Island East Sports Centre

Location:
52 Lei King Road, Sai Wan Ho, Hong Kong
Open time:
Daily 7am to 11pm
Maintenance time:
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Introduction

The Sport Centre is equipped with table tennis room, indoor sports climbing wall, dance room, indoor golf room, multi-purpose squash room, fitness room, children's games room, indoor lawn bowls court, indoor swimming pool, activity room, multi-purpose main court and paid parking. There are 2 indoor sports climbing walls, which can only be used with a recognized and valid Level 2 Sports Climbing Certificate or equivalent issued by the relevant National Sports Association, and accompanied by at least one person with equivalent or higher qualifications. The activity room and dance studio are equipped with wall mirrors, railings, audio equipment and floor mats, which can be used for yoga. The indoor bowling alley has four lanes, two of which are equipped with wheelchair ramps for the disabled. The indoor swimming pool has a training pool, a splash pool and a play pool, and the training pool is equipped with a pool lift for the disabled to enter the pool. There are no lockers in the gym, so please keep your personal belongings safe.

Traffic

Ballers by bus can take No. 2, No. 2X, No. 14, No. 18X, No. 77, No. 82, No. 99, No. 102, No. 106, No. 613, No. 682, No. 694, No. 720, which can be boarded at Sai Wan Ho (Grand Promenade). Alternatively, you can take the green minibus No. 20, No. 32, No. 50, No. 65, No. 65X, and get off at the Sai Wan Ho Ferry Pier in Grand Promenade. MTR Sai Wan Ho Station Exit A.

Nearby

Nearby the Sports Centre is the Sai Wan Ho Playground, which is open and sparsely populated. If you want to breathe fresh air and feel the sunshine, you can go to the outdoor tennis court and children's playground to play. In addition to the greenery of the playground like an oasis in the city, you can also go to the nearby Hong Kong Film Archive. There is a small cinema where you can enjoy famous movies from the 80's and 90's when the Hong Kong film industry was at its peak. In addition to watching movies, there are also things to learn about movies, such as the display of special effects props in the movies.

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