Tung Chung

View of Tung Chung from hiking trail, beside North Lantau Highway
Tung Chung Fort, Lantau, Hong Kong
Hau Wong Temple
Tung Chung Battery
Tung Chung River
Tung Chung Swimming Pool
Citygate shopping center
Private housing estates in Tung Chung New Town
Yat Tung Estate viewed across Tung Chung Bay, with Sunset Peak in the background
YMCA of Hong Kong Christian College, the only EMI school within Tung Chung.
Tung Chung station
North Lantau Highway (Tung Chung Section)

Area on the northwestern coast of Lantau Island, Hong Kong.

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Marker in Causeway Bay showing the former location of the coastline

Land reclamation in Hong Kong

The reclamation of land from the ocean has long been used in mountainous Hong Kong to expand the limited supply of usable land with a total of around 60 square kilometres of land created by 1996.

The reclamation of land from the ocean has long been used in mountainous Hong Kong to expand the limited supply of usable land with a total of around 60 square kilometres of land created by 1996.

Marker in Causeway Bay showing the former location of the coastline
route of the HKZM bridge
Sha Tin New Town under development in the 1980s
Kai Tak Airport in the 1970s, before more reclamation work was undertaken.
Hong Kong Disneyland Resort under construction (October 2004)
The airport platform of Hong Kong International Airport in 2010

Currently under construction, an expansion of Tung Chung on the north shore of Lantau island.

Islands District

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

One of the 18 districts of Hong Kong.

Notable areas that are part of the Islands District include Chek Lap Kok, the reclaimed island on which Hong Kong International Airport is located, Tung Chung on northern Lantau near the airport, and Discovery Bay, a large private residential area on eastern Lantau.

Map showing the reclaimed land of Lantau Island, Lam Chau and Chek Lap Kok.

Chek Lap Kok

Island in the western waters of Hong Kong's New Territories.

Island in the western waters of Hong Kong's New Territories.

Map showing the reclaimed land of Lantau Island, Lam Chau and Chek Lap Kok.
View of the Airport Island Angle Station of the Ngong Ping 360 cable car system built on Scenic Hill, the unlevelled peninsula in the south of Chek Lap Kok.
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The island is located north of Lantau Island off Ma Wan Chung and Tung Chung.

Tung Chung New Town and Tung Chung Bay seen from the Ngong Ping 360 cableway.

Lantau Island

Largest island in Hong Kong, located West of Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula, and is part of the New Territories.

Largest island in Hong Kong, located West of Hong Kong Island and the Kowloon Peninsula, and is part of the New Territories.

Tung Chung New Town and Tung Chung Bay seen from the Ngong Ping 360 cableway.
Miscanthus in Sunset Peak attract many people to come during November to January
The stone circle located at Fan Lau.
Entrance of Tung Chung Fort.
Tian Tan Buddha with Lantau Peak in the background.
Stilt houses (pang uk) in Tai O.
The Yeung Hau Temple in Tai O was built in 1699.
Adult Chinese white dolphin swimming off the coast of Lantau Island
MTR route map in the Lantau Island area.
Discovery Bay ferry at Central Pier 3.
Blue Lantau taxi in Tung Chung.
Ngong Ping 360 across Tung Chung Bay.

Originally an island with fishing villages, it has been developed since the late 20th century with the construction of Tung Chung New Town on its north-western coast and the completion of several major infrastructure projects, including Lantau Link (1997), Hong Kong International Airport (1998), Hong Kong Disneyland (2005) and Ngong Ping 360 (2006).

Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong's main airport, built on reclaimed land on the island of Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong.

Hong Kong's main airport, built on reclaimed land on the island of Chek Lap Kok, Hong Kong.

View of the airport from the Ngong Ping 360 cable car
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A front view of Hong Kong Airport
The exterior of Hong Kong International Airport at night
Airport Layout (as of July 2019)
The airport control tower and a taxiing Cathay Pacific Cargo Boeing 747-8F
The view of the airport from the control tower, with an EVA Air Boeing 747 on a nearby taxiway
The interior of the airport control tower
Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre
Terminal 1
Baggage Reclaim Hall
SuperTerminal 1
Asia Airfreight Terminal
DHL Central Asia Hub
Cross-boundary coach bus terminal located in terminal 2
Skypier
Airport Express, which connects the airport and the central business district of Central.
Airport Express connecting between the airport and the central business district of Central.
Airport Express – Airport station
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Terminal 1 Departures Hall entrance
The interior of Terminal 1 at night
Check-in counters at Terminal 1
Level 5 – Arrivals Hall
SkyPlaza at the Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2 ceiling
SkyPlaza at the Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2
SkyPlaza, Hong Kong International Airport (Hong Kong)
Exterior view of Hong Kong Airport Satellite Terminal. Connection by airport shuttle bus to main terminal travelling along marked roadway at bottom left.
Interior view of Satellite Terminal, Hong Kong Airport. Escalator leads up from bus connection to main terminal building.
Interior view of Satellite Terminal, Hong Kong Airport. Central internet kiosk with coffee shop behind.
thumb|SkyBridge connecting Terminal 1 with North Satellite Concourse
Aerial view of Midfield Concourse, Hong Kong International Airport.
Interior view of Midfield Concourse
Interior view of sitting area
Interior view of Automated People Mover Platform
Control tower seen from a taxiing aircraft
Super Terminal 1
View of the outside (seen from the control tower)

The 12.48 km2 airport site, with its reclamation, added nearly 1% to Hong Kong's total surface area, connecting to the north side of Lantau Island near Tung Chung new town.

San Francisco Ferry Building at night

Airport Core Programme

Series of infrastructure projects centred on the new Hong Kong International Airport during the early 1990s.

Series of infrastructure projects centred on the new Hong Kong International Airport during the early 1990s.

San Francisco Ferry Building at night

The government earmarked Chek Lap Kok, just off the north coast of Lantau Island near Tung Chung, as the designated site for the new airport.

North Lantau New Town

Newest of the nine new towns in Hong Kong, located on the northern coast of the Lantau Island in the New Territories.

Newest of the nine new towns in Hong Kong, located on the northern coast of the Lantau Island in the New Territories.

Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge opened in October 2018, a large number of tourists come to Tung Chung for shopping every Sunday, and residents in the area complain that too many tourists affect their lives
Residential complexes on the west bank of Tung Chung, arranged in an arc along the North Lantau Highway (photographed in 2007)
Tung Chung Post Office
The Tung Chung Municipal Building under construction, located in Tung Chung District 17

It covers Tung Chung, Tai Ho Wan, Siu Ho Wan, other parts of northeast Lantau Island, and the reclaimed land along the coast between them.

Kowloon Motor Bus

Bus company operating franchised services in Hong Kong.

Bus company operating franchised services in Hong Kong.

Preserved AEC Regent V in April 2012
MCW Metrobus
Duple Metsec bodied Dennis Dragon
KMB's first air-conditioned bus, a 1988 Alexander bodied Leyland Olympian
Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B9TL
Caetano bodied Scania K230UB

On 1 June 1997, KMB formed a subsidiary, Long Win Bus, to provide service on the Lantau Link to the new Hong Kong International Airport and Tung Chung.

Tung Chung Bay and Tung Chung New Town viewed from west

Tung Chung Bay

Tung Chung Bay and Tung Chung New Town viewed from west
Tung Chung Bay
Tung Chung Bay viewed from Ngong Ping 360 cable car.

Tung Chung Bay is a bay west of Tung Chung, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, near North Lantau New Town and Hong Kong International Airport.

Detail of the 1866 "Map of the San-On District" showing Tuen Mun.

Tuen Mun

Area near the mouth of Tuen Mun River and Castle Peak Bay in the New Territories, Hong Kong.

Area near the mouth of Tuen Mun River and Castle Peak Bay in the New Territories, Hong Kong.

Detail of the 1866 "Map of the San-On District" showing Tuen Mun.
Old buildings in San Hui
Residence in Red Bridge
Butterfly Bay Park is the largest sea side park in NT.
Tuen Mun Town Centre
Yan Oi Tong Jockey Club Centre
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LRT Town Centre station

The town is also served by New World First Ferry services to Tung Chung (being discontinued in July 2008 and replaced by Fortune Ferry Tuen Mun – Tung Chung – Sha Lo Wan – Tai O services).