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Link’s Tuen Mun adventure returns in “Adventure Off We Go!” with experiential activities

Venture into bucolic Tuen Mun by hiking and biking in light travel style

  • ‘3+2’ light travel itinerary provided by Link’s four Tuen Mun shopping malls near “world-class” natural scenery under “Adventure Off We GoAdventure Off We Go” with 3 popular hiking routes and 2 cycling routes

  • Elevated cultural x-bike tours to give city dwellers a taste of nostalgia Tuen Mun covering rural history and local architectural gem, with Japanese-style bikes for rent

HONG KONG, October 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — While Tuen Mun is famous for its unique natural scenery and cultural attractions, these ‘world-class’ Instagrammable spots are located just a stone’s throw from Link’s King Leung Square, Butterfly Square, Fu Tai Shopping Center and Sam Shing Mall, making the bucolic district extremely popular with hikers and cyclists. Until November 30, Tuen Mun Adventure returns to celebrate “Adventure Off We Go” with three must-see highlights routes and two new cycling routes through the cultural heritage of Tuen Mun district. Feel free to mix and match the itineraries of the “3+2” itinerary and soak up the breathtaking sea and mountain views in your daily life.

Tuen Mun Adventure returns with a ‘3+2’ local travel itinerary and series of events around Link’s Leung King Plaza and Butterfly Plaza in Tuen Mun to celebrate ‘Adventure Off We Go’ culture and light travel events .

“3+2” routes from sea to hill with vintage bike tours to explore the hidden stories of Tuen Mun

In addition to three familiar flagship routes, Tuen Mun Adventure is upgraded with 2 newly designed cycling routes in collaboration with a local vintage bike supported by Common Sense, namely “Bike Tour Through Rustic Rural Villages” and “Bike Tour through Fishing Village and Sunset”. Immerse yourself in the anecdotes, culture and history of the local rural villages and fishing village, and folk customs on guided vintage bicycle tours led by an experienced guide. stop King Leung Square and Butterfly Plaza to refuel and immerse yourself in the laid-back vibe on two wheels.

Cultural x cycle routes:

Alpine Cycle Route 1: Bike Tour Through Rustic Rural Villages

Head from Hung Shui Kiu to northwest Tuen Mun and you’ll be amazed by the hottest selfie spot Lam Tei Main Street and nostalgic trails through intimate villages like San Hing Tsuen and Tsz Tin Tsuen, which offer insight into Tuen Mun’s rustic past, architectural features, and natural ecosystem. End the trip in chic local style with a hearty dinner at Leung King Plaza, home to a wide range of restaurants.

Coastal Cycle Route 2: Cycling tour through the fishing village and the sunset

Savor the urban and rural, river and hills of the northwest New Territories along the Tuen Mun River. A leisurely stroll to Hau Kok Tin Hau Temple gives you a timeless view of the century-old seaside buildings and glorious past of the fishing village. While you learn the stories of local family businesses, be sure to pause at Butterfly Plaza before heading to Butterfly Beach, where you can marvel at the Guanyin Statue and the breathtaking sunset over the “west coast” of Hong Kong.

Hiking routes with “world class” panoramas:

Alpine route 1: scan the Lac des Mille-Îles

Tai Lam Chung Reservoir is commonly referred to as the “Thousand Island Lake”. From Fu Tai Mall, walk for about 30 minutes along the Tuen Mun trail to the perfect “rainbow rail”. Continue to ‘Thousand Island Lake’ a three hour walk. The observation deck offers fantastic views.

Coastal Route 2: Travel from Miami to Hong Kong for epic waterfront views

Considered the Miami of Hong Kong, Ho Wo Street is a new meeting place in Tuen Mun. Exit Butterfly Plaza and walk past Butterfly Beach by the sea. Walk along the beachfront stretch of seawall to reach Ho Wo Street for sunset. The 30,000 square foot Butterfly Plaza is Hong Kong’s largest single-story market, housing more than 150 vendors selling quality produce and ingredients – perfect as a supply depot for backpackers.

Coastal Route 3: Revel in five beaches along the coastline

The east coast of Castle Peak Bay is a popular weekend destination for families. Step out of the Sam Shing Mall and drink on the sprawling coastline along Castle Peak Bay, Kadoorie Beach, Old Beach Cafeteria and New Beach Cafeteria. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Golden Beach, where you can indulge in the laid-back and exotic vibe. Dine at one of Sam Shing Mall’s famous seafood restaurants to end your outing on a delicious note.

Interactive events and mobile markets filled with local labels and fall surprises

In addition to the Sea-to-Hill “3+2” routes, thematic markets and happenings around cycling culture have been launched in collaboration with around ten brands:

  • Japanese-style bicycle rental: Rent a vintage Japanese bicycle from Bike The Moment, a local cycling culture promotion group, for a leisurely ride with friends.

  • Coffee workshop: Coffeeholic can’t miss the opportunity to “grind” coffee itself using tools made from bicycle parts.

  • Mobile Bike Market: Explore Alpine and Coastal Regions Tuen Mun on two wheels with rental bike vendors as they share their stories in an unexpected market experience on designated weekends in October.

  • Yama Style Bazaar: Bringing together more than 10 brands, this market offering a curated selection of hiking, camping, cycling and outdoor products is an ideal meeting point for hipsters.

  • Limited Edition Hiking Gear Exchange: Customers registered as a Link member can exchange a limited edition lush green “camping chair with cooler bag” and a limited edition ocean blue “outdoor folding table” with an amount determined expenditure during the promotion period.

Share your “light local travel” style with Tuen Mun Adventure’s first-ever official Instagram account

Tuen Mun Adventure goes multimedia to share event details, “3+2” alpine and coastal routes, and outing ideas via its first-ever official Instagram account @tma.hkinviting all to embrace the beauty of local travel in everyday life and nurture Tuen Mun adventure To register with your “Adventure Off We Go” experience. Be inspired by the travel stories of local explorers Tommi and Kate and create your own memories in Tuen Mun!

Terms and conditions of application. The program is subject to change without notice.

For more details on the event, please visit and “Tuen Mun Adventure” instagram

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About the link

Link Real Estate Investment Trust (hong kong stock code: 823), managed by Link Asset Management Limited, is the largest REIT in Asia, and one of the world’s leading real estate investors and asset managers. Listed in 2005 as the first REIT in hong kong, Link is 100% owned by public and institutional investors and is a constituent stock of the Hang Seng Index. From his house to hong kongLink owns and manages a diversified portfolio comprising retail, parking, office and logistics assets spanning China beijingGreater Bay Area (hong kong, Canton and Shenzhen), and the Yangtze River delta centered around Shanghaithe United Kingdom London and australia sydney and melbourne. Link seeks to extend the growth trajectory of its portfolio and seize opportunities for expansion in different markets in pursuit of its Vision 2025 medium-term goal.

Tuen Mun Adventure Highlights:

Limited Edition Hiking Gear Exchange

E-stamp redemption period: From now until November 20

Gift exchange period: from now until November 30

Withdrawal hours: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Redemption Location: Customer Service Counters at Leung King Plaza and Butterfly Plaza

During the campaign, customers can redeem e-stamp with 3-day HK$50 e-spend at Leung King Plaza and Butterfly Plaza. A designated number of electronic stamps will be redeemable for a corresponding prize.

^Electronic payment methods include credit card, EPS, Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Google Pay, Tap & Go, AlipayHK, WeChat Pay, Octopus or other mobile payment apps.

lush green ‘camping chair with cooler bag’

A total of 25 e-stamps are redeemable for a “Camping Chair with Cooler Bag” inspired by the endless hills of Tuen Mun (600 pieces in total, available on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last).

‘Outdoor Folding Table’ ocean blue

A total of 50 electronic stamps are redeemable for an “outdoor folding table” inlaid with the unique coastline of Tuen Mun (400 pieces in total, available on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last).

Common Sense – Vintage Bike Tour

Event date: November 6 & 12, 2022

Event hours: 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Place of dismissal: Leung King Plaza or Butterfly Plaza

Nomadic bike market

Event date: October 22, 2022

First round location: G/F butterfly market (in addition to the M321 store)

Opening hours of the first round: 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Second round location: Leung King Plaza in G/F Foodie Yard

Second round opening hours: 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Event date: October 23, 2022

Location of the event: Leung King Plaza in G/F Foodie Yard

Event hours: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Participating brands

Themed lifestyle market and Yama-style bazaar market

Event date: October 29 – 30, November 5 – 6 & 12 – 13 & 19 – 20, 2022

Event opening hours: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Location of the event: Leung King Plaza in G/F Foodie Yard

Participating brands

Good Sense – Coffee Workshop

Event date: October 22, 2022

Event hours: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Location of the event: G/F butterfly market (in addition to the M321 store)

Event date: October 23, 2022

Event hours: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Location of the event: Leung King Plaza at 3/F (opposite store L319)

Bike the moment – Japanese style bike rental

Event date: End of November 2022 to end of February 2022

Event hours: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Location of the event: Leung King Plaza in G/F Foodie Yard