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Shek Mun

The Ravana Garden housing estate in Shek Mun, and the Star Seafood Floating Restaurant, viewed across the Shing Mun River.
View of Shek Mun from the bridge leading to City One.

Shek Mun (石門) is an area in the Sha Tin District of Hong Kong.

Shek Mun lies just east of the Shing Mun River, and northeast of the City One apartment and shopping complex.

Contents

  • Housing 1
  • Other features 2
  • Transportation 3
  • References 4

Housing

Shek Mun Estate is a public housing estate in Shek Mun, completed in 2009.

Private housing estates in Shek Mun include: Ravana Garden (濱景花園), Garden Vista (翠湖花園) and Pictorial Garden (碧濤花園).

Other features

Several educational facilities are located in Shek Mun including International Christian School. A branch of the Hong Kong Baptist University, as well as local public elementary and secondary schools which are run by the university.

Shek Mun is also home to some light industry and manufacturing.

Shek Mun will be the location of the Jockey Club Kitchee Centre, which is dedicated to youth football development and will open in 2014.[1]

Transportation

Shek Mun is served by the Shek Mun Station on the Ma On Shan Line of the MTR rapid transit railway system.

References

  1. ^ "Donations 2011/12 Allocations". Hong Kong Jockey Club. 5 July 2012. 


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