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Wan Tsai West Campsite
Campsites No.: 7
Location: Wan Tsai Peninsula West, Sai Kung West (Wan Tsai Ext.)
Tent space: 20
Accessibility: Easy; for beginners
Introduction: Wan Tsai Peninsula lies at the north-west of Long Harbour, adjacent to Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park. The campsite is on the South side of the park, which is spaciously designed with ample facilities. It is renowned for starry nights as well as its simple pleasant environment and picturesque scenery.
Facilities: pavilions, barbeque pits, benches and tables
Hygienic facilities: large-scale bathing and toilet facilities (similar setup for handicapped users)
Source of water: tap
Highlights: Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park - Established in July of 1996, it is the first marine park in Hong Kong. There are various mangrove, 59 coral and more than 120 coral fish species recorded in 260-hectare park. Others marine animals such as starfish and jellyfish are also found.
Country trails: Tai Tan Country Trail, Wan Tsai Nature Trail and Wan Tsai Orienteering Trim Course.
How to get there:

Method 1:
From Sai Kung Bus Terminal take Bus 94 or Bus 96R at Diamond Hill MTR Bus Terminal on Saturday, Sundays and statutory holidays. Get off at the Wong Shek Terminus. Then hop onto the Wan Tsai-bound ferry at Wong Shek Pier. From Wan Tsai Pier, a 5-minute walk on stony path takes one to the campsite.

Method 2:
From Sai Kung, take Minibus 7 and descend at Hoi Ha Village. Then, follow the Tai Tan Country Trail and walk for about 45 minutes.

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Last Review Date : 05 December 2013