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Tai Mong Tsai Campsite

Tai Mong Tsai Campsite
Location: Tai Mong Tsai Campsite No. 1, Sai Kung West Country Park
Tent space: 12
Accessibility: Easy; for beginners
Introduction: It is conveniently situated near Tai Mong Tsai in Sai Kung West Country Park. This campsite is highly accessible and suitable for beginners. The campsite is surrounded by trees with various facilities, such as pavilion, barbecue pits, table and benches, etc. The area is quiet and one can relax without disturbances. Campers can also visit Pak Tam Chung and Sheung Yiu nearby.
Facilities: Pavilions, barbeque pits, benches and table, clothesline, drains
Hygienic facilities: Flushing toilets with sinks (170 metres away from the campsite)
Source of water: Tap (toilet)
Highlights:

Cheung Shan – Opposite to the campsite, there is a hiking trail to Cheung Shan. On the top of the hill, you can enjoy a panoramic view of Kau Sai Chau, Sharp Island, Yim Tin Tsai and Inner Port Shelter (Sai Kung Hoi).

Hiking trail: Cheung Shan to Pak Tam Chung
How to get there: Method 1:
From Sai Kung Bus Terminal take Bus 94 or take Bus 96R at Diamond Hill MTR Bus Terminal on Sundays and statutory holidays to Wong Shek Pier and get off at Sai Kung Outdoor Training Camp Station. Follow the Tai Mong Tsai Road toward the monument for a 5 minute walk. Follow the road next to the monument for another short 5 minute walk.

Method 2:
From Sai Kung, take Minibus 9 to Lady MacLehose Holiday Village and descend at the monument. Follow the road next to the monument for a short 5 minute walk.

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Last Review Date : 29 January 2016