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Tsuen Wan District

Welcome Message from Billy AU, JP, District Officer (Tsuen Wan)

Welcome to the homepage of the Tsuen Wan District Office.

Tsuen Wan is a district where tradition and modernity intertwine. The development of new residential buildings and commercial towers, as well as large-scale infrastructure like the Tsing Ma Bridge and Ting Kau Bridge have given Tsuen Wan a facelift. On the other hand, the decades long Yuen Yuen Institute, Western Monastery and Sam Tung Uk Museum are still much treasured by believers and sightseers. Food lovers also maintain frequent visits to the gourmet restaurants in Sham Tseng and the town centre, as well as the countryside teahouses in Chuen Lung. The new developments blend well with the traditional attractions in Tsuen Wan, making it a unique and interesting district.

Tsuen Wan is noted as a harmonious district. The Tsuen Wan District Office spares no effort in serving Tsuen Wan, making it a quality place for living and working. We consult the residents on the policies and services of the Government, and reflect their views to the Administration. We also motivate and support local organisations in participating in community affairs, and in organising different activities.

The sixth term of Tsuen Wan District Council came into operation on 1 January 2020. We work closely with the Tsuen Wan District Council, district organisations as well as government departments to facilitate the provision of services and facilities at the district level, with a view to improving the environment of the district, upgrading the quality of life, and increasing the sense of belonging of the residents.

Organisation Chart (Tsuen Wan District Office)

Billy AU, JP
District Officer
Wesley LAI
Assistant District Officer
Ms Winnie TAM
Senior Liaison Officer
(1)
Ms Winnie LEE
Senior Liaison Officer
(2)
Denis KWONG
Senior Executive Officer
(District Management)
Miss Daisy LAM
Senior Executive Officer
(District Council)
CHAN Sai-hung
Senior Inspector of Works
Billy AU, JP
District Officer
Wesley LAI
Assistant District Officer
Ms Winnie TAM
Senior Liaison Officer
(1)
Ms Winnie LEE
Senior Liaison Officer
(2)
Denis KWONG
Senior Executive Officer
(District Management)
Miss Daisy LAM
Senior Executive Officer
(District Council)
CHAN Sai-hung
Senior Inspector of Works

Profile (Tsuen Wan District)

Profile (Tsuen Wan District)

Tsuen Wan is located in the south western part of the New Territories. It covers an area of about 6,000 hectares. As the first new town developed in Hong Kong, Tsuen Wan was an industrial centre in the early days. With rapid development over the years, it has evolved into a commercial, residential and tourist area.

Tsuen Wan has a population of around 320,000. The majority of the population live in private housing, with around 70,000 people living in the public housing estates and subsidised housing in the district, namely Lei Muk Shue Estate, Cheung Shan Estate, Shek Wai Kok Estate, Fuk Loi Estate, Clague Garden Estate, Moon Lok Dai Ha and Bo Shek Mansion.

Situated between Kowloon and the New Territories, Tsuen Wan serves as a major link between the western part of the New Territories/Lantau and the urban area, and is the gateway to the airport. Its sound transportation network, with its numerous scenic spots and a full range of community facilities, has made it attractive to residents and visitors alike.

District Activities (Tsuen Wan District)

  • 2021-22 Tsuen Wan Festival Lightings Programme (National Day, Christmas and Lunar New Year)
  • The 29th Tsuen Wan Sports Festival
    Virtual Run
  • Hill Fire Prevention Community Publicity Activities

Programme Highlights (Tsuen Wan District)

  • 2021-22 Tsuen Wan Festival Lightings Programme (National Day)
  • Tsuen Wan Bus Parade for Fire Publicity Programme 2021
  • Hill Fire Prevention Publicity Programme for Chung Yeung Festival 2021
  • 2021/22 Tsuen Wan District Private Building Management Seminar 1
    (Topics : Migration of Six Digital TV Programme Channels to New Transmitting Frequencies and The Land Registry – Service of Property Alert)
  • 2021/22 Tsuen Wan District Private Building Management Seminar 2
    (Topics : Introduction of Mediation Service on Building Management and Integrated Building Rehabilitation Assistance Scheme)
  • National Security Law Exhibition and Carnival in Tsuen Wan cum Award Presentation Ceremony for the Short Video Contest
  • 2021/22 Tsuen Wan District Private Building Management Seminar 3
    (Topics : Settle water seepage in residential flats and Promotion of Wider Use of Stand-alone Fire Detectors in Hong Kong)
  • 2021/22 Tsuen Wan District Private Building Management Seminar 4
    (Topics : How to perform Cap. 572 Fire Safety (Buildings) Ordinance and Integrity on Building Management)

Related Links (Tsuen Wan District)

Contact Us (Tsuen Wan District)

E-mail Address :
Telephone No. :
(852) 2492 5096
Fax No. :
(852) 2412 0244
(852) 2411 0341
Postal Address :
1/F, Tsuen Wan Multi-storey Carpark Building, 174-208 Castle Peak Road, Tsuen Wan, NT
Location Map Link to GeoInfo Map