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Hau Wong Temple 侯王宮 @ Tung Chung 東涌

已有 546 次閱讀2014-8-17 17:15 |個人分類:Outlying Islands 離島|系統分類:Travel @ HK

Tung Chung 東涌 => Tai O 大澳

There are quite a lot of hiking routes in Hong Kong. For one to satisy hikers of different levels, this route is selected. It is very convenient to hike from Tung Chung to Tai O in Lantau Island, just to take MTR and get off at Tung Chung Station. It takes about three hours for the whole journey from Tung Chung to Tai O.


Hau Wong Temple is the first spot in the journey. It was branched from the Hau Wong Temple in Kowloon City.


It has about 250 years history.


Tung Chung Hau Wong Bridge



From this point onwards, it is the cemented path leading to Tai O.


Public housing estates in Tung Chung.


From this platform to overlook Hong Kong International Airport


I would say this is a baby temple.



Orange Trumpet Vine is very nice and commonly found in South China and Taiwan. I like this bright orange colour.


It is also a Chinese herb to relieve hot.


This is the beautiful shore at the north of Lantau Island.


From here, it is not too far away from Tai O. There should be about 15 minutes to go.


The stilt houses is one of the icons or characteristics representing Tai O.




All stilt houses are inhabited.


Dried plums


San Ki Footbridge


This is the bridge connecting Tai O and Lantau Island.





Snacks in Tai O


I am so sorry that I am not very interesting in snacks aired in such a way.


Tai O is not a desert, there are quite a lot of eateries. You must be able to find your favourite. If not, please do not blame me. In fact, several eateries are very outstanding in my experience.




There are quite a lot of seafood and dried seafood vendors near Tai O Market Street. This is Tai O Market Street.





Dried Shrimp Paste





Hung Shing Temple http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hung_Shing_Temple









Islet Relics /2013


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