Lido Beach in Ting Kau, Tsuen Wan, pictured last year. As well as golden sands, the beach offers volleyball courts, wispy horsetail trees and a sweeping southward vista of the Tsing Ma bridge. Photo: Sam Tsang

How Hong Kong’s Tsuen Wan beaches are returning to former glory as water quality improves

  • Before the 1980s, people from across Kowloon flocked to Tsuen Wan’s seven beaches for their spectacular views before water quality began to deteriorate
  • The situation has vastly improved since 2010 and now the beaches are an attractive destination with a fraction of the crowds of more well-known spots
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Lido Beach in Ting Kau, Tsuen Wan, pictured last year. As well as golden sands, the beach offers volleyball courts, wispy horsetail trees and a sweeping southward vista of the Tsing Ma bridge. Photo: Sam Tsang
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