Skip to main content
Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Brand Hong Kong - Asia's world city
GovHK 香港政府一站通
Traditional Chinese
Simplified Chinese
Site Map
Contact Us

Press Releases

2015.07.01 20:55 31°C Mainly FineVery Hot Weather Warning
Press Releases
"My Culture" Mobile Application
My URBTIX Mobile App
"Fitness Walking" mobile application available for download
Multimedia Information - The Mobile App of Multimedia Information System
Level Double-A conformance, W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0
Web Accessibility Recognition Scheme
Publication and Press Releases
Identical concessions to apply to LCSD urban and NT leisure venues


The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced today (August 2) that concessionary arrangements for use of its leisure facilities will be fully aligned starting from September 1 this year.

A spokesman for the LCSD said that persons with disabilities and their minders, full-time students, senior citizens, schools and subvented non-governmental organisations would benefit from the new arrangements.

Currently, concessionary arrangements may differ according to whether the leisure facilities are located in the urban area or in the New Territories. This situation was inherited from the two former Municipal Councils, which have since been dissolved.

The major disparities in concessionary arrangements concern the periods when they apply.

In April last year, the LCSD aligned the concessionary arrangements for students using public swimming pools.

"To ensure fair treatment of the eligible user groups and to encourage them to make better use of our facilities, we will abolish the remaining disparities in concessionary arrangements with effect from September 1," the spokesman said.

"The aligned arrangements will in general adopt the more generous practice by extending the concessions now available in one area to the other," he added.

The spokesman said that under the new arrangements, persons with disabilities and their minders could enjoy the concessionary rates at all times when using leisure facilities in both the urban area and the New Territories.

Moreover, full-time students can enjoy the concession when booking holiday camps during non-peak hours.

End/Saturday, August 2, 2003

[News Archive][Back to Top]
Quality Services for Quality Life