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Shek Pai Street Park offers active, passive leisure facilities to Kwai Tsing residents

With the opening of Shek Pai Street Park, Kwai Tsing District residents can have another location to enjoy a range of active and passive leisure facilities.

Occupying an area of 13,000 square metres and situated in Shek Pai Street, Kwai Tsing, Shek Pai Street Park is the latest addition to the Leisure and Cultural Services Department's leisure venues.

Apart from pleasant landscaped and sitting-out areas, Shek Pai Street Park has a host of facilities including a foot massage path and childrenˇ¦s playground to suit people of different ages.

A staircase in the park leads to Shek Lei Adventure Playground.

The provision of a seven-a-side hard-surface soccer pitch and two hard-surface basketball courts will be welcomed by ball game players. The soccer pitch is built with a spectator stand that can accommodate 150 people.

Other leisure facilities in Kwai Tsing District include Tsing Yi Park, Tsing Yi Promenade and Hing Fong Road Garden.

Ends/Monday, May 8, 2006
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