Shuttle bus service is available between Tuen Mun V city and T · PARK.
Shuttle Bus Map
V city Departure Time
T · PARK Departure Time
- Drive along Wong Chu Road, heading to River Trade Terminal.
- Go along Lung Fu Road, heading to River Trade Terminal.
- Go along Lung Mun Road, Lung kwu Tan Road, and Nim Wan Road.
- Turn left after passing the entrance of the WENT landfill. Cross the bridge and go along the harbour front.
- Enter T · PARK via the first entrance on the left.
* Pre-registration for private car parking is required.
* Coaches are allowed for pick-up and drop-off only.
T · PARK consists of a 9,800m² outdoor landscaping area including a water bird sanctuary and a 2,800m² Environmental Education Centre. It usually takes 3 hours or more to enjoy your stay at T · PARK. Please take a look the booking schedules of Guided Tour and Spa Pools and other attractions to plan your visit.
- 10:30 – 12:00 (Cantonese)
- 12:00 – 13:30 (Cantonese)
- 14:15 – 15:45 (Cantonese)
- 15:45 – 17:15 (Putonghua / ENG)
- 17:15 – 18:45 (Cantonese)
- 10:15 – 11:30
- 12:30 – 13:45
- 14:30 – 15:45
- 16:00 – 17:15
- 17:30 – 18:30
Important note: For both indiviidual and organisation, reservation for guided tour, spa or self-arrange visit is required.
With over 9,800m2 of outdoor landscape, T · GARDEN comprises five major elements — a fountain garden, a leisure garden, a Zen garden, a wetland garden and an outdoor footbath.
An exhibition hall where visitors can learn about the sludge treatment process through a range of innovative and interactive exhibits.
A reinstated sanctuary surrounded by trees and shrubs. It is a home for wildlife and nature including the Little Grebe, kingfishers, water hens, dragonflies and a range of amphibians.
Supported by the heat energy recovered from the sludge incineration process, the 3 spa pools indicating hot, ambient and cool temperatures offer seamless sea view of Deep Bay, a perfect place to relax and refresh.
Located on the top floor of the Administration Building, T · SKY gives a panoramic view of the surrounding areas. It also highlights a range of eco-friendly furnishings and upcycling displays.
It is an experience for visitors to view the operations of the facility through designated windows in T · GALLERY without disturbing the daily process. A series of real-size models also impress visitors in terms of the scale and complexity.
At the top floor of the Environmental Education Centre, this roof garden gives visitors a quiet outdoor environment and a different perspective view of Deep Bay.
It is a self-service cafe that provides light refreshments and introduces environmental-friendly furniture and utensils that perfectly gives another thoughtful yet meaningful attribute to T · PARK.
T · THEATRE is equipped with advanced audio, visual and lighting systems. It runs an introductory video of T · PARK continuously which gives visitors an overview of the facility.
A comfortable waiting and resting area for visitors, it features interactive devices to showcase various environmental topics as well as videos on nature and wildlife.