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Sai Kung District

Welcome Message from David CHIU, JP, District Officer (Sai Kung)

David CHIU, JP, District Officer (Sai Kung)

Welcome to the website of the Sai Kung District Office.

Sai Kung is renowned as the “Back Garden of Hong Kong”, with spectacular scenery embracing numerous exotic islands and lush green hills. The Tseung Kwan O New Town, which also forms part of Sai Kung, represents the vibrant and contemporary side of the district. The integration of rural tranquillity and urban vibrancy offers a community of high versatility and vitality.

The abundant ecological resources in Sai Kung have created favourable conditions for the district for developing family tourism and eco-tourism. The rugged and sinuous coastline, attractive bays and beaches, together with various spots with historical interests, offer not only a panoramic view, but also a different kind of travelling experience to local and overseas tourists. With rich natural endowments and cultural heritage, promotion of tourism has been one of the main focuses of development in Sai Kung.

With the Government devoting substantial resources to Sai Kung, infrastructural, community, cultural and recreational facilities have been developed to meet the needs of nearly 500 000 local residents. For example, the Hong Kong Velodrome in Tseung Kwan O New Town, opened in 2014, is the first-ever indoor cycling facility in the territory that meets the standards of the International Cycling Union and has become an arena for countless international competitions. The adjacent Tseung Kwan O Sports Ground also provides athletic facilities of international standard. Recently commissioned in early 2019, the Jockey Club HKFA Football Training Centre is a training base that provides a broad spectrum of facilities for the Hong Kong Football Representative Team, football clubs, youth training, as well as the Youth League.

Looking ahead, many more major infrastructure, leisure and recreational facility projects in the district are underway or in the pipeline, including Hiram’s Highway Improvement Stage 1, Town Park in Tseung Kwan O Areas 66 and 68, Tseung Kwan O – Lam Tin Tunnel and Cross Bay Link, Tseung Kwan O. In addition, the Government has been forging ahead with the Hiram's Highway Improvement Stage 2 and the construction of a joint-user complex in Tseung Kwan O. The latter is a “single site, multiple use” project accommodating municipal, medical, welfare and educational facilities, public car parks, etc., to provide diversified community and public services to meet the needs of local residents.

The Sai Kung District Office will continue to make strenuous efforts in facilitating and co-ordinating the services of government departments at the district level, with a view to ensuring effective district administration. The Government is also committed to maintaining a constructive dialogue with the District Council and responding actively to the needs of local residents.

Organisation Chart (Sai Kung District Office)

David CHIU, JP
District Officer
Cyrus CHOW
Assistant District Officer (1)
Vacant
Assistant District Officer (2)
Miss Felicia YIP
Senior Executive Officer (District Management)
Ken CHENG
Senior Liaison Officer (1)
Ms Dawn LAM
Senior Liaison Officer (2)
NG Wai Ming
Seinor Liaison Officer (3)
Ms Teresa TSOI
Senior Executive Officer (District Council)
PANG Kam Ping
Senior Inspector of Works
David CHIU, JP
District Officer
Cyrus CHOW
Assistant District Officer (1)
Vacant
Assistant District Officer (2)
Miss Felicia YIP
Senior Executive Officer (District Management)
Ken CHENG
Senior Liaison Officer (1)
Ms Dawn LAM
Senior Liaison Officer (2)
NG Wai Ming
Senior Liaison Officer (3)
Ms Teresa TSOI
Senior Executive Officer (District Council)
PANG Kam Ping
Senior Inspector of Works

Profile (Sai Kung District)

Profile (Sai Kung District)

Sai Kung district, situated in the South East New Territories development region, consists of Sai Kung Town, Sai Kung rural areas, Hang Hau, Tseung Kwan O New Town and over 70 islands of various sizes, amounting to a total area of 12 967 hectares. There is a population of about 480 000 in Sai Kung, with most of them living in Tseung Kwan O New Town while the rest residing in Sai Kung Town and its rural areas.

Since Sai Kung district comprises the rural areas and Tseung Kwan O New Town, there are different types of housing in the district. The rural areas are widely scattered with village houses of low density, while the New Town is designed to cater for the population growth with multi-storey buildings in private and public housing estates.

With regard to public transport, Sai Kung is served with railway (serving the Tseung Kwan O New Town), public buses and green minibuses. The main thoroughfares include Sai Sha Road, Hiram’s Highway and Clear Water Bay Road within the district, and Tseung Kwan O Tunnel Road and Po Lam Road as external connections.

The Sai Kung District Office continues to play a crucial role as a bridge between the Government and residents by collecting and conveying the local community’s views to the government departments concerned. Besides, the Sai Kung District Council (SKDC) also assists the Government in implementing district administration. SKDC sets up different Committees and Working Groups for improving district facilities and services, advising the Government on district affairs, as well as promoting leisure and cultural activities and environmental improvement projects within the district, with a view to making local residents live and work in contentment.

District Activities (Sai Kung District)

  • Anti-sexual Assault, Anti-burglary, Be a Good Citizen
  • Anti-drug Community Awareness Building Programme

Programme Highlights (Sai Kung District)

  • Household Fire Safety Publicity and Educational Activity in Sai Kung District

Related Links (Sai Kung District)

Contact Us (Sai Kung District)

E-mail Address :
Telephone No. :
(852) 3740 5360
Fax No. :
(852) 2792 9440
Postal Address :
6/F, Sai Kung Tseung Kwan O Government Complex, 38 Pui Shing Road, Hang Hau, Tseung Kwan O, N.T.
Location Map Link to GeoInfo Map