Hong Kong is home to some of the most exciting shopping malls in the region, and the newer ones place as much emphasis on nature and the outdoors, as they do on indoor activities. Case in point: the upcoming Go Park Sai Sha, which is scheduled to open this year. The sprawling complex will have leisure, sports, and dining experiences within a commercial sports complex and a facility with outdoor sports amenities.

Where is Go Park Sai Sha?

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Go Park Sai Sha is situated between Wu Kai Sha and Sai Kung. The entire area comprising the commercial complex Go Park Sai Sha and the Sports Park Sai Sha is between Sai Sha Road and Hoi Ying Road. The venue will connect communities in the New Territories neighbourhoods of Wu Kai Sha, Tai Mong Tsai, Ma On Shan, Sai Kung, Sha Tin, and Tai Po.

When will Go Park Sai Sha open?

The first phase of Go Park Sai Sha is scheduled to be complete in June 2024, but the official opening date has not yet been announced. Sports Park Sai Sha will begin its trial run in late June, and will open completely between July and September 2024.

What’s in Go Park Sai Sha?

Sports Park Sai Sha

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Visitors to Go Sports Park can play anything from tennis and rubgy, to golf and pickleball (© Sports Park Sai Sha)

The 1 million square feet Sports Park Sai Sha has a variety of outdoor sporting options — think golf, tennis, football, rugby, five-a-side baseball, three-on-three basketball, roller skating, cycling, padel tennis, pickleball, and lacrosse. It has the only public golf range in the city with Trackman radar technology on each of its 70 bays, as well as the only dedicated pickleball courts in Hong Kong.

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Go Park Sai Sha AXA Dreamland

This 24,000-square-foot indoor sports facility and performance space can accommodate 1,500 spectators, making it a great venue for small- and medium-sized concerts and sports competitions. Keep an eye on their socials for upcoming events.

Just Climb

If you’re into indoor climbing, chances are you would have heard of Just Climb — the rock-climbing gym with branches across Hong Kong. Once Go Park Sai Sha opens, you can head to their indoor and outdoor sites to take part in courses supervised by professionals.

Super Motion

The 24-hour gym spanning 6,000 square feet will host yoga, dance, and fitness classes. Sign up for sessions to get fit and make fitness friends in the bargain!

Sign up for a yoga or rock climbing class (© Go Park Sai Sha, Just Climb)

Hong Kong Fencing School

The Hong Kong Fencing School, founded by ex-Hong Kong fencing team coach Tsan Wong, is opening its first school in the New Territories here. The school has seen over 50 of its students make it to the Hong Kong fencing squad, including Olympic gold medallist Cheung Ka-long.

Sports Park Bistro

Eat healthy at the Sports Park Bistro, which serves up meals tailored to meet the nutritional requirements of athletes and recommended by nutritionists. These hearty meals will do the trick, whether you’re here for a solo sports session or on a family outing.

How can I get to Go Park Sai Sha?

  • MTR: It’s a four-minute drive to get to Go Park from the Wu Kai Sha MTR Station on the Tuen Ma Line, and eight minutes from the University Station on the East Rail Line. 
  • Bus: Take the KMB bus on Route 287 (University-Shap Sze Heung stations), the Citybus Route 581 (Sai Sha-Wu Kai Sha stations), or Citybus Route 582 at the Ma On Shan City Centre (Pak Shek Kok Fo Shing Road Public Transport Interchange-Shap Sze Heung).
  • Minibus: Hop on board the minibuses running between Wu Kai Sha station, Ma On Shan Town Center, University station, and Sha Tin.
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From the Middle East to the Far East and a couple of places in between, Anjali has lived in no fewer than seven cities in Asia, and has travelled extensively in the region. She worked as a lifestyle journalist in India before coming to Hong Kong, where her favourite thing to do is island-hopping with her daughter. You can check out her musings on motherhood, courtesy her Instagram profile.

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