Honestly, there is not much to see in this place in which it is a time wasting activity if you visit Hong Kong for a few days. So, I catagorise this place as a non-tourist spot. For whom staying in Hong Kong longer, it may be a good spot to know about the project of the new Hong Kong airport. This spot is actually renowned for photography among locals in Hong Kong. You can have a good viewpoint overviewing The Bridge of Light Green Horse (Tsing Ma Bridge) and Ting Kau Bridge on rooftop of the museum. However, it is closed when raining. I believe that some local TV dramas also took shots around this area including Beautiful Ocean Bay (Hoi Mei Wan Beach) and Ting Kau Beach.
In addition, Goose Sculpture is situated in the proximity of 15 minutes walk and Sham Tseng Chan Kee Roasted Goose / Sham Tseng Chan Kee Roasted Goose is situated in the proximity of 30 minutes walk. Ting Kau Village is nearby. Some paranormal TV documentary is produced in association with the car accident happened at the entrance of the village.
Tue - Fri: 10:00 - 17:00
Weekends and some public holidays: 10:00 - 16:30 (please inquire for further information)
Landline: (852) 2491 9202 / 2491 9227
Address: 401 Castle Peak Road, Ting Kau, New Territories
Official Website: https://www.gohk.gov.hk/eng/welcome/tw_spots.html?spots=1
Tsuen Wan West MTR Exit D is the best option. Turn left on Tai Ho Road (opposite to Tsuen Wan Park Pet Garden) and we will locate the bus terminus after 2 minutes walk. The bus we are going to ride on is KMB Bus 234B. Our destination is Bus stop Hoi Mei Bridge. After we land off the bus, we walk backwards along the coastline and we will see the tiny museum. When finishing our visit, we just simply walk over the bridge and turnaround to find our bus stop (from both sides).
This option is a bit tricky for non-Cantonese speakers. Even I can speak Cantonese and I tried this option, I still need to do some research beforehand to avoid landing off the wrong spot. I actually landed off Tsuen Wan MTR Exit B2. I went the wrong way and it is a long story. Forget about it. What I found out is that I should have found Exit C / Exit B3 (almost the same) and walk downstairs. Turn right and I could actually found Tsuen Wan Multi-storey Carpark Building on the opposite side of Sai Lau Kok Road. Green Minibus 96M on the ground floor of the carpark was the one I was seeking for. However, i guarantee that it is not a sound option for those who is not familiar to some parts of Hong Kong.