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Discovery Bay Overview

Sports Clubs and Recreational Activities

Sports Clubs

Discovery Bay has two sports clubs, DBRC and Club Siena, between the two clubs they have the following activities:

  • Bowling Alley
  • Children's Playground
  • Children's Playrooms
  • Climbing Wall
  • Cricket Practice Nets
  • Dance Studios
  • Fitness Centres
  • Indoor Jacuzzi
  • Multi Purpose Court
  • Reading Rooms
  • Sauna & Steam Rooms
  • Squash Courts
  • Snooker Room
  • Swimming Pools
  • Tennis Courts
  • Table Tennis Rooms

Hiking & Leisure Walks

Discovery Bay is surrounded by the 465-metre high Tiger Head Mountain and the natural beaches - Tai Pak and Yi Pak Bays. With picturesque landscape and many scenic trails.

Beach Fun

Situated next to the dining strip D'Deck, Tai Pak Beach is a tranquil public beach that is privately managed. The 400-metre-long beach makes an excellent venue for outdoor activities with facilities like children's playground, changing rooms and showers.


The well-equipped facilities and comfortable environment of Tai Pak Beach attract many teams to hold competitions or practice for their various sports. A variety of beach sports is held regularly on Tai Pak Beach throughout the year, such as:

Beach Volleyball
Dragon Boat Race
Beach Rugby


Against the gentle sea breeze and the harmonious sound of waves, romance can be as simple as a stroll along the waterfront promenade to the beach. On Valentine's Day, heart patterns made up of thousands of candlelights fill the beach with heart-warming atmosphere. Each night the fireworks of Disney land can be seen from the beach and D'Deck


Beyond swimming, sunbathing, fireworks watching, the annual signature events on the beach such as Easter Egg Hunt and Dragon Boat Race Carnival are not to be missed. There are also endless activities that one can create to enjoy the sand and nature.


One will never miss the beautiful flora and fauna when visiting Discovery Bay. The mangrove swamp near Club Siena is certainly worth a visit.

Central Park

Walk along the tree-lined roads in north Discovery Bay and meander over to Central Park, the largest park in Discovery Bay.