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Tourist Attractions

- Sightseeing in Sha Tin
- Attractions
- Museums
- Shopping
- Amusement Parks
- Convention & Exhibition Venues

Sightseeing in Sha Tin

Che Kung Temple at Sha Tin

Located at Tai Wai area of Sha Tin, the Che Kung Temple was re-constructed in 1994. People usually visit the temple to worship Che Kung, turn the fan-bladed wheel of fortune and beat the drum to ensure good luck within the year.

Take the MTR to MTR Che Kung Temple Station Exit A, follow the directional signs and walk for around 10 minutes.

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Shing Mun River

Take a scroll along the riverside and enjoy magnificent garden and city views, especially in the evening.

Around 5 minutes walk from the Hotel.

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Sha Tin Central Park

The lush eight-hectare park comprising six separate gardens and an eight-metre high waterfall is a popular recreational venue.

Around 5 minutes walk from the Hotel.

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Sha Tin Town Hall

The main cultural venue is a well designed complex with integrated facilities for people to enjoy cultural performance.

Around 5 minutes walk from the Hotel.

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City Art Square

Located next to Sha Tin Town Hall, City Art Square is a large-scale outdoor art plaza that combines international art and Olympic elements. While showcasing masterpieces by 19 notable local and international artists, City Art Square has now become a new cultural and tourist attraction in Hong Kong.

Around 5 minutes walk from the Hotel.

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Sha Tin Racecourse

Sha Tin Racecourse is one of the world's finest and well-equipped racecourses, where a variety of international races are held.

* Opens when races are held at Sha Tin Racecourse

Take the MTR to MTR Fo Tan Station, walk along Jubilee Garden and the bridge for around 10 minutes

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Attractions

Noah's Ark

As a full size replica of Noah’s Ark, the Ark aims to demonstrate traditional values and spread positive values through a wide variety of amenities offered at the site for locals and tourists, featuring attraction sites such as Ark Expo, Ark Garden, Ark Life Education House, Noah’s Adventureland and Treasure House. It also offers rental space for functions and events, including a theatre style set up hall, large size stadium and fully equipped function rooms.

Take the MTR to MTR Mong Kok East Station Exit D to Mong Kok Grand Century for the Noah's Ark Ark Express service.

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Ngong Ping 360 / Giant Buddha

This Journey of Enlightenment involves a stunning 5.7 metres cable car ride up the side of a mountain on Lantau Island to a culturally themed village next to the Giant Buddha and Po Lin Monastery. Measuring 34 metres high and weighing 220 tonnes, the Giant Buddha of the Po Lin Monastery is the world’s largest copper statue of a sitting Buddha and one of Hong Kong’s most famous tourist attractions. The nearby Ngong Ping Village also offers several themed attractions, shops and restaurants.

Ngong Ping 360 : Take the MTR to MTR Tung Chung Station Exit B, follow the directional signs and walk for around 5 minutes.
Giant Buddha : 5 minutes walk from Ngong Ping Village (adjacent to the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car Terminal).

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Hong Kong Wetland Park

Hong Kong Wetland Park demonstrates the diversity of the Hong Kong's wetland ecosystem and highlights the need to conserve them. Inside the Wetland Interactive World, visitors will find themed exhibition galleries, a theatre, & an indoor play area (swamp adventure), which showcase the importance of wetlands on biodiversity, civilization and conservation.

Take the MTR to MTR Tin Shui Wai Station, change to LRT 705 / 706 to Tin Sau Station (via pedestrian tunnel) or Wetland Park Station (via pedestrian bridge) to the Park.

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The Peak

Looking down from one of the most popular attractions - The Peak you'll be amazed by the spectacular view of the stunning city skyline, the world-famous Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, towering skyscrapers and peaceful green hillsides. The Peak Tower, one of the most stylish architectural icons in Hong Kong, is a one-stop entertainment venue having a dazzling array of restaurants and shops.

Take the MTR to MTR Central Station Exit J2, follow the directional signs and walk for around 10 minutes to the Peak Tram Lower Terminus. Change to Peak Tram to the Peak.

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Golden Bauhinia Square

One of Hong Kong's main tourist attractions is the Golden Bauhinia Square, where the ceremonies for Hong Kong’s handover in 1997 as well as the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region were held. A flag-raising ceremony is held every day at 8:00am.

Take the MTR to MTR Wan Chai Station Exit A5, follow the directional signs and walk for around 15 minutes.

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Museums

Hong Kong Heritage Museum

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum in Shatin is the most comprehensive museum where several exhibition halls feature various exhibitions covering a wide interest in history, arts and culture. Its architecture is patterned after the traditional 'Si He Yuan' style, which is a group of harmoniously-blended houses built around a courtyard.

Take the MTR to MTR Sha Tin Station Exit A, follow the directional signs and walk for around 10 minutes.

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Hong Kong Science Museum

Situated in the heart of Tsimshatsui and adjacent to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre and Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Science Museum is a museum for astronomy and space science, possessing one of the largest space theatres in the world with the implementation of the brand new digital projection system. With a unique egg-shaped dome, covering more than 8,000 square metres, the Hong Kong Science Museum is considered as one of the most famous landmarks in Hong Kong.

Take the MTR to MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit L6, follow the directional signs and walk for around 5 minutes.

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Hong Kong Museum of History

The museum covering a total of 17,500 square metres showcases Hong Kong's broad and dynamic history. Great efforts have been made in collecting, conserving, processing, studying and displaying cultural objects which are related to the archaeology, history, ethnography and natural history of Hong Kong and South China.

Take the MTR to MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit P2. Walk along the Chatham Road South for 10 minutes.

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Hong Kong Railway Museum

Located in the heart of Tai Po, the Hong Kong Railway Museum allows you to explore the history of the local railway transportation. The exhibits include the historic station building, six historical coaches, a narrow gauge steam locomotive and a diesel electric engine No. 51.

Take the MTR to MTR Tai Wo Station Exit A, walk towards Tai Wo Road and follow the directional signs for around 10 minutes.

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Madame Tussauds Hong Kong

Madame Tussauds Hong Kong is a celebrity waxworks museum that offers visitors an unprecedented hands-on multimedia experience. Featuring more than 100 incredible wax likenesses of stars, world leaders and sports heroes, the five totally interactive themed settings are spread over three floors within the completely refurbished Peak Tower complex. It's an amazing experience like no other!

Take the MTR to MTR Central Station Exit J2, follow the directional signs and walk for around 10 minutes to the Peak Tram Lower Terminus. Change to Peak Tram to the Peak.

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Shopping

New Town Plaza

New Town Plaza is the largest shopping complex in Shatin, offering a comprehensive range of shopping, recreational and entertainment facilities with over 400 shops and cinema.

Around 5 minutes walk from the Hotel.

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apm

apm, the innovative retail flagship shopping mall, has over 630,000 sq ft of retail area with over 170 shops. Retailers will stay open until midnight, restaurants to 2:00 am and entertainment spots till dawn. apm shoppers will find lots of surprises; the newest and trendiest entertainment and lifestyle any time of the day!


MTR Kwun Tong Station Exit A2 / 24-hour Cross Border Coach via Huang Gang

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Yuen Long Plaza

Yuen Long Plaza is located at the heart of Yuen Long and the largest shopping landmark composed of 100 shops in the region. It has a series of trendiest young branded fashion, sporty products and a wide array of restaurants providing different tasty cuisine like Japan, Taiwan, Vietnamese and Chinese dishes.

Take the MTR to MTR Long Ping Station Exit B2, around 10 minutes walk from the station.

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Tai Po Mega Mall

Tai Po Mega Mall, the largest shopping complex in the northeast New Territories proximity to Lo Wu station, offers its customers about 600,000 square feet of shopping premises, more than 150 well-known fashion and chic accessories brands, latest electric products, novelty and international cuisine.

Take the MTR to MTR Tai Po Market Station, change to shuttle bus no. K12 or K17 to the Mall.

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The Sun Arcade

The trendiest shopping complex in Tsim Sha Tsui with more than 20 shopping and dinning outlets and the largest DFS Galleria Flagship store, allowing you to experience a wide range of shopping delights on international famous brands.

Take the MTR to MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit L5, around 10 minutes walk from the station.

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MOKO

Conveniently located on top of the MTR Mong Kok East Station, MOKO offers a diverse mix of retailers and restaurants in its seven-storey mall with 720,000 square feet of floor area.

Take the MTR to MTR Mong Kok East Station Exit D, around 5 minutes walk from the station.

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Elements

Over one million square feet of pure shopping bliss, designed by world-renowned Benoy, subtly themed after the five Chinese elements, Elements is one-stop showground to shopping, leisure, dining, entertainment and culture combined.

Take the MTR to MTR Kowloon Station Exit B, around 5 minutes walk from the station.

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Harbour City

Located in the centre of Tsim Sha Tsui (across from the Sun Arcade), Harbour City houses over 700 shops ranging from renowned international brands to trendy local brands, 50 restaurants and 2 cinemas. Harbour City is also connected to the Gateway Arcade - another well frequented shopping arcade.

Take the MTR to MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station Exit A1, around 15 minutes walk from the station.

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Festival Walk

Boasting a world-class design of natural light and open space, Festival Walk offers unparalleled opportunities for business and pleasure, including over 200 shops and 27 restaurants, a multi-screen cinema and Hong Kong's largest ice rink.

Take the MTR to MTR Kowloon Tong Station Exit C, around 5 minutes walk from the station.

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Times Square

A 12-storey shopping centre with over 200 shops, restaurants and a Cineplex and topped by twin towers rising 46 and 39 storeys high above the hustle and bustle of Causeway Bay, Times Square is a popular venue for celebrations and festive events, such as New Year’s count down activities and Chinese New Year celebrations.

Take the MTR to MTR Causeway Bay Station Exit A, around 5 minutes walk from the station.

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Street Markets

Street Markets in Hong Kong are popular among local residents as well as tourists. The most frequently visited street markets include Ladies’ Market in Mong Kok, Temple Street Night Market in Yau Ma Tei and Stanley Market in Stanley.

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Amusement Parks

Ocean Park

Ocean Park is an amusement park situated on the southern side of Hong Kong Island, covering more than 870,000 square meters of land. A cable car system and the Ocean Express link the lowland and headland sections, offering spectacular view en route. The Park is divided into 7 sections, including Amazing Asian Animals, Lowland Gardens, Whiskers Harbour, Tai Shue Wan Entrance, Marine Land, Headland Rides and Adventure Land.

Take the MTR to MTR Admiralty Station, change to Citybus' Ocean Park Express no. 629 to the Park directly.

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Hong Kong Disneyland

Hong Kong Disneyland brings visitors a miracle journey that celebrates the spirit of fantasy and a forever-young sense of adventure. Situated in Lantau Island, the Hong Kong Disneyland encompasses four themed lands, namely Main Street U.S.A., Fantasyland, Adventureland and Tomorrowland.

Take the MTR to MTR Disneyland Resort Station, around 10 minutes walk from the station.

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Convention & Exhibition Venues

Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre

The Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) is one of the two major convention and exhibition venues in Hong Kong. Located in Wan Chai, Hong Kong Island, along the Victoria Harbour, it is linked by covered walkways to nearby hotels and commercial buildings. Not only does it offer rental space for conventions and exhibitions, but it is also renowned for its restaurants, over-sized theatres and pre-function areas.

Take the MTR to MTR Wan Chai Station Exit A5, follow the directional signs and walk for around 15 minutes.

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AsiaWorld Expo

Planning major events in Hong Kong becomes even easier with the addition of Asia World-Expo's 70,000 square metres of state-of-the-art rental space for conventions, exhibitions, meeting and events. Close to the Hong Kong International Airport with easy access to urban areas, the complex has 10 column-free, high specification exhibition halls, one of which is a purpose-built entertainment arena - Hong Kong's largest indoor seated venue for an audience of 13,500, making it ideal for large events.

Take the MTR to MTR AsiaWorld-Expo Station or take bus no. A41 to Airport (GTC) Bus Terminus.

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