Cape D'Aguilar Marine Reserve (Chinese: 鶴咀海岸保護區) designated in July 1996, is the only Marine Reserve in Hong Kong, China. It is located at the far south-east corner of Hong Kong Island and covers an area of just 20 hectares mainly between Kau Pei Chau and the rocky coastline. It was designated to protect the rocky shores and the subtidal habitats in the area. Cape D'Aguilar Marine Reserve is managed by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department (AFCD) with on-site
Tung Ping Chau (Chinese: 東平洲) is an island in Hong Kong. It was known as Ping Chau (Chinese: 平洲). Tung(Chinese: 東, meaning east) is prepended to the name so as to avoid possible confusion with Peng Chau, another island in Hong Kong with an identically pronounced name in the Cantonese language. Administratively, the island is part of the Tai Po District in the New Territories. Geographically, Ping Chau is an offshore island located in the northeast corner of Hong Kong in Mirs
Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park (Chinese: 沙洲及龍鼓洲海岸公園) is a marine park located on the west waters of Hong Kong, China. With an area of 1,200 hectares (3,000 acres), the Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park has a variety of sea life due to the richness of nutrients in the water. The islands of Lung Kwu Chau, Sha Chau and Pak Chau (Tree island) are located within the boundaries of the park. The Sha Chau and Lung Kwu Chau Marine Park is located off Hong Kong to the west
Double Haven or Yan Chau Tong (Chinese: 印洲塘) is a harbour enclosed by Double Island, Crescent Island and Crooked Island with north-eastern New Territories, Hong Kong. Parts of the haven fall within Yan Chau Tong Marine Park to protect the wildlife of the marine creatures. It is known for its scenery and natural environment, and for the calm seas from which its English name derives. Double Haven contains many deep red coloured rocks because of
Hoi Ha Wan (Chinese: 海下灣; pinyin: Hǎixià Wān) or Jone's Cove is a bay at the north of Sai Kung Peninsula. It is a marine park in Hong Kong. The location has a high biological value, as it shows significant biodiversity. That is because the Park is a sheltered bay with pristine water quality, so that it provides a good marine environment for housing a great variety of marine organisms. Numerous kinds of corals can be ascertained under the sea, and it is a hot spot for diving.
The Marine Parks Ordinance protects and conserves the marine environment and a rich collection of aquatic animals and plants, such as corals, sea grasses and dolphins. The ordinance also provides the legal framework for the designation, control and management of marine parks and marine reserves. The Marine Parks and Marine Reserve Regulation provides for the prohibition and control of certain activities in marine parks and marine reserve. The Marine Parks Hoi Ha Wan Yan Chau