Tsuen Wan West

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Tsuen Wan West MTR station is on the West Rail Line.


Exit A1 takes you straight into the public transport interchange, i.e., the bus station.

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And these chairs were the most interesting things in view from Exit A1 of Tsuen Wan West MTR station.

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So, I headed outside via Exit D towards Tsuen Wan pier and the waterfront walkway.

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Although it was a rather dull February morning, there were people milling around on this Sunday looking for ferries to take them away.

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A surprising number of fishermen and fisherwomen were trying their luck, but I did not see any fish being landed.

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This is a great place for a walk along the sea front, looking across at Tsing Yi island and watching the working boats (trawlers) coming in. The beautiful Ting Kau Bridge shimmers in the distance.

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Back strolling in front of Exit C1/2, you can see the newer side of Tsuen Wan West including the Nina Tower.

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Continuing alone the Waterfront Walkway I found a 'Cultural Exhibition' promoting local heritage.  This photo celebrates the bamboo scaffolding still used in modern Hong Kong.

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Seating arrangements were unusual, depicting the Horseshoe Crab.

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If you look at the pictographs on this sign board, can you figure out what they stand for? 

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I didn't see many pets on this trip and really wasn't sure what this sign meant.  Still, that's the joy of travelling around Hong Kong!

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© Helen Gray 2019