Man Tin Cheung Park is located between the San Tin Section of Castle Peak Road and San Tin Highway in San Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong. It covers an area of 2 hectares. It is built to commemorate Man Tin Cheung and is also known as "Man Tin Cheung Park". There is a bronze statue of Man Tin Cheung at the highest point in the park. Behind the statue is a stone stele describing Man Tin Cheung's life and deeds, including the well-known "Song of Righteous Qi". The park was funded by the descendants of the Wen family in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and all walks of life.
Man Tin Cheung Park has basic barrier-free facilities, including entrances and exits, passages, etc. The design does not fully consider the needs of wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility. Most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
Man Tin Cheung Park is far away from the MTR station, and the road section in the park is rugged and difficult to navigate. It is recommended that people in wheelchairs go together with the assistance of their companions.
Address : Yuen Long San Tin
- At the entrance of the park, turn right into the parking lot on Kwudong Road. There is a slope on the right to the park. Although the park has a slope, it is difficult for wheelchair users to get on and off
- Most of the park is still wide and the roads are rough and difficult to walk, so it is generally suitable for wheelchair users;
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps. The ramps are relatively steep, making it difficult for wheelchair users to get on and off
- There are no accessible toilets in the park