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Nga Ying Kok Campsite

Nga Ying Kok Campsite
Location: Nga Ying Kok, Lantau North Country Park
Tent space: 5 (The number of tent space is estimated based on the approximate size of a 4-person-tent taking into account the required cooking space and access pathway for campers. For reference only.)
Accessibility: Strenuous; suitable for experienced hikers and campers
Introduction: With its coastal location and backed by Nga Ying Kok, this site captures a splendid view of ocean. There are pipelines installed along the left, which keeps a sufficient supply of water to the campsite year round. Overlooking 1.3 km long Yi O rocky beach line, sand and stones form alluvial, sediment deposits which have been brought down upstream for years. Out of the bay area, you may even notice yellow water and sea water far away and several islands which belong to China sovereignty.
Facilities: Barbeque pits, tables, benches, drains and cloth lines.
Hygienic facilities: Dry toilet pits
Source of water: Stream water (seasonal supply)
Highlights: Tai O - Renowned as "Hong Kong's Venice", it was an old fishing village supplying signature products such as preserved salty fish and fish paste. It still retains numerous traditions, natural ecology and unique water houses.
Country trails: Lantau Trail -- Stage 7
How to get there: From Tung Chung Town, take Bus 11 or Bus 1 from Mui Wo to Tai O. Get down at Tai O bus terminus and turn to Lantau Trail Stage 7. Walk towards Shek Pik direction for about 40 minutes.


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Last Review Date : 09 March 2018