Latest arrangements on LCSD leisure venues and sports facilities (Updated on 20/1/2022)
In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, the Government has announced that tightened social distancing measures are extended until February 3. Most of the leisure venues/facilities continue to be temporarily closed and all recreational and sports programmes to be held in the above period are also cancelled.
Outdoor and indoor leisure and sports venues are temporarily closed
Outdoor leisure venues/facilities continue to be temporarily closed, including tennis courts, bowling greens, sports grounds, Ngau Chi Wan Park Archery Range, Shek O Obstacle Golf Course, Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre, hard-surface/ sand/ grass pitches, gateball courts, table tennis tables, skateparks, roller skating rinks, roller hockey grounds, skateboard grounds, outdoor fitness equipment, model car play areas, model boat pools, cycling facilities (except for cycle paths), outdoor children play facilities (including tricycling area, outdoor children playgrounds, road safety towns), pebble walking trails, chess tables, amphitheatres, public swimming pools and water sports centres. Lifeguard services at those gazetted beaches which were originally open during the winter period, including Deep Water Bay Beach, Clear Water Bay Second Beach, Silverstrand Beach and Golden Beach, continue to be suspended.
All indoor sports facilities including sports centres, squash centres and badminton centres also continue to be closed.
Some outdoor areas remain open
Passive/Amenity areas at the LCSD's parks (such as lawns and benches in parks) and outdoor jogging tracks at parks continue to remain open.
Application for some venues and activities are suspended
Application for use of amphitheatres non-fee charging leisure venues for non-designated use/sales activities and application from schools or organisations on road safety towns will continue to be suspended until further notice.
Standby arrangement for non-fee charging land recreation and sports facilities is suspended from January 20 until further notice.
For refund arrangements in relation to venue closures, the hirer may submit a completed refund application form together with the original booking permit to the LCSD booking office at a District Leisure Services Office or to relevant leisure venues by post. The application form can be downloaded from the LCSD website.
LCSD 's Edutainment Channel
During the venue closure period, members of the public can visit the LCSD 's Edutainment Channel, an one-stop online platform covering informative and learning materials on aspects of culture and leisure, to participate the online programmes of "vis-a-vis +01" series and access its videos on various fields including culture, arts and sports.