New Town Plaza is a shopping mall in the town centre of Sha Tin in Hong Kong. Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties, it was the biggest shopping mall in the New Territories of Hong Kong when it was completed in the early 1980s. Covering 200,000 square metres (49.4 acres), the plaza comprises Phase 1 (the main mall), Phase 3, which are connected to each other, and Grand Central Plaza, which is less than one kilometre from Phase 1. Currently under extensive renovation, the nine-storey main mall is right next to Sha Tin Station and Citylink Plaza. Until now, it remains one of the busiest shopping malls in Hong Kong.
When New Town Plaza Phase 1 opened, an oval musical fountain at the centre of Level 3 was an icon of the shopping mall and the largest musical fountain in Asia. It was demolished in August 2004 and then, in May 2005, rebuilt on the roof garden of Level 7, opening in November that year.