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Shing Mun (Chinese: 城門) is an area between Tsuen Wan and Sha Tin in the New Territories of Hong Kong. It used to be, as suggested by its Chinese characters, a gate between the two areas separated by a range of hills. The Shing Mun Valley carries water to Shing Mun River. Before the construction of Shing Mun Reservoir, there were several villages near the valley. Some of these villages were later relocated near the Tsuen Wan entrance of Shing Mun Tunnel.
Because there were many major constructions and geography features in the area, Shing Mun may mean one of the following by context:
- Shing Mun Tunnel
- Shing Mun Country Park, which contains the Shing Mun Reservoir
- Shing Mun River
- Shing Mun Redoubt, which housed command HQ for the Gin Drinkers Line
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