Man in Nature created by Kan Tai-keung, one of the permanent displays of Yat Tung Artwalk.
Yat Tung Estate (Chinese: 逸東邨) is located in Tung Chung. It is divided into 'Yat Tung (I) Estate' (Chinese: 逸東(一)邨), completed in 2001 and comprising 13 blocks of Concord 1 and Harmony 1 types, and 'Yat Tung (II) Estate' (Chinese: 逸東(二)邨), completed in 2004 - 2005 and comprising 12 blocks of Harmony 1 and NCB types.
Residents of Yat Tung Estate have appealed to the government to extend the Tung Chung Line to Yat Tung to ease their transportation problems. Yat Tung Estate currently has 40,000 residents. They claimed that when they moved in 11 years ago, the Housing Bureau's documents indicated a MTR station at the estate. The residents currently have to take a 10 minute bus journey to Tung Chung Station.
The proposed Tung Chung West Station, of which there is no timetable for construction, would be located adjacent to Yat Tung Estate.
The Hong Kong Housing Authority established the Tung Chung Artwalk (Chinese: 東涌藝術徑) at Yat Tung Estate, so as to promote public art at public housing estates. It is the first public housing estate to have a large public art scheme launched by the Hong Kong Housing Authority. Sixteen works of art selected from 316 outstanding submissions for the competition "New Face of Heritage" were firstly displayed in the estate in 2002 while another 10 artworks were added in 2006.
Lung Hin Court (Chinese: 龍軒苑) is a Home Ownership Scheme court in Tai O. It is located in on the reclaimed land in east Tai O, next to Lung Tin Estate. The court is the Phase 2 development of Lung Tin Estate. It was originally planned for rehousing people affected by the Tai O development, but it was transferred to HOS units in 1999 since the clearance[disambiguation needed] scale was largely reduced.