Introduction

 

The Tuen Mun Park, covering a total area of about 12.5 hectares, is the first major park in the New Territories that provides a wide range of facilities. It consists of 3 phases, Phase I was open to the public in August 1985, Phase II in August 1988 and Phase III in February 1991. The park is situated in the town centre of Tuen Mun District and in the vicinity of Tuen Mun Town Hall, Tuen Mun Public Library and Tuen Mun Station of the MTR West Rail Line.

Built on reclamation land, the park provides a restful place with mass of greenery to the residents of Tuen Mun as well as visitors over the territory. There are about 1500 trees and 100 000 shrubs of about 200 various species planted in the park. Apart from the landscape features and beautiful environment that make one feel cheerful and relaxed, the park has an artificial lake occupying an area of about 1 hectare. The Reptile House, which is located in the southern part of the park, is another major vantage point that attracts most visitors. Other facilities in the park include water cascade, model boat pool, amphitheatre, roller-skating rink, children's playground and multi-game area, etc. All in all, the park is an ideal leisure haunt for the visitors to have a day's fun there.

The Children’s Playground of Tuen Mun Park will be closed for maintenance from 7am to 1pm on Mondays.  (If Monday is a public holiday, maintenance work will be carried out on the coming weekday)

Tuen Mun Park

 

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