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 is currently consisted 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 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.