Tung Chung CLC Visit to CLC Tung Chung East Promenade Event Highlights Adverse Weather Arrangements Opening Hours and Transport

To enhance communication with the public, the Sustainable Lantau Office (SLO) of the Civil Engineering and Development Department has set up the Tung Chung Community Liaison Centre (CLC) at 13 Tung Chung Waterfront Road, Tung Chung at the end of 2021. The CLC was constructed through renovation and modification of an unused site office. Its architectural design is in harmony with the adjoining Tung Chung East Promenade. Various themed exhibition areas were set up inside the CLC. Visitors can know more about the development projects and conservation works/initiatives of SLO as well as the nature, culture and history in Lantau, through various interactive exhibits and models. Apart from allowing the public to visit, the Atrium and a meeting room inside the CLC are open for non-Governmental organizations and schools to use free of charge, by reservation, for organizing activities/events, so as to share the space for public enjoyment. About 3,000 square feet of area at 11 Tung Chung Waterfront Road is used as the CLC Extension which has been opened in January 2023, with a themed exhibition area and an interactive drawing game area “Wonderful Lantau”, to provide more spaces for different exhibitions and activities, with the theme of conservation and sustainable Lantau in particular.

Visit to CLC

Free Admission

In the CLC, visitors can know more about the development projects and conservation works/initiatives of SLO as well as the nature, culture and history in Lantau, through various interactive exhibits and models.

Guided Tour

Guided tour service is available free of charge by on-line reservation so as to provide visitors with more in-depth understanding of the development projects and conservation works/initiatives of SLO.

Walk-in Visit

Visitors can enjoy all interactive exhibits and models freely in the CLC during the following hours :

Opening Hours

March 9 March 2024 (Sat) 09:00 - 17:00
10 March 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00
17 March 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00
24 March 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00
31 March 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00

April 7 April 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00
13 March 2024 (Sat) 09:00 - 17:00
14 March 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00
20 March 2024 (Sat) 14:00 - 17:00
27 March 2024 (Sat) 09:00 - 17:00
28 March 2024 (Sun) 09:00 - 17:00


Visit to CLC Extension

Walk-in Visit

Tuesday – Sunday (Close on Mondays
and public holidays): 09:00 - 17:00


Venue Booking

Atrium and Meeting Room

Apart from allowing the public to visit, the Atrium and a meeting room inside the CLC are open for non-Governmental organizations and schools to use free of charge, by reservation, for organizing activities/events, so as to share the space for public enjoyment.


Tung Chung East Promenade

Tung Chung East Promenade is about 400m in length. Adopting an “incremental approach”, the promenade has been opened in phases. While the first two sections of the promenade (about 155m) have been opened since the end of 2021 to allow early enjoyment of the promenade by the public, the remaining section has also been opened since January 2023. Various sustainable features and design concepts are adopted in the promenade, to promote carbon neutrality, biodiversity, reduce waste, and beautify the environment, etc. It connects to the Tung Chung Development Pier in the west. Here, you can sit, run, ride your bike, and walk with your pets. Everyone can enjoy the waterfront freely in a mutual respect environment.



Sustainable Features

A. ‘Biochar’ in Sustainable Construction and Planting

This demonstration project is in collaboration with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. It produced through 3D printing techniques. The biochar is created by biomass waste, which, when combined with concrete, serves to reduce carbon emissions. Adding biochar to the soil in the planters can benefit plant growth and increase biodiversity.
B. Rain Garden
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When it rains, rainwater is collected by the drainage system beneath the rain garden. The plants in the garden absorb a portion of the collected rainwater, while the rest is purified and processed before being directed to underground drainage. This system serves as an ecologically sustainable means of rainwater control and utilization, reducing the demand for irrigation water, and alleviate issues of waterlogging. In the long run, it can aid in effective management of water resources and improving overall water quality.
C. Bird Nesting Box

To integrate biodiversity in the renovation of CLC Extension Building, artificial bird nesting structures were installed at high points of the building as a trial. These nesting structures would provide accommodations for urban birds, such as sparrows and house swifts, attracting biodiversity to CLC Extension and Promenade in complementary with the greening work at the area.
D. Small Nursery

A Small nursery located in the promenade currently hosts a diverse range of flora, encompassing both ornamental and fruit-bearing species. Its primary objectives are to foster civic enthusiasm towards horticulture and greenery, and to impart fundamental botanical knowledge to future generations.
E. Aquaponics Exhibition Area

Microorganisms in the aquaponic system convert wastes from the fishes into nutrients that can be used by plants. The plants extract the nutrients from the water to grow and clean the water for the fish. This is an environmentally friendly system that can cut costs and pollution by reducing the amount of fertilizer used and waste produced.
F. Zero Irrigation System

Zero Irrigation System comprises a wicking mechanism which is a self-sustained and passive design to deliver the storm water stored in the water retention cells to the vegetation through capillary action and minimize topsoil evaporation.

Distinctive Design

G. Large-scale Word Art
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There are two different interesting signage designs at the Main Entrance and the West Entrance. Dot matrix is the main theme for the Main Entrance signage, with colorful pins attached to a dark blackboard. It is huge and eye catching, people can easily identify the entrance for the Promenade even across the road. At the West Entrance, a 1.8m high colorful signage is erected for people to take photos.
H. Trellis in Cloud Shape
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A sculptural form trellis is designed at the Promenade right next to the Rain Garden, which provides sun-shading seating area for people to enjoy the sea-view.
I. Sculptural Pavilion in House Shape
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There are four pavilions along the promenade immediately abutting the edge of the seawall. People can take pictures or rest inside while enjoying the beautiful seaside view.
J. Sakura Deck

Right next to the CLC Extension and the main entrance, a raised Sakura Deck is designed to welcome and bringing in seasonal photo shooting spots for our visitors.
K. “All in One @ Tung Chung” Mural Painting
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The mural was conceptualized and created by a local illustrator Ms. Apple Tong, with the participation of residents of Tung Chung in the coloring process, symbolizing harmony and inclusivity of the community. The vibrantly colored mural provides a vivid portrayal of Tung Chung's distinctive characteristics and notable landmarks, offering an ideal backdrop for visitors to capture memorable moments through photography.

Venue Facilities

L. Multi-purpose Skateboarding Rink

A Multi-purpose Skateboarding Rink is equipped in the promenade, catering to enthusiasts of skateboarding, scooter riding, and roller skating. The park features a simplistic design that allows beginners to try practicing basic moves here.
M. Gym and Playground
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The venue is equipped with basic fitness equipment and playground facilities, allowing citizens of different ages to share the space.
N. Multipurpose Lawn with Amphitheatre

The general public has the option to engage in various activities such as picnicking, socializing, and playing on the Multipurpose Lawn. With an area of not less than 30 x 13 meters, it can furthermore be utilized to host modestly sized events, with an adjacent open-air theater that can be used as seating for spectators.

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Inclement Weather Arrangements for the CLC and Promenade

Typhoon Signal No.8
or above
The CLC and promenade will be closed. The CLC and promenade will be re-opened within 2 hours if the signal is cancelled or lowered to Signal No.3 or below as conditions allow. If the signal is lowered less than 2 hours before the normal closing time, the CLC and promenade will remain closed that day.

Black Rainstorm Warning If the warning is issued during normal opening hours, the CLC will remain open. If the warning is issued before the CLC and promenade open, the CLC and promenade will be closed until the warning is cancelled.

The CLC and promenade will be re-opened within 2 hours if the warning is cancelled as conditions allow. If the warning is cancelled less than 2 hours before the normal closing time, the CLC and promenade will remain closed that day.


Walk to the promenade and CLC

10-15 minutes walk from Tung Chung MTR Station Exit C; 3 minutes walk from Tung Chung Development Pier



Public Transport (The following information is for reference only)

Buses Wai Tung Road (Bus Stop name: Seaview Crescent)
  • from Kowloon: E21A, E21D, E23A
  • from Hong Kong Island: E11A, 11B
  • from New Territories: E22S, E32A, 36A, E43
  • from Lantau: S52A, S56, S64P, 37, 37H
  • Ferry Tung Chung Development Pier
  • Tuen Mun – Tung Chung – Sha Lo Wan – Tai O Ferry
    (schedule details click here)
  • MTR Tung Chung Station Exit C

    Other transportation

    By car Carpark nearby
  • Citygate Outlets Car Park
  • Coastal Skyline Car Park
  • Address: 11 & 13 Tung Chung Waterfront Road, Tung Chung
    Enquiry: (852) 2195 0819