The Hong Kong Heritage Museum
The museum adopts the traditional Chinese courtyard architectural design and it is the largest museum in Hong Kong. It aims to provide comprehensive exhibitions on history, art and culture of Hong Kong and the South China region.
Tsang Tsui Uk
It is the best-preserved Hakka fortified village in Sha Tin built in the 1840s as a stronghold for the Tsang Clan. Built with granite, grey bricks and solid timber, it is said to have taken 20 years to build the village.
Sha Tin Town Hall
It is the cultural focus for the eastern New Territories, providing modern venues for the world-class ballet, international orchestras and art exhibitions.
Sha Tin Park
On the banks of the Shing Mun River, the city center of Sha Tin, the lush 8-hectare park consists of six gardens of distinctive styles. There are over 110,000 plants of various species and some of them are peculiar.
Sha Tin Road Safety Park
Children can learn road safety information in the Park by using various facilities and high technology simulating real life situations.
Up on top of the hill at the end of Sui Wo Road in Fo Tan, the Lions Pavilion was built in a traditional Chinese architectural style in 1981 by the New Territories Lions Club, providing you a full and panoramic view of the Sha Tin New Town.
Shing Mun River
Shing Mun River flows through the Sha Tin District where is one of the competition venues of Dragon Boat holding on Tuen Ng Festival every year. There is cycling trail along the river promenade. Let’s you enjoying the lovely river view of Sha Tin.
Sha Tin Racecourse
Opened in 1978, Sha Tin Racecourse is one of the world's finest racetracks and has a capacity of about 83,000 spectators. Horse racings are usually held weekly during the racing season from September to the following June.