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Yuen Ng Fan (Nam Fung Wan) Campsite
Campsites No.: 17
Location: Yuen Ng Fan (Nam Fung Wan), Sai Kung East Country Park
Tent space: 5
Accessibility: Strenuous; suitable for experienced hikers and campers
Introduction: It is adjacent to Man Yee Road of Sai Kung, up on the hill at Nam Fung Wan. The site is right opposite Nam Fung Wan and West Dam of High Island Reservoir and capture the superb view nearby. You may also overlook islands such as Kau Sai Chau and Tai Tau Chau.
Facilities: Barbeques, benches and tables
Hygienic facilities: Dry toilet pits
Source of water: Stream water (seasonal supply)
Highlights:

Chong Hing Water Sports Centre - It is located at the West Dam of High Island Reservoir and most water activities take place in an artificial water lake, i.e. surfing, windsurfing, sampan, canoe and kayaking.

High Island Reservoir –One of the winning projects in "Ten Engineering Wonders in Hong Kong" organized by the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers in 2000, it is constructed in Sai kung East Country Park. When building this largest reservoir in Hong Kong, the most challenging aspect was to close off both ends of the Kwun Mun Channel which separate High Island from the peninsula.

Country trails: Pak Tam Chung Nature Trail and MacLehose Trail - Stage 1.
How to get there: From Sai Kung Bus Terminal take Bus 94, or Bus 96R at Diamond Hill MTR Bus Terminal on Sundays and statutory holidays, or 698R at Siu Sai Wan. Set off from Pak Tam Chung where the first stage of MacLehose Trail begins. Trace the carriageway Man Yee Road towards High Island Reservoir. In 45 minutes, you may see a junction of Sheung Yiu Country Trail and Man Yee Road on your right-hand side (on a secondary dam before West Dam). Turn into the country trail and walk 15 minutes to reach the campsite.
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Last Review Date : 28 August 2013