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Tung Lung Chau Campsite
Campsites No.: 22
Location: Tung Lung Chau (Tung Lung Chau Special Area, Outside Country park)
Tent space: 10
Accessibility: Easy; for beginners
Introduction: It is located on north-west part of the island and about a 20-minute walk from the pier. While ferry services connect the island on every Saturdays and Sundays, stores are also open. A 3-hectare are consisting both the campsite and a Qing Dynasty fort is categorized as a special area. The island is also an ideal site for rock climbing and many rock climbers come and practise on several natural walls.
Facilities: Barbeque pits, benches and tables, information boards, rubbish bins and pavilions.
Hygienic facilities: Dry toilet pits
Source of water: Tap

Tung Lung Chau Fort - According to record, it was built in Qing Dynasty (between 1662 and 1722) and defended pirates.

Ancient rock carving - It is the largest ancient rock carving in Hong Kong which measures 180 cm by 240 cm. Pattern is complicated and resembles dragons.

How to get there:

Take ferry from Sam Ka Tsuen at Lei Yue Mun or Sai Wan Ho Ferry Pier. It takes about 20 minutes.

Ferry services telephone enquiries: Sam Ka Tsuen (Coral Sea Ferry: 2513 1103). Sai Wan Ho Ferry Pier (Boatpeople Boating Services: 2337 6568)



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Last Review Date : 21 January 2015