Hong Kong Gold Coast

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Hong Kong Gold Coast
Traditional Chinese香港黃金海岸
Simplified Chinese香港黄金海岸
Gold Coast Dolphin Square in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Gold Coast Shopping Mall
Tower 1 to 5 of Hong Kong Gold Coast

Hong Kong Gold Coast (Chinese: 香港黃金海岸) is a private housing estate served by Castle Peak Road, near Castle Peak Bay, in So Kwun Wat, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong. Developed by Sino Group,[1] it includes 20 residential buildings completed in two phases (in 1990 and 1993 respectively), a resort hotel, a shopping mall, a yacht and country club, a marina and a beach.[2][3][4]


The site of approximately 100 acres was purchased by Sino in the early 1980s. The first residential phase, comprising five 28-storey blocks, was completed in 1990.[5] The hotel opened in 1993.

The Environmental Protection Department fined Sino Estate Management several times for causing pollution, as the sewage treatment plant at Gold Coast was too small and could not treat the sewage generated to the required standard. The company received a fine of $15 million in March 1993, $5,000 in early 1994, and two fines of $100,000 in 1995.[6][7]


Hong Kong Gold Coast is the largest tourist resort in Tuen Mun. Its facilities include the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel, a convention centre, a shopping mall, a marina club, the Golden Beach and the newly constructed Hong Kong Gold Coast Dolphin Square.

The Golden Beach is the largest public beach in Tuen Mun and the first artificial beach in Hong Kong. Tropical trees, like coconut, and flowers of various species are planted on both sides of a 480-metre long promenade running parallel to it.


Take MTR bus route No. K51 at Siu Hong Station (West Rail Line), or K53 at Tuen Mun Station (West Rail Line), or KMB route No. 52X, 53, 61M, 252B, 261B or 962, or minibus running between Jordan and Yuen Long.


  1. ^ Multinational companies attracted to Hong Kong Gold Coast Residences, contributes to 30% plus rise in rentals Special Mid-Autumn offer for 1,138 sq ft three-room units
  2. ^ Gold Coast Hotel
  3. ^ Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel
  4. ^ Hong Kong Gold Coast
  5. ^ Porter, Barry (9 December 1992). "Plush Gold Coast clubs set to open". South China Morning Post.
  6. ^ Young, Patricia (23 February 1995). "$100,000 fine for top resort". South China Morning Post. p. 3.
  7. ^ Young, Patricia (20 July 1995). "Industry plays by rules but pollution still worsening". South China Morning Post. p. 6.

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Coordinates: 22°22′16″N 113°59′31″E / 22.371°N 113.992°E / 22.371; 113.992