Last updated 2024-01-18

New Territories (East)

New Territories East is the eastern part of New Territories, covering North, Tai Po, Sha Tin, and Sai Kung District.


Tai Wai

Tai Wai is located in the Sha Tin District of Hong Kong. Tai Wai Village is one of the oldest and largest walled villages in the area, dating back to the Ming Dynasty, with a history of over four hundred years. It features sturdy archways and ancient temples. In 2023, The Wai became the second-largest shopping mall in the district, offering a wide range of shopping and entertainment options.

Sha Tin

Sha Tin is located north of the Kowloon city center and south of the Tai Po District. It has a rich historical background and has undergone extensive new town development since the 1970s, becoming a well-equipped community with vital transportation connections. The district boasts several notable attractions, including the Che Kung Temple, Amah Rock (Mong Fu Shek),Tsang Tai Uk, and the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery (Man Fat Tsz). Additionally, there are cycling paths and various entertainment facilities such as New Town Plaza, Snoopy's World, Sha Tin Park, and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

Fo Tan

Fo Tan is an area of Sha Tin District, New Territories, Hong Kong. It was developed as a light industrial area, but this activity has declined markedly in recent years. There are residential areas to the east, alongside the MTR line, and in the foothills to the west.

Ma On Shan

Ma On Shan is a new town along the eastern coast of Tolo Harbour in the New Territories of Hong Kong. Although it was initially an extension of Sha Tin New Town, it has its own town centre and various government facilities, and is now classified as a separate new town in government reports.[1] Administratively, it belongs to Sha Tin District.

Ma Liu Shui

Ma Liu Shui is an area in Sha Tin District, in the New Territories, Hong Kong.

Tai Po

Tai Po is located in the northeastern part of the New Territories and includes the areas of Tai Po and Sai Kung North. Tai Po is renowned for its rich history and traditional charm, featuring ancient rural architecture, ancestral halls, and temples like the Tai Po Man Mo Temple, the Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree, and the Hong Kong Railway Museum, among others. Additionally, the district is home to attractions such as Tung Ping Chau, Lai Chi Chong, and Ma Shi Chau, which are designated as Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geoparks, offering excellent opportunities to appreciate Hong Kong's natural landscapes and geological features.


Fanling (Chinese: 粉嶺; also spelled Fan Ling or Fan Leng) is a town in the New Territories East of Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of the North District. Fanling Town is the main settlement of the Fanling area. The name Fanling is a shortened form of Fan Pik Leng (粉壁嶺). The area has several public and private estates.

Sheung Shui

Sheung Shui (Chinese: 上水; Jyutping: soeng6 seoi2, literally "Above-water") is an area in the New Territories, Hong Kong. Sheung Shui Town, a part of this area, is part of the Fanling–Sheung Shui New Town in the North District of Hong Kong. Fanling Town is to its southeast.

Lo Wu

Lo Wu (Chinese: 羅湖) is an area in North District, New Territories, Hong Kong. It lies on the border between Hong Kong and mainland China, specifically the Luohu District of Shenzhen in mainland China. The area is most notable as the location of the most heavily used immigration control point for passengers travelling to and from mainland China. It is where the Lo Wu station is located.

Sha Tau Kok

Sha Tau Kok is a closed town in Hong Kong. The last remaining major settlement in the Frontier Closed Area, it is Hong Kong's northernmost town.Sha Tau Kok is located in the North District, adjacent to Shenzhen's Yantian District in mainland China, which was once a restricted border area for an extended period. However, over time, this area gradually opened up. Since June 2022, Sha Tau Kok Pier has been progressively opening, allowing tourists to apply for restricted area permits to explore this region. Visitors can choose to explore independently or join one-day tour groups to appreciate the beautiful coastal scenery, visit unique attractions, and savor local cuisine. Additionally, tourists can also take a boat trip to UNESCO Global Geoparks in Hong Kong, such as Lai Chi Wo, Kat O, and Ap Chau, to explore these unique travel destinations.

Tiu Keng Leng

Tiu Keng Leng (Chinese: 調景嶺),formerly Rennie's Mill, is an area of Hong Kong in the Sai Kung District adjacent to Tseung Kwan O (Junk Bay).

Tseung Kwan O

Tseung Kwan O was originally a small fishing village but has now been developed into the Tseung Kwan O New Town. This area was once sparsely populated but has undergone extensive land reclamation to become a modern new city with modern amenities. While Tseung Kwan O is geographically close to the Kowloon area, it actually falls within the New Territories, which can sometimes lead to misconceptions that it is part of Kowloon.


LOHAS Park is a large private housing estate located in the northern part of Tseung Kwan O, Sai Kung District, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is part of the Tseung Kwan O new town and was planned by the MTR Corporation. The estate features a mix of residential units, shopping malls, parks, and waterfront promenades. Situated north of the industrial estates and Tai Che Shui, LOHAS Park boasts a picturesque setting with a mountain backdrop and seafront views. The estate offers luxurious residential units, including various unique features such as podium garden flats, sky garden flats, and rooftop pool flats, catering to a large number of residents. Additionally, it provides extensive amenities within the estate, including a large shopping mall, indoor ice rink, cinema, supermarket, and ample community green spaces and recreational areas, promoting a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. With the presence of the MTR LOHAS Park Station within the estate, convenient transportation links allow residents easy access to the city center.

Hang Hau

Hang Hau (Chinese: 坑口) is a residential area in Tseung Kwan O, Sai Kung, New Territories, Hong Kong. It is located at the eastern edge of the Tseung Kwan O New Town. Most of the land was reclaimed from Hang Hau Village and Shui Bin Village (水邊村).

Clear Water Bay

Clear Water Bay (Chinese: 清水灣; Jyutping: cing1 seoi2 waan1) is a bay on the eastern shore of Clear Water Bay Peninsula of Hong Kong, located within Clear Water Bay Country Park. There are two beaches at Clear Water Bay: "Clear Water Bay First Beach" and "Clear Water Bay Second Beach". The name is also used to describe the area around the bay on the peninsula.

Po Lam

Po Lam (Chinese: 寶琳 or 寶林) is a neighbourhood in northern Tseung Kwan O, Kowloon. An MTR station with the same name, Tseung Kwan O Village, Yau Yue Wan Village, King Lam Estate, and Po Lam Estate are located there.

Sai Kung

ai Kung is a place that combines natural beauty with modern urban vitality. It consists of Sai Kung Town, rural areas, and the Tseung Kwan O New Town. It offers picturesque natural landscapes, including famous attractions like Clear Water Bay and Sai Kung Country Park, as well as UNESCO Global Geopark sites such as High Island, Bluff Island, and the sea arches at Jin Island (Tiu Chung Chau). In Sai Kung Town center, places like Sai Kung Market and Sai Kung Hoi Pong Square are havens for food enthusiasts, featuring numerous seafood restaurants and specialty eateries. Visitors can also explore historical landmarks such as the Tin Hau Temple at Joss House Bay, Sai Kung, and the Che Kung Temple at Ho Chung.

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