Tsuen Wan Centre (Chinese :荃灣中心) is one of the largest private housing estates in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, located at Tsuen King Circuit. It consists of 19 high-rise buildings, with their names of a number of Chinese cities, and a shopping arcade. It was divided into 3 phases which were completed between 1980 and 1982, and was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties.
Tsuen Wan New Town is a new town in Hong Kong. It spans Tsuen Wan, Kwai Chung and the eastern part of Tsing Yi Island. Traditionally, the administrative officials of Tsuen Wan managed the area of Tsuen Wan proper, Kwai Chung, Tsing Yi Island, Ma Wan and Northeast Lantau Island.
Villa Esplanada is a private housing estate developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties, China Resources and Cheung Kong on Tsing Yi island in Hong Kong. It locates on the relocated oil depots on the former island Nga Ying Chau. It is close to Ching Wang Court, Tsing Yi Station of MTR and Airport Express. The flats were sold in three phases.
Panda Hotel, formerly Kowloon Panda Hotel, is a hotel in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, located between MTR Tsuen Wan station and Tai Wo Hau station.
Tsuen Wan Town Hall is a town hall in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. Originally it was intended to be located near Tsuen Wan station of the MTR, but it was re-located near the former Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier and Tsuen Wan Magistracy, between Tai Ho Road and Yuen Tun Circuit in late 1970s. The town hall was completed in 1980.
Sha Tsui was a headland in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong. It was situated at the west end of the old town of Tsuen Wan. The main road, Sha Tsui Road in the town centre of Tsuen Wan New Town is named after it.
Tsuen Wan Environmental Resource Centre is housed in Old House, Hoi Pa Village, in Tak Wah Park, Tak Wah Street, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong.
D•Park, previously named Discovery Park, is a residential development in Hong Kong, located at 398 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan in the New Territories. The whole estate including the residential flats and the shopping centre spans over 2,700,000 square feet (250,000 m2).
Tsuen Wan Park 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 on 30 October 1998. It is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong government.
Tsuen Wan West is situated at the west of Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, along Castle Peak Road between Yau Kam Tau and Chai Wan Kok. There are mainly private residential estates, including Belvedere Garden, Bayview Garden, Greenview Court, the Panorama and Serenade Cove. The largest one is Belvedere Gardens.
Manhattan Hill is a high-rise development located in the Lai Chi Kok district of Kowloon in Hong Kong, formerly Kowloon Motor Bus Lai Chi Kok Depot. The complex consists of five towers. Towers 1 and 2, which are interconnected, rise 51 floors, while towers 3, 5 and 6 rise 49 floors; each of the five towers is 198 metres (650 ft) high. The entire complex was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties and was completed in January 2007.
Tsuen Wan Pier, Tsuen Wan Ferry or Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier is a public pier at the south of Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, which is adjacent to the MTR Tsuen Wan West station. It provided ferry service to Central via Tsing Yi, but the service ceased operation in 2000 after Western Harbour Crossing and MTR Tung Chung line were commissioned to provide faster route between New Territories West and Hong Kong Island.
Citywalk is one of the largest shopping centres in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is located at Yeung Uk Road, beneath Vision City and opposite to Nina Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Hong Kong. It is jointly developed by Sino Land and Urban Renewal Authority. It was opened in December 2007.
Allway Gardens is the earliest and one of the largest-scale private housing estates located in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong.
Tsuen King Garden is one of the largest private housing estates in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, located at Tsuen King Circuit. It comprises 12 high-rise buildings into 2 phases which were completed between 1987 and 1988, and was developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties.
KOLOUR‧Tsuen Wan is a private housing estate and shopping mall in Tsuen Wan Town, New Territories, Hong Kong. Its phase 1 and phase 2 are located at Chung On Street and Castle Peak Road respectively, and they were developed by Henderson Land Development.
Concord Square is a shopping centre in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. Formerly the old buildings and villages in Tai Uk Wai, The Blue Yard and the shopping centre were portions of Tsuen Wan Seven Street Redevelopment Project. It was completed in 2003 and developed by Concord Land Development Company Limited. A Wellcome supermarket is at its basement.
Serenade Cove is a private housing estate in Tsuen Wan West, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, near Belvedere Garden and Bayview Garden. It consists of 3 high-rise buildings developed by Wharf Holdings in 2001.
The Cairnhill is a private housing estate in Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong. Being one of the estates built on many d level of the hill of Route Twisk, it consists of 16 low-density blocks divided into 2 phases and completed in 2004 and 2005 respectively, offering a total of 770 units. It was jointly developed by Cheung Kong Holdings, Sino Land and K. Wah International.
The Cliveden is a private housing estate in mid-level of Route Twisk, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, next to The Cairnhill. It was jointly developed by Kerry Properties and Sino Land in 2002. It comprises 9 residential towers of 10 storeys with a total of 210 units.
Lei Muk Shue Estate is a public housing estate in Lei Muk Shue, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, near the exit of Shing Mun Tunnels. It is the largest public housing estate in the Tsuen Wan District with the population of 37,000. Although it is geographically located in the eastern part of Tsuen Wan as well as the northern part of Kwai Chung, administratively it belongs to the Tsuen Wan District instead of the Kwai Tsing District because it is at the west of Wo Yi Hop Road, the boundary between the two districts.
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