Outdoor
18.3
PM2.5 µg/m3
22°C
Temperature
91%
Relative Humidity
Indoor

Recently updated on: 22.02.2024, 5:30am

Recently updated on: 22.2.2024, 5:33am

AIRSIDE CAR PARK
794
MOTORCYCLE
87
EV MEDIUM CHARGING
216
EV FAST CHARGING
11
BICYCLE SLOTS
46
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Background

San Po Kong was officially named in 1959, and full development began after 1960, with a primary focus on industrial and residential purposes. Despite its small size, San Po Kong is notable for the abundance of trees planted in small gardens, making it an ideal location for tree appreciation and guided tours. This tree-guided tour sets off from the southern part of San Po Kong, focussing on trees nestled in the gardens and parks along Prince Edward Road East, Choi Hung Road, King Fuk Street, Yin Hing Street, and Yan Oi Street. Along the way, visitors will uncover the story of tree planting, while learning about the history of San Po Kong's development, making this an inspiring exploration in the relationship among the environment, people, and trees.
AIRSIDE
Prince Edward Road East - Sterculia lanceolata
Prince Edward Road East - Paperbark
Prince Edward Road East - Spider tree
Prince Edward Road East - Lebbeck Tree
King Fook Street - Chinese banyan
King Fook Street - Candlenut
Paris Theatre
Choi Hung Road - Cotton tree
Choi Hung Road - Chinese fan palm
Yan Oi Street - Ailanthus Green
Yin Hing Street - Council tree
Hong Keung Street - Liquidambar formosana
Central Origin Company Limited
Ritz Theatre
Kai Tak Amusement Park
Red A Factory