Tsui Ping River Garden (Phase I) opens for public use

Hong Kong (HKSAR) -      The Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) has announced that Tsui Ping River Garden (Phase I) in Kwun Tong District opened for public use today (November 5) to provide more quality greening and leisure area for residents in the community.

     Tsui Ping River Garden is situated at the junction of Shing Yip Street and King Yip Street. Located near Kwun Tong MTR Station, it is easily accessible by public transport. The entire garden, covering a total area of about 5 800 square metres, is being constructed in two phases.

Phase I of the garden opened to the public today and occupies an area of about 3 300 sq m, providing a covered multi-purpose area, an elderly fitness area, a feature lawn and a building incorporating toilets, a baby-care room and other ancillary facilities. Construction of Phase II of the garden, comprising mainly landscaped areas, is expected to complete in the first quarter of 2019.

     Construction of Tsui Ping River Garden is for the reprovisioning of the adjacent Shing Yip Street Rest Garden. The Rest Garden at the junction of Shing Yip Street and King Yip Lane has been closed from today for demolition.

     For enquiries, please contact the Kwun Tong District Leisure Services Office of the LCSD at 2343 6123.

Published on: 2018-11-05

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