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Sha Tin District

Welcome Message from Miss Carol OR, JP, District Officer (Sha Tin)

Welcome to Sha Tin! It is not only the most populated district in Hong Kong but also a district full of unique attractions.

Sha Tin is a versatile district where you can find not only a good mix of public and private housing, but also the harmonious coexistence of new towns and villages, past and future, city hustles and tranquil country parks. There are numerous attractions in Sha Tin - the charming Shing Mun River, scenic country parks and hiking trails, historic Tsang Tai Uk and Che Kung Temple, the newly established artistic City Art Square as well as a cluster of shopping arcades in the district. Last but not the least, the warm hospitality of our Sha Tin residents.

After hearing so many goodies about Sha Tin, why don't you come and experience this unique district yourself?

Organisation Chart (Sha Tin District Office)

Miss Carol OR, JP
District Officer
Vacant
Assistant District Officer(1)
Vacant
Assistant District Officer(2)
Ms Patty LEE
Chief Liaison Officer
Billy Chan
Senior Liaison Officer (East)
Ms Sandy CHU
Senior Liaison Officer (West)
Edmund WONG
Senior Liaison Officer (North)
LI Wai Hei
Senior Inspector of Works
Roy SHIU
Senior Executive Officer
(District Council)
Raymond LIU
Senior Executive Officer
(District Management)
Miss Carol OR, JP
District Officer
Vacant
Assistant District Officer (1)
Vacant
Assistant District Officer (2)
Ms Patty LEE
Chief Liaison Officer
Billy CHAN
Senior Liaison Officer (East)
Ms Sandy CHU
Senior Liaison Officer (West)
Edmund WONG
Senior Liaison Officer (North)
Raymond LIU
Senior Executive Officer
(District Management)
Roy SHIU
Senior Executive Officer
(District Council)
LI Wai Hei
Senior Inspector of Works

Profile (Sha Tin District)

Profile (Sha Tin District)

Sha Tin is a first generation new town in Hong Kong. Its good town planning and comprehensive community facilities have made it an ideal place for living. Sha Tin is a vibrant, diversified and harmonious new town with a lot of merits and characteristics:

(1)  Sha Tin has a population of 630 000 which comes first among 18 districts and will continue to be the most populated district for years to come.

Profile (Sha Tin District)

(2)  Shing Mun River and its promenade not only offer beautiful scenery, but also serve as a place for leisure, and recreational activities.

(3)  Well-connected cycling tracks which extend to Tai Po and Sai Kung have made Sha Tin a popular place for cycling activities during holidays.

(4)  Sha Tin Race Course is a great attraction for both Hong Kong people and tourists.

(5)  Chicken congee, roasted pigeon and Shan Shui beancurd are famous cuisine in Sha Tin.

(6)  There are plenty of sight-seeing spots in Sha Tin, such as Amah Rock, Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, Che Kuk Temple, Tsang Tai Uk, Tao Fung Shan and Lions Pavilion. Besides, its country parks and hiking trails offer picturesque scenery.

(7)  Well-developed transportation network with a number of tunnels and highways is connecting Sha Tin with other parts of the New Territories and Kowloon. There are a total of 14 Mass Transit Railway stations within the district.

(8)  Apart from a network of over 100 primary and secondary schools, kindergartens, international schools, Sha Tin also has vocational institutes and even a university.

(9)  The district is well-equipped with recreational and sports facilities, like Sha Tin Town Hall, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, public libraries, parks, sports grounds, public swimming pools and indoor games halls.

(10)  High-rise buildings of private and public housing co-exist with 48 villages that are full of rural charms.

District Activities (Sha Tin District)

  • Online Sharing Sessions on 10 Professions
  • Celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival and the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China - Display of Red Lanterns (Sha Tin District)
  • Celebrating the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China - Display of Lamppost Bunting (Sha Tin District)
  • “Celebration of the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China” Poster Design Competition
  • “Celebration of the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China” Colouring Competition
  • Sha Tin Youth Service Corps - Recruitment and Orientation Programme 2021
  • Multimedia Theatre Experience Workshop
  • Drama Appreciation Scheme
  • Radio Drama Training Scheme
  • Music Training Programme
  • Sha Tin District Anti-crime and Anti-drug Interactive Talks @ Schools
  • Celebrating the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People's Republic of China - Sha Tin District Flag Raising Ceremony
  • Celebrating the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China - Large-scale Orchestral Concert
  • Building Management Workshop on Legal Knowledge
  • Celebrating the 72nd Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China - ShaTin-cation
  • Active Community (15th Phase)
  • Sha Tin Fire Safety Promotion Campaign – Education and Publicity on Fire Safety
  • Chinese Etiquette –Shadow Puppet Show
  • Exhibition on Local Primary and Secondary School Information
  • Experience Programme of Hong Kong Cultural Diversity
  • Youth Leadership Programme
  • Sha Tin District Anti-drug Soccer Competition (Tentative)
  • Sha Tin Festive Lighting Switch-on Carnival
  • Sha Tin District Christmas and Lunar New Year Festive Lighting
  • Sha Tin District Winter Precaution Publicity Campaign (Tentative)
  • Sha Tin Festive Lighting Lunar New Year Lantern Carnival
  • Chinese Etiquette – Local Cultural Tour / Workshop

Programme Highlights (Sha Tin District)

  • Celebrating the 24th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR - Display of Lamppost Bunting (Sha Tin District)
  • Oral Health Talk: Relationship among Periodontitis, Heart Disease and Diabetes
  • Active Community Phase 14

Contact Us (Sha Tin District)

E-mail Address :
Telephone No. :
(852) 2158 5388
Fax No. :
(852) 2695 4305
Postal Address :
4/F, Sha Tin Government Offices, 1 Sheung Wo Che Road, Sha Tin, N.T.
Location Map Link to GeoInfo Map