Many bloggers have written about Tsuen Wan being one of the most buzzing neighborhoods in the New Territories over the years after being a collection of villages. Such history has come with another great advantage – diverse variety of cuisines. Thanks to the city developer, the unique design of the city has made it easier for visitors to travel in the neighborhood by connecting all shopping malls using the Tsuen Wan Town Footbridge Network. This allows visitors reaching different corners of the community without having to run against the traffic or extreme weather.
So, the question left is how we could travel to Tsuen Wan, given that some of the population live quite far away from the Tsuen Wan West District. The first option is driving if you are a car owner. Finding a parking at the Tsuen Wan West District is not so much a pain. Almost all shopping malls in the area comes with plenty of parking spaces. For example, Nina Mall offers approximately 400 parking spots. Not to mention that visitors may redeem parking privileges by presenting same-day electronic spending receipts at the concierge. My tip for you is to register as a Nina Club member to enjoy exclusive privileges using the Nina Club app. In the app, you would be able to check the carpark real time vacancy as well.
Second option, of course, is public transportation systems. There are multiple public transportation routes to reach different part of the city. Buses, minibuses and even ferries are all available. If you are travelling by public transport, I would recommend doing research on the area and creating a travel plan to help determine which public transport and which route to take.