Tsuen Wan Park

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Tsuen Wan Park
荃灣公園
Tsuen Wan Park Phase 1 201106.jpg
Tsuen Wan Park Phase 1 Waterfall in 2011
TypePublic park
LocationTsuen Wan New Town
Area6.9 hectares
OpenedOctober 1998
Operated byLeisure and Cultural Services Department
OpenYear round
Public transit accessTsuen Wan West Station
Tsuen Wan Park crossed by the elevated Tsuen Wan Road, viewed from Nina Tower.

Tsuen Wan Park (Chinese: 荃灣公園) is a park in Hong Kong. It is located in Wing Shun Street/ Yeung Uk Road near Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier in Tsuen Wan, New Territories. The park was opened to the public in 30 October 1998. It is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong government.

The park opens from 6:30 (6:30 am) to 23:00 (11:00 pm) daily.

Features[edit]

The park occupies about 4 hectares (9.9 acres). Since it is located at the coastal area, the maritime theme was adopted in designing the project and forms an integral part of the park. The park consists of a gateball court, four tennis courts, an amphitheatre, children play and cycling areas, fitness station, artificial lake and fountains as well as landscaped garden.

The park has a waterfront promenade along the Rambler Channel. The Tsuen Wan Pier is located here. The promenade continues to the north (beyond the park boundary) to Chai Wan Kok, and to the south to the Tsuen Wan Riviera Park, which opened before Tsuen Wan Park.

The four-storey Tsuen Wan Sports Centre opened at the park in October 2018. The complex contains a 1,900-seat main arena, a secondary hall with capacity for 200 people, a children's playroom, a fitness room, an outdoor climbing wall, a table tennis room, dance rooms, and multi-purpose rooms.[1][2]

Transportation[edit]

Tsuen Wan West railway station is adjacent to the park. The following bus routes can also be used to reach the park:

KMB Citybus Green Minibus
31, 32B, 33A, 34, 36, 38A, 39A, 40, 41M, 41P, 42M, 43, 43B, 43X, 49X, 51, 53, 64M, 73X, 234A, 234B, 238M, 238X, 251M, 278X, 243M, 263M 930 95S, 95, 96, 97, 99, 141

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CS visits Tsuen Wan District". Hong Kong Government. 26 March 2018.
  2. ^ "CE officiates at Tsuen Wan Sports Centre opening ceremony (with photos)". Hong Kong Government. 18 January 2019.

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Coordinates: 22°22′02″N 114°06′46″E / 22.3671°N 114.1127°E / 22.3671; 114.1127