Scenery Beyond the Park
Tung Wan Beach
The beach with a difference! Located alongside the Noah's Ark theme park, Tung Wan Beach is a flat stretch of fine golden sand with superb views of Tsing Ma Bridge, Ting Kau Bridge and passing ships – a real pleasure for photographers, couples and families!
Tsing Ma Bridge
An iconic Hong Kong landmark, the magnificent Tsing Ma Bridge is the world's longest spanning suspension bridge carrying both road and rail traffic. From Noah's Ark on Ma Wan Island, discover the best viewpoints of the bridge and take dazzling panoramic shots for your camera.
Mangrove and Typhoon Shelter
Mangrove is an important ecosystem supporting many living organisms and acting as a shelter for residents against natural disasters. Ma Wan Island’s mangrove and typhoon shelter is also an amazing location to enjoy the sunset.
Tai Leng Tau Hiking Trail
Tai Leng Tau is a 69 meter high hill located at the southern part of Ma Wan Island. After walking up the short and easy hiking trail, you can enjoy phenomenal views of Tang Lung Chau island and Ma Wan Channel. Following the path to discover hidden shoreline and the enchanting scenery of a little bamboo forest along the way, and gaze out over the stunning views of the island’s coastline along the impressive Tsing Ma Bridge from high on.
Fong Yuen Study Hall (Seniro Fong Yuen)
Located in Tin Liu Village Ma Wan, Fong Yuen Study Hall, formerly named “Chan Study Hall”, was first built by the Chan clan before the 1900s as a small rural private school. In the 1920s to 30s, the Chan Study Hall was rebuilt into a two-storey building with a mix of Chinese and Western characteristics and renamed as "Fong Yuen Study Hall" (also nicknamed as "Senior Fong Yuen (大芳園”). It was the first and the only primary school on the island at the very beginning. With the expansion of the village, a second single-storey Fong Yuen Study Hall also nicknamed as "Junior Fong Yuen" (小芳園) was built nearby, which is now preserved in-situ and converted to Ma Wan Heritage Centre. In 2008, the original Fong Yuen Study Hall (Senior Fong Yuen) was selected as the first batch of buildings for the “Revitalizing Historic Buildings through Partnership.
Ma Wan Fishing Rafts (Fish Culture Zone)
Ma Wan Fish Culture Zone is located alongside Tam Shui Wan and Shek Tsai Wan at the west shore of Ma Wan. The rafts are used by fishermen to keep fish before taking them to market. From the fishing rafts, one can enjoy the magnificent view of the West Coast, making this one of the best locations to catch the sunset