Hong Kong Aldrich Bay Park
Aldrich Bay Park is a Hong Kong fishing village with old-style theme park, located on Hong Kong Island, Sai Wan Ho Aldrich Bay waterfront, at the junction of Oi Kan Road and Oi Tak Street. Covering about 22,000 square meters, managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
Aldrich Bay Park was officially opened on April 11, 2011, from the planning to the completion of construction, up to 10 years old, 100 million spent more than 3,000 yuan. Park at the old fishing port and customs as the design theme, using steel, glass, wood and bamboo building materials. A water park in the scenic placed a life-size two sampans and fishing, and there are two wooden corridor in the "tau" for visitors to board boats to visit, next to the jetty has a fake fishing shed.
It is said that fishing boats were originally placed in a Tuen Mun Park, but due to the destruction of undesirable elements, was moved to Aldrich Bay Park. In addition, the park is also a Tai Chi Square, fragrance garden, open-air plaza, elderly fitness garden, children's playground, jogging trail and fitness trail.
Scenic Area Address: Hong Kong East Tai On Street
Bus routes: Take MTR Island Line, Sai Wan Ho Station Exit A 2a road or air-conditioned bus