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Arts + Culture
Founded in 1971, this features a wide range of artifacts illuminating the rich arts, humanities and cultural heritage of ancient and pre-modern China.
Che Kung Temple
Go back in time and travel across cultures through this temple built in honour of Che Kung, a great general in the Sung Dynasty. Follow the worshippers and turn the wheel of fortune three times to attract good luck.
Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery
Hike up the hill and explore over 13,000 Buddha statues in the main worship hall. Visit the monastery kitchen and try a Chinese vegetarian meal.
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
Learn about the city’s history, art and culture through the dynamic and interactive exhibitions of the museum.
Parks + Recreation
Sha Tin Park
Walk along the Shing Mun River and explore six distinctive gardens with over 110,000 plants of various species. The main plaza is one of the most popular venues in the community.
Lake Ad Excellentiam
Take an idyllic stroll from the Philosophy Path to the Lake Ad Excellentiam (Weiyuan Lake). Weiyuan, meaning "not complete" in Chinese, not only describes the shape of the lake but carries a philosophical meaning, “In Search of Excellence".
Pavilion of Harmony
The pavilion was built in commemoration of Dr. Ch'ien Mu, who wrote the “Concept of the Union of Man and Nature”. Admire the scenic view where the reflections of Tolo Harbour and the sky on the pond water and the real scenery are joined as one.
Explore this landscaped bird sanctuary located within the track of the Sha Tin Racecourse, featuring green lawns, pools for waterbirds, painted horse statues and artworks.
Sha Tin New Town Plaza
Explore nine floors of shopping in one of the largest shopping centres, located right next to Sha Tin MTR station. From popular fashion and luxurious cosmetics to hi-tech gadgets, it is host to more than 350 shops for all ages.
K11 shopping mall is the world’s first retail museum, a unique shopping and art-appreciation destination. Browse local artworks and displays during shopping and leisure.
Designed with the theme of five Chinese elements, Elements shopping mall brings together some of Hong Kong’s most sought-after brands and services.
A fabulous place for home furnishings and decorations, featuring a comprehensive collection of shops for furniture, kitchen and bathroom accessories and interior design companies.
Hong Kong Science Park
Ignite your curiosity through exciting science and technology exhibits, and join the Science Explorer programme. A fun journey for the whole family.
Lam Tsuen Wishing Trees
Located near the Tin Hau Temple in Tai Po, the Wishing Trees are popular shrines especially during Chinese New Year. Have your wish written on wishing paper and tie it to the Chinese-style wooden racks.
Mai Po Nature Reserve
Tour around one of the Asia’s finest locations for wetland biodiversity. Explore vast numbers of migratory water birds and an amazing diversity of wildlife.
Wing Wo Bee Farm
Tucked away in the local village situated near the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, this bee farm produces local Sha Tin honey which is perfect for souvenirs.