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Public Housing Estates On Tsing Yi Island - Tsing Yi Estate
... Tsing Yi Estate (Chinese 青衣邨) is the only public housing estate on Tsing Yi Island which name does not start with the character Cheung (長) ... This is due to the fact that the estate was named in the memory of Tsing Yi Town (青衣墟), a traditional market town which was demolished in the 1980s to make way for new ... Since the estate was situated at the seaside of old Tsing Yi Town, part of it is built on reclaimed land ...
Tsing Shan Tsuen Stop
... The Tsing Shan Tsuen Stop (Chinese 青山村站) is one of a MTR Light Rail stops ... It is located on the ground at the junction of Tsing Wun Road (Chinese 青雲路) and Yip Wong Road (Chinese 業旺路), east of Tsing Shan Tsuen (Chinese 青山村) and west ... It serves Tsing Shan Tsuen, Tuen Mun Kau Hui (Chinese 屯門舊墟) and nearby industrial areas ...
Sai Shan
... Shan (Chinese 細山) is a hill behind Mayfair Gardens on the Tsing Yi Island of Hong Kong ... The hill is east of and beneath the northern peak of Tsing Yi Peak ... A village, Sai Shan Village is in the valley between Sai Shan and Tsing Yi Peak ...
Cheung Tsing Bridge
... Cheung Tsing Bridge, formally Rambler Channel Bridge, is a bridge crossing Rambler Channel in Hong Kong, connecting Cheung Tsing Tunnel on Tsing Yi Island and Kwai Chung ... It is part of Tsing Kwai Highway of Route 3 ... The bridge was later given the name Cheung Tsing because of its proximity to Cheung Ching Estate and Cheung Tsing Tunnel ...
Tsing Chau Tsai Peninsula
... Tsing Chau Tsai Peninsula (Chinese 青洲仔半島) is the peninsula located at the northeast of Lantau Island, New Territories, Hong Kong, including Yam O, To Kau Wan, Tai Tsing Chau, Tsing Chau Tsai and Penny ...