New Territories

The New Territories of were leased by China to the British in 1898. Often ignored by travellers who have little time to spare, offer a diverse landscape that takes time to get to know.

Landmarks in the Area

Needle Hill or Cham Shan is a mountain in , .

Grassy Hill is the tenth highest hill in .

Sha Tin, formerly known as Sha Tin Railway Station is a station on the East Rail Line of 's Mass Transit Railway system.

Tai Wai is an interchange station on the East Rail Line and the Ma On Shan Line of the Mass Transit Railway system in .

Sei Fong Shan, officially known as Sze Fong Shan, located in the , is the fourth highest peak in .

Localities in the Area

Sha Tin, also spelt Shatin, is a city along Shing Mun River in Sha Tin District of East New Territories, .

Tsang Tai Uk, also known as Shan Ha Wai, is a Hakka walled village in , and one of the best preserved.

Wong Uk Village is a village at the southwest of Yuen Chau Kok, , , .

Kwai Chung is an urban area within in the of .

Tsuen Wan is a town built on a bay in the Western New Territories of , opposite to Tsing Yi Island across Rambler Channel.

New Territories

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