As a place to live Tsuen Wan's Discovery Park is one of Hong Kong's largest shopping centres, and it is in the heart of the town. Marks & Spencer and many other upscale outlets are there. In addition, there is the ever-popular Tsuen Wan Shopping Plaza and the Luk Yeung Galleria. The Sam Tung Uk Historical Museum and Tsuen Wan's Tin Hau Temple are two of the district's many famous historical landmarks. There are also monasteries in the district. Tsuen Wan is home to the Panda Hotel, one of the largest hotels in Hong Kong, with 1,026 rooms. It is one of the town's landmarks. The new 318.8-metre, 80-storey Nina Tower - actually two towers - is now Tsuen Wan's tallest building. Tsuen Wan and Tsuen Wan West markets are two of the liveliest in the city, and are fun and cost-effective places to shop for groceries. Tsuen Wan is an excellent transport hub. By MTR it takes 35 minutes to get to Central. It takes 30 minutes to get to Tuen Mun by bus during non-peak hours. There are a number of prestigious schools located in and around the Tsuen Wan district. These include the Hoi Pa Street Government Primary School, Tsuen Wan Catholic Primary School, Tsuen Wan Chiu Chow Public School, Tsuen Wan Government Secondary School, Tsuen Wan Public Ho C. Y. Memorial College, Leung Sing Tak College, and the all boys' St Francis Xavier's School.