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Tsin Yue Wan Campsite

Tsin Yue Wan Campsite
Location: Tsin Yue Wan, Lantau South Country Park
Tent space: 8 (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: Situated at the South-West end of Hong Kong, it lies upland. From there, one can take in the magnificent view of Lantau Channel at dusk.
Facilities: Barbeque pits, benches, drains and cloth lines
Hygienic facilities: Dry toilet pits
Source of water: Stream water (seasonal supply)

Kai Yet Kok - It is also called Kai Shan or "peaked hill". This small island, with a protruding south arm and a low north part, look like a chicken wing - and the words Kai Yet in fact mean "chicken wing".

Fan Lau Sai Wan - It is about 500 metres south of Tsin Yue Wan. It has clear water, fine sand and solitude. Hills, seas and sky complete the scene.

Country trails: Fan Lau Country Trail, Lantau Trail - Stage 7 & Stage 8
How to get there:

Method 1:
Take Bus 11 from Tung Chung Town or Bus 1 from Mui Wo towards Tai O. Get down at Shek Pik Reservoir's west station. Go backwards up the Stage 7 and Stage 8 of Lantau Trail to Tai O for about 2 hours.

Method 2:
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 2 hours.



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Last Review Date : 09 March 2018