Tsuen Wan in the past also spelled Tsun Wan is a city in view of an inlet in the Western New Territories of Hong Kong, converse to Tsing Yi Island transversely finished Rambler Channel.
The market town of Tsuen Wan produced for the enveloping towns and task forces of calculating barges in the region.
It was extended the degree that the recuperation proceeded.
In 1911, there were around 3000 villagers living in Tsuen Wan. In the twentieth century, producing plants moved in well ordered as a result of its closeness to Kowloon.
With the improvement of Castle Peak Road in 1917, motor vehicles could accomplish the town despite access by strolling and by large.