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Park Island Building and Resort Management

I must say, the building management on Park Island is among the best I have ever seen in Hong Kong. All of the Park Island complex and resort facilities are managed by: Kai Shing Management Services Limited Park Island Management Services Office Tel : 29863800 Fax : 29863899 The Office is on the right side up the escalator steps quite close to where the Ferry Terminal is. I am not sure, but I suspect they might be a subsidiary company of Sun Hung Kai. Every security guard at the lobby of each building seems very well dressed, helpful, and professionally trained. The only criticism I have is that for some of them, their English is not great, but that is of course to be expected, given what they are paid. The flowers and gardens around Park Island are kept in immaculate condition. Indeed some people would say that everything looks almost too perfect! You never ever see any rubbish on Park Island - again, the cleaners are doing a fantastic job. Even the main beach on Park Island is

Weekends on Park Island brings lots of visitors. What do visitors do on Park Island?

On weekends many visitors from other parts of HK come to visit Park Island. Some come by bus, and others take the ferry. What do visitors do on Park Island? -They go to one of the beaches and swim, and sunbathe. -They go to some of the many bars, restaurants or cafes. Especially popular are the ones that face out over the beach. -They visit some of the parks and nature reserves on Park Island, or go hiking. -Some will bring their dogs, and let their dogs run free on some of the beaches designated as "dog beaches" where dogs are allowed to run freely. -Spa and massage - Park Island has some top end spas, where a massage will cost you around HKD $700. On the village in Ma Wan, you can get traditional foot massages for around HKD $80 an hour. -Seafood - thoes in the know, will visit one of the many local Chinese resataurants in the village part of the island. The crabs, seafood, steamed fish, shrimps, etc are all excellent. -Visit Noah's Ark. This theme park is supri