From 29 September to 30 November, Link’s “Shatin Outing” campaign invites everyone to explore the origin and unique identity of Sha Tin District. Alongside this programme, Sha Kok Commercial Centre is also unveiling a new recreational area dedicated to art and leisure outside its mushroom-shaped cooked food stalls. This photogenic new area will link and connect communities under the banner of placemaking.
With a new limited-edition travel guide Shatin Outing, visitors to the district can discover exclusive travel tips while experiencing the joy of travelling to an exciting new destination. The book is now up for grabs, alongside $50 cash voucher to be spent at cooked food stalls, a multifunctional outdoor pouch and a new product from French skincare brand Eau Thermale Avène for shoppers who spend a minimum amount at designated shopping centres or markets during the campaign period. Link will also organise a “Mushroom Paintings Exhibition” and a “Camera-friendly Bike Tour”, to celebrate the International Mushroom Day on 15 October. The exhibition will showcase mushroom-shaped artworks co-created by over 100 primary and kindergarten students in Sha Tin from 14 to 16 October outside Sha Kok Commercial Centre.
Shatin Outing guide to local hotspots
The travel guidebook Shatin Outing tells the story of Sha Tin from different angles, covering everything from its origins to instagrammable hideaways such as Lower Shing Mun Reservoir; Tai Wai Pink Footbridge, the Che Kung Temple Sports Centre and the Shing Mun Riverside etc.
Sha Tin District is culture, history, good food, architecture and leisure rolled into one. Every public housing estate in Sha Tin, from Wo Che Estate to Sha Kok Estate and from Hin Keng Estate to Mei Lam Estate, has its own architectural character. Sha Kok Commercial Centre’s iconic cooked food stall, lovingly dubbed the “Mushroom Pavilion”, is a perfect place to savour the myriad tastes of Hong Kong, such as stir-fried dishes, traditional Cantonese cuisine and delectable tea sets.
The Shatin Outing guidebook will be distributed for free at over 30 cafés in Kowloon and the New Territories, including Uchi Coffee and The Alchemist Café in Sha Tin and Coffee Slave in Kwun Tong. Come and grab your copy now!
For more details about the event, please visit: https://www.linkhk.com/en/promotion/503
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Link Real Estate Investment Trust (Hong Kong stock code: 823), managed by Link Asset Management Limited, is the largest REIT in Asia, and a leading real estate investor and asset manager in the world. Listed in 2005 as the first REIT in Hong Kong, Link has been 100% held by public and institutional investors and is a Hang Seng Index constituent stock. From its home in Hong Kong, Link owns and manages a diversified portfolio including retail facilities, car parks, offices and logistics assets spanning China’s Beijing, Greater Bay Area (Hong Kong, Guangzhou and Shenzhen), and Yangtze River Delta centred around Shanghai, the UK’s London and Australia’s Sydney and Melbourne. Link seeks to extend its portfolio growth trajectory and grasp expansion opportunities in different markets in pursuit of its medium-term target Vision 2025.
For details, please visit https://www.linkreit.com.