What is Discovery Bay really about?
Discovery Bay (DB, Chinese: 愉景灣) is a community in itself, DB is child friendly and pet friendly and is often referred to as "Delivery Bay or Dogs and Babies". DB has 4 sports clubs including the Golf Club and Marina Clubs as well as 2 sports recreational clubs. There over 20 different international cuisine restaurants, 2 large supermarkets and various other shops all within easy access anywhere in DB.
DB has a no cars policy, so only vehicles with permission can enter the residential area, although outside taxis are allowed to drop you off at the North Plaza. External buses and the ferries provide an efficient and easy transport system to take you out of Discovery Bay into Hong Kong or the New Territories.
Discovery Bay is situated on the east coast of Lantau island in Hong Kong. Living in Discovery Bay is a unique experience. The lifestyle is exceptional and far removed from the hectic buzz of Hong Kong Island or Kowloon.
There are green spaces everywhere and we even have our own running rock pools where the water is cold and clear. DB also has an extensive walking/hiking and running trail system leading to Mui Wo, Tung Chung and even Disney Land. There are many outdoor activities available for all ages including swimming, running mountain biking, mountain trailing, road biking, triathlons, water activities and many more.which makes the town ideal for those who love the outdoors. The beach is wide and the perfect place to relax by the water. There is also an excellent 27-hole golf course at the top of DB. Hong Kong Disneyland is just 2km from Discovery Bay.
Discovery Bay is very much a resort living lifestyle and a much welcome break form the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. Although if you decide you want some Hustle and Bustle in your life, Hong Kong is only a 25 minute comfortable ferry ride to Hong Kong.
The development spans an area of 650 hectares (1,600 acres), and includes two bays, the Tai Pak Bay (大白灣) and Yi Pak Bay (二白灣).
DB currently (March 2017) consists of 15 residential development phases with properties ranging from garden houses to high-rise towers of up to 28 storeys. The development also features a 400-metre-long privately owned beach (accessible to the public but no lifeguards present), and a public park (Siena Central Park).