Activities & Events | Hong Kong Gold Coast
Activities at the Gold Coast
If you enjoy spending time outdoors, the Gold Coast is the place for you. Here, you can enjoy plots of well-groomed lawns, swim laps in one of the largest outdoor swimming pools in Hong Kong, explore miles and miles of pathways on nearby hillsides and the seaside promenade, and rest on a sandy beach while listening to the lapping waves. This embodies the Gold Coast lifestyle at its best.
Hong Kong Gold Coast has a thriving variety of tree species. Stretching more than 100 metres between the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel and Piazza, this leaf path is imprinted with 20 leaf species gathered from trees around the neighbourhood, bringing a whole new "Nature. Leisure. Pleasure." experience to visitors. The leaf path is also part of Sino Group's "Farm Together" integrated green project, established to plant the seeds of sustainability and grow a brighter future together.
Measuring 20 000 square metres in size. The major facilities include outdoor sport climbing wall; 15-station rope course and children playground.
Hong Kong's first self-sustained sludge treatment facility and one of the most technologically advanced facilities of its kind in the world. You can enjoy a wide range of educational and leisure facilities here, including landscaped garden, roof garden, wetland habitat for wildlife and spa pools.
The city’s first and longest hiking trail, the MacLehose Trail, finishes close to the hotel at Tuen Mun. Named one of the best hikes in the world by the National Geographic Society, guests can hike the 10th and longest stage of the trail 15.6km to Tin Fu Tsai or further, to Route Twisk. The trail runs along reforested hillsides featuring Chinese pines, slash pines, grey gums and lemon-scented gums and promises views of the Tai Lam Chung Reservoir.
Sharks and Pirates
Welcomed by a gigantic shark at the reception area, young guests will be amazed by an interactive ocean illuminated with LED projection where sea animals are vividly shown every time you step into the area. (At Hotel)
Mini Train Ride
Hop on Hong Kong’s first hotel outdoor mini train and enjoy a scenic ride around the beautiful outdoor gardens. Running at a kid-speed pace, the two-wagon trackless train is wonderful entertainment for children, making little train lovers’ dreams come true. (At Hotel)
An organic farm and a herb garden where residents and hotel guests can experience the fun of sustainable farming while helping to protect the environment.
(At Residences & Hotel)
Gold Coast Lawn
Over 50,000 sqft of beautiful lawn offers ample space for sports and relaxation.
Featuring oversized slides, ropes and spinners, Kids Park is designed to keep energetic youngsters fully engaged with endless fun.
(At Residences & Hotel)
Central to the enjoyment of residents and guests, there are palm-fringed pools, big and small, for swimmers and sunbathers.
(At Residences, Club & Hotel)
Residents and their guests can test their tennis prowess
(At Residences & Club)
Luxurious yachts are available for chartering to secluded destinations amidst captivating elegance, comfort and privacy.
Gold Coast Water Park
Featuring colorful water sprayers, showers, soakers and fountains, here is the perfect way to spend summer days.
Siu Lang Shui Butterfly Habitat
Siu Lang Shui Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) is a lowland area which is located at Northwest New Territories, beside Castle Peak. The SSSI used to be a landfill during the 1970s. It was closed and later restored in the 1990s. Taiwan Acacia (Acacia confusa), Ear-leaved Acacia (Acacia auriculiformis), Cadaga (Corymbia torelliana), Brisbane Box (Lophostemon confertus) and other tree species were planted at the site. The first sighting of Danainae overwintering in Siu Lang Shui SSSI was recorded in 1999. Since then, Danainae in aggregation overwintering at Siu Lang Shui SSSI has been reported every year, each time lasting for about 2 to 3 months. According to research, 32,000 to 45,000 butterflies were recorded during the winters from 2002 to 2003 in Siu Lang Shui SSSI.
Jogging trails that fringe the expansive lawn provide both young and senior residents options for a healthy lifestyle
Tuen Mun Park
The nearby Tai Lam Country Park is Hong Kong’s second largest country park, home to the Tai Lam Chung Reservoir, a popular scenic area perfect for shutterbugs.
One of Hong Kong's longest beaches, the Golden Beach offers a vast expanse of white sand fringed by a lush green shoreline.