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MA ON SHAN

Ma On Shan belongs administratively to Sha Tin District.

Shing Mun River
Shing Mun River is a man made 7km channel running Shing Mun Reservoir at the foot of the Kowloon hills through Sha Tin and Ma On Shan into Tolo Harbour.
Shing Mun River
Many boat people were refugee fishermen from mainland China. Some moved to Shatin, where they formed a fishing village.
Shatin Fishermen New Village
Shatin Fishermen New Village
Ma On Shan modern estates
The town is built on the strip between Tolo Harbour and Ma On Shan mountain. It is an extension of the Sha Tin New Town along eastern coast of Tolo Harbour and features many new estates.
Ma On Shan modern estates
Ma On Shan features a few nice remote beaches allowing to be away for a few hours from the bustling city life.
Remote beach
Remote beach
To Tau Village beach
The beach in front of To Tau Village is a quiet place to enjoy a family BBQ or enjoy the Tolo Harbour view.
To Tau Village beach
For people living in Ma On Shan's residential highrises buildings, the To Tau Village beach is a nice place for relaxing.

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To Tau Village beach
To Tau Village beach
To Tau Village beach
For people living in Ma On Shan's residential highrises buildings, the To Tau Village beach is a nice place to enjoy evening BBQ.
To Tau Village beach
In contrast to the extensive urban development nearby, settlements such as To Tau Village remain as testament to the old traditions of Hong Kong community living.
To Tau Village
To Tau Village
To Tau Village beach
To Tau Village beach is a popular place for photographers in order to shoot models.
To Tau Village beach
To Tau Village beach is a popular place for wedding pictures so brides posing for pictures can often be seen.
To Tau Village beach
To Tau Village beach
Wu Kai Sha
Wu Kai Sha Pier faces Tolo Harbour with Ma On Shan at the back.
Wu Kai Sha
Many villages in New Territories have entrance gate. it can be flanked with a pair of Guardian Lions.
Wu Kai Sha New Village
Wu Kai Sha New Village
Whitehead Golf Centre
Together with barbeque pits and golf course, Whitehead Golf Centre is definitely a nice family gathering.
Whitehead Golf Centre
With an area of 1 500 000 square feet, there are 170 golf lanes in total. This is the first range in Hong Kong that does not set age limit, so even the children can enjoy playing golf with their parents.
Whitehead Golf Centre
Whitehead Golf Centre
Ma On Shan
Ma On Shan's residential buildings are primarily highrises featuring at least 35 stories or higher. It has been well planned as a self-contained environment and a mixture of public and private housing, dependable utility services, a well-organized transportation system (MTR, buses...), open space for recreation (parks, promenades, bicycle paths), and a wide range of community facilities.
Ma On Shan
Nai Chung is a countryside located at the east of Ma On Shan.
Nai Chung
Nai Chung
Nai Chung
Many local people playing kites can be seen around Nai Chung area.

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Nai Chung
Nai Chung is popular destination with two nice Thai restaurants along Sai Sha road.
Nai Chung
Nai Chung
Sai Sha road
Along Sai Sha road, old traditional empty houses can still be seen.
Sai Sha road
Offerings are still performed. Joss stick and food is offered.
Sai Sha road
Sai Sha road


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