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Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village

Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village is a holiday village located in the east of Shau Kei Wan, facing Lei Yue Mun, with an area of 22.97 hectares. It used to be Lyemun Barracks, barracks for the British soldiers stationed in Hong Kong prior to it ...

Quarry Bay

Quarry Bay is an area beneath Mount Parker in the Eastern District of Hong Kong Island, in Hong Kong. The western portion of the area was also formerly known as Lai Chi. Traditionally being an industrial and residential area, the number of commer ...

Sai Wan Ho

Sai Wan Ho is a primarily residential area on the northeastern shore of Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, between Quarry Bay and Shau Kei Wan. It is part of the Eastern District, and is administered together with surrounding areas under the Eastern Di ...

Shau Kei Wan

Shau Kei Wan or Shaukiwan is a neighborhood in the Eastern District of Hong Kong Island. The area is bordered by Chai Wan to the east, Mount Parker to the south, Sai Wan Ho to the west, and Victoria Harbour to the north. Shau Kei Wan is considere ...

Shau Kei Wan station

Shau Kei Wan is a station on the Hong Kong MTR Island Line in the neighborhood of Shau Kei Wan. Its concourse is located underground, and an island platform is used to serve trains on the Island Line, to and from Kennedy Town and Chai Wan. Its st ...

Siu Sai Wan

Siu Sai Wan is a residential area in the northeastern part of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong. It is located in the eastern part of Chai Wan, and is administratively under the Eastern District. The population was 59.729 in June 2011.

Islands District

The Islands District is one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. It is part of the New Territories. It had a population of 170.900 in 2018. Hong Kong consists of a peninsula and 263 islands. The Islands District consists of some twenty large and sma ...

Chek Lap Kok

Chek Lap Kok is an island in the western waters of Hong Kongs New Territories. Unlike the smaller Lam Chau, it was only partially leveled when it was assimilated via land reclamation into the 12.48 square kilometres island for the current Hong Ko ...

Douglas Rock

Douglas Rock is a rock located between Lantau Island and Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. Administratively it belongs to the Islands District. There are currently no residents on the island.

Hei Ling Chau

Hei Ling Chau, formerly Hayling Chau, is an island of Hong Kong, located east of Silver Mine Bay and Chi Ma Wan of Lantau Island. It is administratively part of the Islands District.

Kau Yi Chau

Kau Yi Chau, also known as Tai Kau Yi Chau, is an uninhabited island located west of Victoria Harbour, between Peng Chau and Green Island in Hong Kong. It is located on the crossroad of sea routes, east to west and north to south. The ferry betwe ...

Lam Chau

Lam Chau was a little island in Hong Kong. It was one of the two original islands that made up the site of the current Hong Kong International Airport. The small island lay to the west of Chek Lap Kok and north of Lantau Island. It had an area of ...

Ma Chau

Ma Chau island, is an uninhabited outlying island of Hong Kong located in the Soko Islands group about 4km south to Lantau Island.

Peaked Hill

Peaked Hill, also known as Kai Yet Kok, is a stack island on the westernmost point on land of Hong Kong territories. The island is close to the west side of southwest Lantau Island, near Tsin Yue Wan and can be spotted from the 7th stage of Lanta ...

Po Toi

Po Toi is the main island of the Po Toi Islands and the southernmost island of Hong Kong, with an area of 3.69 km².

Po Toi Islands

The Po Toi Islands are a small group of islands with a population of around 200, south-east of Hong Kong Island, off Stanley, in Hong Kong. The main island of the group is Po Toi Island. Administratively, they are part of Islands District. The is ...

Shek Kwu Chau

Shek Kwu Chau is an island of Hong Kong, located south of Lantau Island and between Cheung Chau and the Soko Islands. Administratively, it is part of Islands District. Shek Kwu Chau is a restricted area and a permit is required to visit the island.

Siu A Chau

Siu A Chau is the northernmost and the second largest of the Soko Islands, after Tai A Chau. It is dumbbell-shaped and has a rugged indented coastline with steep slopes. The highest point of the island is at 74 meters. A beach lies to the south, ...

Soko Islands

The Soko Islands are a group of islands in Hong Kong. The group consists of Tai A Chau, Siu A Chau and several smaller nearby islands, in the southwesternmost waters of the territory, to the southwest of Lantau Island. Now largely uninhabited, th ...

Sunshine Island, Hong Kong

Sunshine Island, also known as Chau Kung To indigenously, is a companion island of Hei Ling Chau in Hong Kong. Located northeast of Hei Ling Chau and south of Peng Chau, the island was once the site of a drug addiction treatment centre. The islan ...

Kowloon City District

Kowloon City District is one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. It is located in the city of Kowloon. It had a population of 381.352 in 2001, and increased to 418.732 in 2016. The district has the third most educated residents while its residents ...

Channel Rock (Hong Kong)

Channel Rock was a big rock in the midst of Kowloon Bay, in the east Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong, opposite Kwun Tong Ferry Pier. It was incorporated into the extension of the runway of Kai Tak Airport.

Kai Tak Development

The Kai Tak Development, abbreviated as "KTD" and formerly called South East Kowloon Development, refers to the redevelopment of the former Kai Tak Airport site in Kai Tak, Kowloon, Hong Kong. After the airport relocated to Chek Lap Kok in 1998, ...

Kau Pui Lung

Kau Pui Lung, formerly Kau Pui Loong or Hau Pui Loong, is a valley and an area between Ma Tau Wai and To Kwa Wan, and west of Ma Tau Kok in Kowloon of Hong Kong. The area now full of schools near the junction of Kau Pui Lung Road and Tin Kwong Road.

Kowloon Rock

Kowloon Rock is an island in the middle of Kowloon Bay in Hong Kong, near the runway of the former Kai Tak Airport. Administratively, it is part of Kowloon City District. The rock has no vegetation and only a warning marker installed to alert pas ...

Kowloon Tsai Park

Kowloon Tsai Park is a park located in the Kowloon Tsai area of New Kowloon in Hong Kong. It lies within the Kowloon City District and opened in June 1964.

Oxford Road, Hong Kong

Completed in mid-1950s, Oxford Road was named after Oxford, England as one of the Kowloon Tong streets which were all named after places in Britain when the first British settlers arrived in Kowloon. Oxford, being a heritage-rich city in England, ...

Kwai Tsing District

Kwai Tsing is one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. It consists of two parts - Kwai Chung and Tsing Yi Island. Kwai Tsing is part of the New Territories. It had a population of 520 572 in 2016. The district has the third least educated residents ...

Carmel Alison Lam Foundation Secondary School

A Reading Award Scheme is launched to establish a reading culture among students, with the aim of enhancing students’ language proficiency. Starting from the academic year 2004–05, online learning through the eClass platform was introduced to the ...

Kwai Tsing District FA

Kwai Tsing District Football Association are a football club which currently competes in the Hong Kong Second Division. The clubs home matches are played at Kwai Chung Sports Ground.

Pillar Island

Tsing Chau or Pillar Island was an island in the Kwai Chung area of Hong Kong, sitting at the mouth of Gin Drinkers Bay, by the side of the Rambler Channel, opposite Tsing Yi Island. In the 1960s, the bay was reclaimed and Tsing Chau became a lan ...

Tsuen Wan New Town

Tsuen Wan New Town is a new town in Hong Kong. It spans Tsuen Wan, Kwai Chung and the eastern part of Tsing Yi Island. Traditionally, the administrative officials of Tsuen Wan managed the area of Tsuen Wan proper, Kwai Chung, Tsing Yi Island, Ma ...

Kwun Tong District

Kwun Tong is one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. It is located in Kowloon. It had a population of 648.541 in 2016. The district has the second highest population in Hong Kong, after Sha Tin District, while the income is below average. Kwun Tong ...

Kwun Tong Bypass

The Kwun Tong Bypass is an elevated expressway between Lam Tin and Kowloon Bay in Kwun Tong District, Kowloon East, Hong Kong, with three lanes in each direction and a posted speed limit of 70-80 kilometres per hour. It is part of Route 2 and has ...

Kwun Tong Garden Estate

Kwun Tong Garden Estate, or Garden Estate, is a public housing estate in Ngau Tau Kok, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, developed by the Hong Kong Housing Society, near the MTR Kwun Tong Lines Ngau Tau Kok Station. It is the largest Housing Society ...

Kwun Tong Residents Association

The Kwun Tong Residents Association is a long established Kaifong association rooted in Kwun Tong. It was established in 1974 and gained its status as non-profit organisation in 1999. It was seen as a traditional pro-PRC leftist group. The chairm ...

Lam Tin

Lam Tin is an area in the Kwun Tong District in southeastern New Kowloon, Hong Kong. Lam Tin is primarily a residential area but also hosts a major transport interchange and several shopping attractions. Lam Tin was once a large field in the vici ...

Lok Wah Estate

Lok Wah Estate is a public housing estate located in Ngau Tau Kok, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Lok Nga Court 樂雅苑 is a Home Ownership Scheme court adjacent to Lok Wah Estate. It has six blocks built in 1984.

NLSI Lui Kwok Pat Fong College

NLSI Lui Kwok Pat Fong College, formerly known as New Life School, is a Hong Kong Secondary school located in Kwun Tong District.

Public housing estates in Kwun Tong

The following shows the public housing estates, Private Sector Participation Scheme, Tenants Purchase Scheme) in Kwun Tong of Kwun Tong District, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Public housing estates in Lam Tin

The following shows the public housing estates, including Home Ownership Scheme, Private Sector Participation Scheme, Tenant Purchase Scheme TPS) in Lam Tin of Kwun Tong District, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Public housing estates in Ngau Tau Kok and Kowloon Bay

The following shows the public housing estates, Private Sector Participation Scheme, Tenants Purchase Scheme TPS) in Ngau Tau Kok, Jordan Valley and Kowloon Bay of Kwun Tong District, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Public housing estates in Yau Tong

The following is an overview of public housing estates in Yau Tong, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong, including Home Ownership Scheme, Private Sector Participation Scheme, and Tenants Purchase Scheme estates.

Sau Mau Ping Estate

Sau Mau Ping Estate is one of the earliest public housing estates in Kwun Tong District, New Kowloon, Hong Kong. It has 18 blocks, providing a total of 12.310 rental flats. Each of them has a size of 10.6 to 52.2 square metres. A total of 38.833 ...

Shun Lee

Shun Lee is an area north of Sau Mau Ping and east of Ngau Chi Wan in Hong Kong. The area was originally known as Rennies Farm. It is later named after the first public housing estate in the area, Shun Lee Estate. It is also known as Sze Shun as ...

North District (Hong Kong)

North District is the northernmost district of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. It is located in the northeastern part of the New Territories. The new town of Fanling-Sheung Shui is within this district. It had a population of 298.657 in 2001. The ...

Ap Chau

Ap Chau, also known as Robinson Island, with a size of 0.04 km² is an island in the Crooked Harbour, in the north-eastern New Territories of Hong Kong. It is located in Ap Chau Bay and is under the administration of North District. The island had ...

Double Island, Hong Kong

Double Island or Wong Wan Chau is an island located in the north-eastern part of Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of North District.

Heung Yuen Wai Control Point

Heung Yuen Wai Control Point in Shenzhen) is a land border control point at the border at Heung Yuen Wai in Hong Kong. Its counterpart is Liantang Control Point in Shenzhen, mainland China. Heung Yuen Wai Control Point was reported scheduled to o ...

Kat O

Kat O is located in the west of Mirs Bay. With an area of 2.35 km², it is the largest island in North District, the second largest being Wong Wan Chau Double Island. Neighbouring islands include: Ap Chau, Ngo Mei Chau Crescent Island, and Pak Sha ...