Ap Lei Chau Wind Tower Park is a 2.62 hectare public park with recreational and fitness facilities located at Ap Lei Chau, Aberdeen in the southern part of Hong Kong Island. It was officially opened to the public in 2009 featuring a promenade with traditional fishing harbour theme and a Wind Tower shaped like a traditional fishing junk.
The tower contains a viewing platform which provides spectacular views of the Aberdeen typhoon shelter. It is also equipped with electronic display lights, which change in colour with wind speeds and can be seen from afar. There is also an exhibition gallery with more than 40 exhibits of Hong Kong's traditional fishing and shipbuilding industry.
The park also boasts of pocket gardens, fitness equipment areas, a multi-purpose piazza, fitness corner for the elderly, a jogging trail and sitting out areas offering spectacular harbour views.
The exhibition gallery opens for free from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm daily while other facilities are open 24 hours. Admission and use of facilities are free of charge.
Another nearby attraction is the Shui Yuet Temple, a historic place of worship well-attended by local fishermen. If you are interested in the heritage and religious belief of the fishing community, this place is well worth a visit.
Ap Lei Chau Wind Tower Park is located at Lee Chi Road, Ap Lei Chau, Aberdeen, Southern District, Hong Kong.