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Tai Long Wan Campsite
Campsites No.: 33
Location: Tai Long Wan, Lantau South Country Park
Tent space: 14
Accessibility: Strenuous; suitable for experienced hikers and campers
Introduction: As Tai Long Wan Campsite surrounded by a slope and coastal lines, this is an ideally tranquil environment for camping. Although campers are advised against disturbing animals, squirrels are frequently spotted amongst the surrounding shrubs.
Facilities: Barbeque pits, tables, benches, drains and cloth lines
Hygienic facilities: Dry toilet pits
Source of water: Stream water (seasonal supply)
Highlights:

Tai Long Wan Village - a pleasant community built in 1959. When the government was finalizing its plans for Shek Pik Reservoir, it built Tai Long Wan Village to re-settle many people whose homes were to be flooded by the reservoir - the villagers from Shek Pik Wai, Fan Pui, Kong Pui, Sha Tsui, Chung Hau and Hang Tsai. (Some villagers were also re-settled at Mui Wo and Tsuen Wan.) Over ten families now live in Tai Long Wan Village, mostly members of the Fung and Tsui families. The Fung Ancestral Hall is situated there.

Shek Pik Reservoir - It is surrounded by Kau Nga Ling at the east, Keung Shan at the west and Muk Yue Shan and Sze Tsz Tau Shan at the north. It was completed in 1963 after 7-year construction. The main dam is 713m long and 54m high which cuts across the Shek Pik Valley and divert stream water from nearby mountain ranges. Its capacity is 24.4 million cubic metres which claimed the largest reservoir in Hong Kong during 1960s.

Country trails: Lantau Trail - Stage 8
How to get there: Take Bus 11 from Tung Chung town centre or Bus 1 from Mui Wo towards Tai O. Alight from Shek Pik Reservoir's west station. Go backwards up the Stage 8 of Lantau Trail to Tai O for about 30 minutes.
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Last Review Date : 04 June 2014