Tide Cove

Tide Cove today

Sha Tin Hoi / Sha Tin Sea (Chinese: 沙田海) or Tide Cove is a cove at the mouth of the Shing Mun River. It is between Ma Liu Shui and Ma On Shan.[1] The cove is open to Tolo Harbour (Tai Po Hoi). It was largely reclaimed for the development of Sha Tin New Town.

Tide Cove may shrink further in the future, as the government is exploring further land reclamation at Ma Liu Shui.[2]

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  1. ^ Chensong. "Sha Tin Hoi | Tolo Harbour | Plover Cove Reservoir 沙田海 | 吐露港 | 船灣淡水湖 | The Hong Kong Less Traveled". Retrieved 2017-12-21.
  2. ^ "Enhancing Land Supply Strategy - Reclamation outside Victoria Harbour and Rock Cavern Development". Civil Engineering and Development Department. Retrieved 29 July 2015.

Coordinates: 22°25′01″N114°13′09″E / 22.41694°N 114.21917°E / 22.41694; 114.21917

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