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Ngong Ping Campsite
|Ngong Ping Campsite
||Ngong Ping, Ma On Shan Country Park
||Strenuous; Suitable for experienced hikers and campers
||Embraced in Ma On Shan's Ngong Ping area where is one of Hong Kong's handful plateau. Characterized by its extensive stretch of flat land and magnificent view, it is also close to the abandoned Ngong Ping Village. Most of the houses are collapsed and engulfed by lush vegetations, pristine Fung Shui woodland. The area constitutes a breeding paradise for versatile wildlife i.e. birds and you may easily spot their existence.
||Barbeques, benches, tables and drains
||Dry toilet pits
|Source of water:
||Stream water (seasonal supply)
Ngong Ping Viewing Point - It overooks Sai Kung Town and the inner harbour.
Pyramid Hil - It looks like a pyramid rising from the plateau. With the altitude of 536 metres, it is suitable for experienced hikers to touch the top.
||MacLehose Trail - Stage 4
|How to get there:
From Sunshine City / Yiu On Estate in Ma On Shan, take village minibus NR84 and get off at Ma On Shan Village Terminus. Follow the direction to Ma On Shan Country Trail and walk upward for an hour to reach the site.
From Sunshine City / Yiu On Estates:
Morning departure: 0800 0930 1030
Afternoon departure: 1300 1600 1640# 1730 1900
From Ma On Shan Village:
Morning departure: 0700 0830 1000 1130
Afternoon departure: 1330 1630# 1700 1800
#Depart / Terminate at Yiu On Estate, not stopping Sunshine City
From Sai Kung Town, take Minibus 3 (Nam Shan Village) and get off at Po Lo Che. Walk up Pak Kong Au Road to Tai Shui Tseng village for 10 minutes. Then trace the trail of Ma On Shan Country Trail up. It takes about an hour to reach the site.
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Last Review Date : 27 October 2015