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HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

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  • [Other] HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

    Stage 2 public Engagement (consultation) is now underway, HK gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay.

    The potential reclamation site at Sunny Bay can be developed as an entertainment and business node of regional significance, which will foster the sustainable economic development of Lantau and Hong Kong.
    They might start work on reclamation as early as 2016 and to be completed by 2019.

    The new supply of reclaimed land might be used for purposes compatible with tourism and recreation in future.

    i don't rule out the possibility of another theme park, or some entertainment facilities related to supporting theme park.

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    An old pic (some yrs ago) depicting HKDL Resort with 2 parks, 3rd gate and possibly 4th gate (vacant land) and a large entertainment district at Sunny Bay
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      Re: HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

      Is that an extremely early concept? HKDL doesn't even look like it did at opening in the model. If that's the case, then that may not be the scale of the second gate. Especially not with all that land behind it

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        Re: HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

        Yes, the last pic is an extremely early conceptual design. The vacant land behind gate 2 is still ocean water. (Land for gate 2 has been reclaimed)

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            Re: HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

            But who knows? Maybe they could have a spectacular second gate and have a land that would appropriately take advantage of the view. Like if they built a Marvel land, it could use the shoreline and view of the city to create a grander NYC/Manhattan area. If they built a boardwalk themed area, the same.

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              Re: HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

              Instead of reclaiming the land, how about an underwater theme park?

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                Re: HK Gov plans to reclaim 60-100 hectare of land at Sunny Bay

                There will be no "ocean view" hotels. In Hong Kong there are only "harbour" views. The vast water near Hong Kong is the South China Sea, so no ocean views here either. They are sea views.

                The reclaimed land will be for a destination hotel style resort aimed at mainland tourists that desire a less than 5 star experience. The idea will have shopping, fancy pools (though few mainlanders can swim), and theater style entertainment. It will of course offer foods preferred by tourists, and that will suck diners from the HKDL resort.

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