Yeung Siu Hang Garden is a 3-hectare public park located in the residential town of Tuen Mun in the New Territories, Hong Kong. Tuen Mun was one of the earliest settlements in Hong Kong which can be dated back to the Neolithic period. In the more recent past, it was home to many Tanka fishermen who gathered at the Castle Peak Bay. Tuen Mun is now a modern mainly residential area in north-west New Territories.
In 1965, a "Castle Peak New Town" was planned. It was later renamed to Tuen Mun New Town and implemented from 1970 and many buildings are on the reclamation on the Castle Peak Bay. Its name was officially changed back to Tuen Mun in 1972.
The beautifully landscaped park was built in 1990 and features grassy lawns, covered pathways, walking paths, gazebos, ponds and fountains.
There is also a Tai Chi area, children's playground, benches, and a foot massage area with special tiles installed. The garden's numerous trees and colorful flower boxes make the area serene and tranquil, perfect for relaxing strolls, picnics or just sitting around enjoying a book or the peace and quiet.
In fact, the Yeung Siu Hang Garden has won the Hong Kong Institute of Landscape Architects awards.
The park is located at Yeung Tsing Road in Tuen Mun. It sits right next to the Light Rail Tsing Wun Station, making it very accessible.