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Man Cheung Po Campsite
Location: Man Cheung Po, Lantau South Country Park
Campsite Category: Small (Remarks)
Accessibility: Easy; for beginners
Introduction: Man Cheung Po occupies a 2 hectare area and is situated on a hilltop adjacent to The Flying Dragon, a Tsz Hing Monastery. With an open view and lush shrubbery, there is a stream with a waterfall where one can hear a variety of birds sing. Spending a night here, you can relax by the soothing sounds of the sea tide and watch the starry sky overhead.
Facilities: Barbeque pits, tables, benches, drains and cloth lines.
Hygienic facilities: Dry toilet pits
Source of water: Stream water (seasonal supply)

Man Cheung Po - It was originally named "Shui Lo Cho" because of its spectacular series of pools and falls.

Tsz Hing Monastery was built in 1930 and a sizable establishment in Keung Shan area. It is renowned for its colourful flying dragon as well as foreign monks.

Country trails: Lantau Trail Stage 5
How to get there: From Tung Chung Town, take Bus 11 and Bus 1 from Mui Wo to Tai O. Get off at Tai O Road and follow catchwater road of Keung Shan until to the end and turn to a concrete path up to Lung Tsai Ng Yuen. Retrace stage 5 of Lantau Trail towards Man Cheung Po for about an hour.
Remarks: The campsites are categorized into 3 size classes with reference to the number of potential tent space which is estimated based on the approximate size of a 4-person tent and the required cooking space and access pathway for campers. This is for reference only.
Campsite category: Small / Medium / Large
Small: for category with less than 20 tent spaces.
Medium: for category with 20 – 50 tent spaces.
Large: for category with more than 50 tent spaces.


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Last Review Date : 08 June 2018