Yau Kom Tau, sometimes transliterated as Yau Kam Tau (Chinese :油柑頭) is an area in the Tsuen Wan District of Hong Kong.
Yau Kom Tau Village is located in this area.
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Kowloon is an urban area in Hong Kong comprising the Kowloon Peninsula and New Kowloon. With a population of 2,019,533 and a population density of 43,033/km2 in 2006, it is the most populous urban area in Hong Kong. The peninsula's area is about 47 km2 (18 sq mi).
Yau Tsim Mong District is one of 18 districts of Hong Kong, located on the western part of Kowloon Peninsula. It is the core urban area of Kowloon. The district has the second highest population density of all districts, at 49,115 km2 (18,963 sq mi). The 2016 By-Census recorded the total population of Yau Tsim Mong District at 342,970.
Yau Ma Tei, formerly called Waterloo after Waterloo Road, is an MTR station located in Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon. It is served by the Kwun Tong line and the Tsuen Wan line. The station opened on 22 December 1979 and was renamed as Yau Ma Tei on 31 May 1985 along with Argyle and Chater (Central).
Castle Peak Road is the longest road in Hong Kong. Completed in 1920, it runs in the approximate shape of an arc of a semi-circle. It runs West from Tai Po Road in Sham Shui Po, New Kowloon, to Tuen Mun, then north to Yuen Long then east to Sheung Shui, in the very north of the New Territories. It is divided into 22 sections. It serves south, west and north New Territories, being one of the most distant roads in early Hong Kong.
Sham Shui Po District is one of 18 districts of Hong Kong. It is the poorest district in Hong Kong, with a predominantly working-class population of 405,869 in 2016 and the lowest median household income of all districts. Sham Shui Po has long been home to poorer new immigrants from mainland China. It also saw the birth of public housing in Hong Kong, as the government sought to resettle those displaced by a devastating fire in its slums. Sham Shui Po also hosted a Vietnamese refugee camp during the influx of migration in the aftermath of the Vietnam War.
Route 5 is Hong Kong trunk road that runs in an east-west direction across Kowloon and ends in Tsuen Wan in the New Territories, where it connects to Route 9. It is one of the most seriously congested routes in Kowloon, as it serves as an interchange to the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel, especially during peak hours.
Tsing Lung Tau is a coastal residential area in the southwest coast of the New Territories in Hong Kong.
Shap Pat Heung is an area in the New Territories of Hong Kong. Located south of Yuen Long and northeast of Tai Tong, the area occupied the plain north of hills of Tai Lam. The Cantonese name Shap Pat Heung means eighteen villages at its beginning. It was later expanded to thirty villages. Administratively, it is part of the Yuen Long District.
Tsuen Wan West is situated at the west of Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, along Castle Peak Road between Yau Kom 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.
Tin Hau temples in Hong Kong are dedicated to Tin Hau (Mazu). Over 100 temples are dedicated to Tin Hau in Hong Kong. A list of these temples can be found below.
Nan Fung Centre is a commercial and shopping centre in Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territories, Hong Kong, located nearby the MTR Tsuen Wan station and a bus terminus at its ground floor. It was developed by Nan Fung Group in 1983 and it is one of the earliest large-scale commercial centres in the district.
The Westminster Terrace is a private housing estate located in Yau Kom Tau, Tsuen Wan District, New Territories, Hong Kong.
The 2013–14 Hong Kong Third Division League is the 63rd season of Hong Kong Third Division League, the third-tier football league in Hong Kong organised by the Hong Kong Football Association.
Approach Beach is a gazetted beach located near Yau Kom Tau on Castle Peak Road in Ting Kau, New Territories, Hong Kong. The beach has barbecue pits and is managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department of the Hong Kong Government. The beach is rated as Grade 2 by the Environmental Protection Department for its water quality.
Yau Kom Tau Village, sometimes transliterated as Yau Kam Tau Village, is a village located in the Yau Kom Tau area, west of Tsuen Wan, in Tsuen Wan District, Hong Kong.
Yau Kom Tau or Yau Kam Tau may refer to: