38 Cheung Fai Road, Tsing Yi, New Territories

2232 5555

Opening Hours

Centre Opening Hours (including retail)

MON – SUN and Public Holidays*

8:45 – 18:00

Adoption Centre

MON – SUN and Public Holidays*

11:00 – 17:30

*Major holidays only. Please check our website or call us for holiday opening times.


About Centre

Our newest Tsing Yi Centre – SPCA Jockey Club Centennial Centre – spans over 93,000 square feet. The five-storey Centre hosts the largest animal hospital in the New Territories and serves as the hub for the SPCA’s animal welfare programmes and education outreach, equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including Hong Kong’s first immersive classroom on animal welfare. The new Centre also features upgraded adoption facilities, an expansive community space, fully-fitted conference and seminar rooms, a modern grooming area, and lifestyle retail areas.

Main Facilities & Services

Ground Floor

  • Reception
  • Cat Adoption
  • Grooming (Hair Force Three)
  • Exotic Animal Adoption
  • Retail
  • Mural and Paws for New Hope

First Floor

  • Dog Adoption
  • Behaviour & Training
  • Exhibition Space

Second Floor – Education

  • Animal Boarding
  • Conference Room
  • Library
  • 2 Spacious Terraces
  • 4 Education rooms, including an immersive and interactive classroom

Third Floor – Inspectorate & Welfare Services

  • 2 General Surgery Suites
  • 1 Cat Colony Care Programme (CCCP) Spay/Neuter Suite
  • 1 Spay/Neuter Surgery Suite

Fourth Floor – Veterinary Services

(to open later in 2024)

  • 5 Consulting Rooms
  • 3 General Surgery Suites
  • 1 Dental Surgery Suite
  • 1 Radiology Suite
  • 2 Ultrasonography Suites

Rooftop – Pet Garden

  • > 6,400 sq ft rooftop garden

How to get there


20-minute walk along the promenade from Tsing Yi MTR station Exit C

By Bus

The following bus stops are only a short 5-minute walk away from the Tsing Yi Centre:

  • Ching Tao House Cheung Ching Estate (42 / 43)
  • Cheung Ching Commercial Complex (88G / 88C)

By Car

  • Ada’s Parking
  • Cheung Fai Road (Near Interchange) Carpark, 99 Cheung Fai Road, Tsing Yi

Currently, only 1% of the SPCA’s operating cost comes from government subsidies. Without public donations, the Centennial Centre cannot sustain its daily operations, and the early stages are the most crucial.

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