Tsuen Wan Waterfront Park was opened on May 19, 1990. The park was built by the developer of the Riviera Gardens at a cost of over 60 million yuan. The seaside park is built along the coast, covering an area of 4.5 hectares, most of which is reclaimed land. The recreational facilities in Tsuen Wan Waterfront Park are for people of different ages, including a natural grass soccer field and a stand with a capacity of 300 spectators, 4 tennis courts, a standard basketball and volleyball court, a gateball court, and Unique children's amusement facilities. There is a jogging track along the waterfront of the park, along with multiple fitness stations, cobble walking trails and fitness facilities for the elderly.
There are a number of barrier-free facilities in Tsuen Wan Waterfront Park, including ramps for entrances and exits, passages, and accessible toilets. All areas are designed with wide access roads. Most of the uneven places are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, which is suitable for wheelchair users. Can go up and down easily.
Facing the Rambler Strait, Tsuen Wan Waterfront Park is spacious and well-equipped for wheelchair users.
Route 38A (from Mei Foo to Riviera Gardens)
Route No. 238M (From Tsuen Wan MTR Station to Riviera Gardens)
Route 238X (from China Hong Kong Ferry Terminal to Riviera Garden)
Route No. 99 (From Tsuen Wan Ferry Pier to Riviera Gardens)
Route 404M (From Kwai Fong MTR Station to Riviera Gardens)
Route 310M (From Tsing Yi Airport Railway Station to Riviera Gardens)
The Riviera Garden has 2 main entrances, and there is a ramp near the entrance of the Riviera Garden, which is more suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- Most areas of Tsuen Wan Waterfront Park are designed with wide passages, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons to enter and exit
- Slope is relatively flat, wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility can easily get on and off
- Tsuen Wan Riviera Park has accessible toilets