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Shatin is one of the new town projects since the 80s. It is the product of balanced urban planning and rapid development of the New Territories. Shopping malls, parks and transport stations are all conveniently located. A good place for a day trip.
We took the Metro out of the city to Sha Tin. We didn’t know what to expect but followed google maps from the Sha Tin station/mall. But beware, we walked up through the mausoleum before we realized we were in the wrong place. The entrance...More
Shatin has been on our agenda fairly common on our annual trip to HK. Just like other famous interests towns/places of Taikoo 太古, North Point北角 .. It boasts several good food market places, good shopping and tourists spots like the nearby HK Heritage Museum., and...More
We have been to Shatin several times, for food market dinners, shopping, cycling, visits of the HK Heritage Museum, or visits of the Shatin racecourse (which hosted some horse riding events of the 2008 Beijing Olympics) . Easily accessible by the MTR light rail -...More
I chose to arrive by bus to get a feel for the sights but the train arrives at the same junction. Head behind the Ikea store and you will find the remarkable walkway leading to the 10000 Buddhas Monastery. The walkway is lined with full...More
I can't find any other place to review the Hong Kong Racecourse at Shatin.
We attended the "Champions Mile" event in May 2016.
Travelled to the track via MTR.
Paid $10Hk to enter the track.
Paid about $80hk each for tourist badges to the members...More
Shatin has it all…shopping malls. restaurants, hotels and horse racing. Because public transport is so good it is easy to get to by train or bus. The shopping malls become very crowded as the day unfolds and the shopping is endless. There are also many...More