The Tsuen Wan Riviera Park was completed and open for public use on 19 May 1990. It is funded by the property developer
of the Riviera Gardens at a construction cost of over $60 million. The Park, which measures 4.5 hectares, is built along
the waterfront with most of the area reclaimed from the sea.
The recreational facilities of the Park are designed for people of different age groups. These include a natural grass
soccer pitch with a spectator stand to accommodate 300 spectators, 4 tennis courts, a full-sized basketball-cum-volleyball
court, a gateball court and children's play areas with distinctive play equipment.
Along the waterfront of the Park is a jogging track with fitness stations, a pebble walking trail and fitness equipment
for the elderly.