|Location||47 Shek Pik Reservoir Road|
Lantau Island, Hong Kong
|Coordinates||22°13′28″N 113°53′42″E / 22.2244°N 113.8949°E|
|Security class||Maximum security|
|Managed by||Correctional Services Department|
|Director||Tse Kwok-wai, Senior Superintendent|
|Shek Pik Prison|
|Cantonese Yale||sehk bīk gāam yuhk|
Shek Pik Prison (Chinese: 石壁監獄) is located at 47 Shek Pik Reservoir Road, Shek Pik, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. It was built in 1984, and is managed by the Hong Kong Correctional Services. The prison is used to contain prisoners with medium to long sentences, along with those sentenced to life imprisonment.
Shek Pik Prison officially opened in 1984 as a maximum-security facility with a capacity of 466 prisoners, helping to relieve Stanley Prison. It cost approximately HK$135 million to construct. The prison was built with high-tech security features including a 160-camera video surveillance system and infrared perimeter alarm, as well as a solar energy water heating system, the government's largest such solar energy system at that time.
The prison remains a maximum-security institution. It now has an official capacity of 426.
It is located below the dam of the Shek Pik Reservoir.