Tsuen Wan Chinese Permanent Cemetery (Chinese: 荃灣華人永遠墳場) is a cemetery in Kwai Chung, Hong Kong located adjacent to the Kwai Chung Public Mortuary. It is managed by The Board of Management of the Chinese Permanent Cemeteries (Chinese: 華人永遠墳場管理委員會). It is the second Chinese permanent cemetery in Hong Kong after Aberdeen Chinese Permanent Cemetery and it lies on the slopes between Riviera Gardens and Tsuen Wan Abattoir, facing Gin Drinkers Bay and Rambler Channel.
In terms of administrative divisions, Tsuen Wan District and Kwai Tsing District are bounded by Texaco Road and Tsing Tsuen Bridge. The cemetery is located to the south of the boundary line, so it belongs to Kwai Tsing District.
On 9 August 1935, the Hong Kong Government had approved the land in Tsuen Wan with an area of about 120,000 m2. It was opened on 19 June 1941 and is one of the four Chinese Permanent Cemeteries in Hong Kong.
In order to provide more niches to meet demand, the two columbariums in the cemetery were completed in 1974 and 1987 respectively and the expansion of the first columbarium was completed in 2015, in order to cope with the popularity of cremation niches to bring in high demand.