Sai Kung is known as the back garden of Hong Kong. The area is full of beautiful natural scenery, and there are no shortage of bustling restaurants and bars, attracting a large number of local residents and foreign tourists. Saigon Waterfront Park is adjacent to the city centre of Saigon, with convenient transportation, and rentable facilities form a corner of its own, allowing you and your guests to enjoy a quiet environment in the middle of the city. There are other unique landscapes in the park that can leave a beautiful image for the couple.
The park is equipped with a number of barrier-free facilities, including entrance and exit design, ramps, accessible toilets and parking spaces for the disabled. The waterfront park and the waterfront promenade are wide and flat. Most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off. Take Exit C2 of Diamond Hill MTR Station, then transfer to bus terminal
From Diamond Hill Station, transfer to bus No. 92, and walk forward from the drop off point to the waterfront promenade.
- Sai Kung Waterfront Park has a wide population of flat roads, and the passages are wide and flat, so wheelchair users can use it alone.
- Sai Kung Waterfront Gardens and waterfront promenade are mostly flat roads, and the passages are wide and flat, so wheelchair users can use them alone.
- There are only a few uneven places, most of which are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
- There is an accessible toilet located on the promenade.
The public car park next to Sai Kung Waterfront Park has two parking spaces dedicated to the disabled