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Brief on History and Development

Graphic : pagoda
Yuen Long Park
Graphic : pagoda

The Yuen Long Park, which has a total area of 7.5 hectares. It was open to the public in early 1991.
The park is located on a natural
woodland at Shui Ngau Ling adjacent to Shui Pin Tsuen, southwest of the Yuen Long town centre, and in the vicinity of the Yuen Long Stadium and the Yuen Long Swimming Pool.
Built on a hill, the park has retained, as much as possible, the existing landform and trees to present a beautiful picture. There are more than 800 trees scattered around the park. At the top of the hill is a pagoda with its lower level serving as an aviary and the upper levels as a lookout point for visitors to enjoy a panoramic view of the Yuen Long town and the new town of Tin Shui Wai. There is also an exquisite ravine garden with a small footbridge and a stream as well as an artificial lake and a cascade, where visitors can enjoy themselves and have a good time. Other facilities in the park include a turfed gateball court, soccer pitches, children's playground, a fitness trail and a fountain plaza etc. All in all, it is a good place for visitors to have fun.

2003| Important notices Last revision date: 22 January, 2014