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What does SIL stand for?

SIL stands for South Island Line (Hong Kong)

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With the rail linkage via MTR s South Island Line expected to be completed in 2016 and our new waterpark slated to open in 2017, the Ocean Hotel will enable us to extend the stay of guests, thereby elevating the appeal of Ocean Park as a destination theme park to a premier international resort destination, Mehrmann added.
With the expected completion of the South Island Line of the MTR in 2015 ahead of the anticipated opening of Ocean Hotel near our main entrance, Ocean Park will offer visitors a highly convenient accommodation option and transform Hong Kong People's Park into a premier international resort destination.
The Government will soon announce a new railway development blueprint for 2020 and beyond, to which he said the Government will consider adding a South Island Line (West).
Secretary for Transport & Housing Prof Anthony Cheung says the Government has asked the MTR Corporation to explain whether allegations reported in a newspaper regarding trains made for the South Island Line are valid.
It was recognised for its success in fostering the culture of works safety within the entire workforce; the Environmental Award was won by Dragages-Maeda-BSG Joint Venture of the West Island Line Project for its success in reducing construction noise by adopting a specially-designed acoustic deck; the Gold Stakeholder Engagement Award was snapped up by Samsung Hsin Chong Joint Venture of the Shatin to Central Link Project for its timely and proactive communication with the local community in response to the structural integrity concerns of old building along the site; and, the Gold Quality Award was awarded to Leighton-John Holland Joint Venture of the South Island Line (East) Project for its concerted effort in careful planning and risk assessment before commencement of works on site.