Ferry Pier

About this site

Ferry Pier is a hyperlocal site about the area with the same name in Tuen Mun, Hong Kong.

Housing estates

Image: view of Tuen Mun Ferry Pier housing estates from the water. Housing estates in the Tuen Mun Ferry Pier area viewed as seen from the water with Castle Peak on the left.

Housing estates in the Tuen Mun Ferry Pier area were generally occupied in the late 1980s/early 1990s with the exception of Melody Garden (1983), consist of blocks of around 30 floors (28 to 30), and have plus (+) shaped floor plans with the exception of Miami Beach Towers.^^^^^

Viewings (day, night) are recommended for obtaining a better idea of the area, properties, and amenities given the variations between the housing estates. Real estate agents are present in the area, particularly in the shopping centres.

Marina Garden

Marina Garden (280 Wu Chui Road) was occupied in November 1991 and consists of five blocks, four with 31 floors and one with 30 floors, and 14 houses.^

Miami Beach Towers

Miami Beach Towers (268 Wu Chui Road) was occupied in November 1991 and consists of six blocks, four with 30 floors and two with 29 floors.^

Pierhead Garden

Pierhead Garden (168-236 Wu Chui Road) was occupied in August 1988, consists of six blocks, five with 30 floors and one with 29 floors.^ Pierhead Garden sits above the Ocean Walk shopping centre and ground transportation hub (taxis, light rail, buses) for the Tuen Mun Ferry Pier area.

Richland Garden

Richland Garden (138 Wu Chui Road) was occupied in March 1992 and consists of four blocks, each with 28 floors.^ Richland Garden sits above a shopping center.

Melody Garden

Melody Garden (2 Wu Chui Road) was occupied in June 1983 and consists of 10 blocks, each with 28 floors.^ Melody Garden has a shopping centre and light rail stop (Melody Garden on 610, 615, 615P) in the area.

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Tuen Mun Promenade featured on CNNGo

See Christopher DeWolf's piece on “Hong Kong's most beautiful alternate waterfronts (March 21, 2011)”.