The Hong Kong Science Park is a research and science complex located in Pak Shek Kok, New Territories, Hong Kong. The world-class infrastructure sits on a 22-hectare site on the Tolo Harbour waterfront. It is adjacent to the Chinese University of Hong Kong in Ma Liu Shui.
The complex currently consists of 26 state-of-the-art buildings on its Phases 1 and 2. More developments will rise as Phase 3 is being constructed and is expected to be completed in 2016.
The science park provides a knowledge-based and campus-like environment and features research and development offices and laboratories. It also offers a venue for meetings, incentives, conferences, and exhibitions.
One of the most popular structures at the Hong Kong Science Park is the Charles K. Kao Auditorium which has the shape of a golden egg on stilts. The auditorium is named in honor of Charles Kuen Kao, a Nobel Prize-winning electrical engineer, and physicist who pioneered in the development and use of fiber optics in telecommunications.
The park also has retail shops, food, and beverage outlets and a clubhouse, providing tenant companies and visitors access to everything they may need on-site.
Hong Kong Science Park is 5-minute away from MTR University Station by taking 272K and 10-minute away from MTR Shatin Station (Pai Tau Street, near to IKEA) by taking minibus route number 27.