Fans turn out to watch a test event in 2016 at the proposed water sports centre in Kai Tak. Photo: HKWSC

Kai Tak Water Sports Centre targets mid-2020 opening, with government set to approve five-year land lease

  • Hong Kong Water Sports Council vice-chairman Mike Tanner says he expects the Home Affairs Bureau to grant the tenancy within the next few months
  • The centre will cater to flat-water sports such as dragon boating, rowing, canoeing and live saving
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Fans turn out to watch a test event in 2016 at the proposed water sports centre in Kai Tak. Photo: HKWSC
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