bay or Kong Sin Wan, formerly known as Tai Hau Wan, is a bay in the west shore near Pok Fu Lam, between Sandy Bay and Waterfall Bay on the Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It is where the Cyberport is located.

                                               

Tin Wan

Tin Wan is an area at the south of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. It is at the west of Aberdeen and the east of Kellett Bay and Wah Fu Estate.

                                               

Wah Fu

Wah Fu is an area located in Southern District, on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Wah Fu mainly consists of the public housing estates, Wah Fu Estate and Wah Kwai Estate. They were built near Waterfall Bay 瀑布灣 and Kellett Bay 雞籠灣. The area al ...

                                               

Waterfall Bay, Hong Kong

Waterfall Bay is a bay in Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Located on the East Lamma Channel off the coast of Wah Fu Estate and Cyberport at Telegraph Bay, it is named after the waterfall that flows into it. The fresh water from this wate ...

                                               

Wong Chuk Hang

Wong Chuk Hang or Staunton Creek is an industrial and residential area in the Southern District of Hong Kong Island, in Hong Kong. It is east of Aberdeen, north of Nam Long Shan, and west of Shouson Hill.

                                               

Breaker Reef

Breaker Reef is an uninhabited island of Hong Kong under the administration of Tai Po District, New Territories. It is located in Mirs Bay to the southwest of Shek Ngau Chau.

                                               

Chau Tsai Kok

Chau Tsai Kok is a small uninhabited island off the island of Tap Mun in the northeastern New Territories of Hong Kong, opposite to the village of Tap Mun. It is under the administration of Tai Po District.

                                               

Chek Keng

Chek Keng is an area and village of Hong Kong. Located within Sai Kung East Country Park, on the northern coast of Sai Kung Peninsula and facing Long Harbour, it is administratively part of Tai Po District.

                                               

Elegance Garden

                                               

Fan Sin Temple

Fan Sin Temple, alias "Fan Sin Kung" or "Fan Sin Miu", is a temple in Hong Kong, located in Sheung Wun Yiu, Tai Po. It was declared a monument on 30 December 1999. Fan Sin Temple is the main temple of the villages of the Sheung Wun Yiu and Ha Wun ...

                                               

Fung Mei Wai

In 2013, the Lands Departments Geographical Place Names Board recommended changing the name of the village. The proposal followed a letter from a Tai Po Fung Yuen village representative, who complained that Kau Shi Wai 狗屎圍 was indecent and cou ...

                                               

Hong Lok Yuen

Hong Lok Yuen is a low-density luxury residential housing estate in Tai Po District, New Territories, Hong Kong, located near Cloudy Hill.

                                               

Kei Ling Ha

Kei Ling Ha is an area on the Sai Kung Peninsula, in eastern New Territories of Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of Tai Po District. It is a very good place for countryside visits, picnicking and bird watching. Kei Ling Ha Lo Wai 企嶺下老 ...

                                               

Ko Lau Wan

Ko Lau Wan is a remote village of Sai Kung Peninsula, Hong Kong, within the Sai Kung East Country Park. Administratively, it is under the jurisdiction of Tai Po District.

                                               

Lam Tsuen wishing trees

The Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees are a popular shrine in Hong Kong located near the Tin Hau Temple in Fong Ma Po Village, Lam Tsuen. The temple was built around 1768 or 1771, during the reign of the Qianlong Emperor in the Qing dynasty. The two banyan ...

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