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Hong Kong Garden
Traditional Chinese豪景花園
Simplified Chinese豪景花园
Block 5 and 6 of Hong Kong Garden

Hong Kong Garden is Tsing Lung Tau's largest private housing estate between Sham Tseng and Tai Lam in Hong Kong. Hong Kong Garden was developed by the property developer Chinachem Group in late 1980s and built in three phases. It has 28 blocks and 2830 flats from 300 sq ft to 1400 sq ft, including The Top and Perfetto.

It is located at 100 Castle Peak Road, Tsing Lung Tau in the New Territories.

Building name (phase 1) Completion
Block 1 1986
Block 2
Block 3
Block 4
Block 5 (Admiralty Heights)
Block 6 (Beverley Heights)
Building name (phase 2) Completion
Block 7 (Carmel Heights) 1987
Block 8 (Dominion Heights)
Block 9 (Estoril Heights)
Block 10 (Fontana Heights) 1988
Block 11 (Grenville Heights)
Block 12 (Hoover Heights)
Building name (phase 3) Completion
Block 13 (Imperial Heights) 1988
Block 14 (Jade Heights)
Block 15 (Yale Villa) 1991
Block 16 (Kingston Heights) 1990
Block 17 (Lincoln Heights)
Block 18 (Manhattan Heights) 1991
Block 19 (The Top-Courser) (Nelly Heights previously) 2002
Block 20 (The Top-Genial) (Orchid Heights previously)
Block 21 (The Top-Palace) (Peony Heights previously)
Block 22 (Queen's Heights) 1990
Block 23 (Regent Heights)
Block 24 (Savoy Heights)
Block 25 (Triumphant Heights) 1989
Block 26 (Unicorn Heights)
Block 27 (Perfetto-Perfetto Posto) (Venus Heights previously) 2010
Block 28 (Perfetto -Perfetto Senso) (Woodland Heights previously)


According to the 2016 by-census, Hong Kong Garden had a population of 7,942. The median age was 42.6 and the majority of residents (89.9 per cent) were of Chinese ethnicity. The average household size was 3 people. The median monthly household income of all households (i.e. including both economically active and inactive households) was HK$45,000.[1]


Hong Kong Garden is located in Tsuen Wan Rural constituency of the Tsuen Wan District Council.[2] It was formerly represented by Ng Hin-lung, who was elected in the 2019 elections until July 2021.[3]


  1. ^ "Major Housing Estates". 2016 Population By-census. Census and Statistics Department. Retrieved 9 August 2021.
  2. ^ "Recommended District Council Constituency Areas (Tsuen Wan District)" (PDF). Electoral Affairs Commission. Retrieved 9 August 2021.
  3. ^ "Tsuen Wan District Council - Tsuen Wan DC Members". District Council. Retrieved 9 August 2021.

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