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Hong Kong Tolo Harbour

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Hong Kong Tolo Harbour

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Maliaoshui , Shatian District, Hong Kong China
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This is a prepaid redemption voucher. Please take MTR Tung Chung Line, walk out from Exit A, Tung Chung Station, walk for 10 minute (700m) to Cable Car Tung Chung Station, then go to Fast Lane Counter at ticketing<br>office. Show your redemption voucher, collect a fast entry paper ticket and access the group entry to skip the line. Round trip cable car ride is included. Your E-ticket is an open ticket, valid for 6 month from your selected travel date.
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BradJill wrote a review Nov 2020
Hong Kong, China132,831 contributions23,908 helpful votes
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The Tolo Harbour is a large and attractive coastal area with seaside communities as well as long stretches of seaside promenades, city parks and other leisure areas. Notable areas along the harbour include Plover Cove, Tai Po, CUHK University, Science Park and Ma On Shan. Biking and jogging are popular activities around Tolo Harbour and there are plenty of kilometres of seaside track to enjoy these recreational activities. You can also rent boats and kayaks to enjoy time on the water. Just north of the main pebble beach at Ma On Shan there is the HappySky Water Sports Centre. They hire out good quality, safe, topside kayaks. A fun half day activity in Tolo Harbour is to kayak out to some of the small, protected islands in Tolo Harbour like Centre Island and the Ma Shi Chau Special Zone, where you can enjoy seeing rare geological rock structures that date all the way back to the Permian period. There is a nature trail at Ma Shi Chau if you want to walk the grounds. Alternatively just paddle around slowly and enjoy the geological highlights along the way. Quite a few other ways to enjoy time outside around Tolo Harbour including the Plover Cove and Reservoir area east of Tai Po, the Egret Nature area just past Science Park and back up the Shing Mun River (canal) towards Sha Tin as well.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LilyChak wrote a review Apr 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand2,399 contributions111 helpful votes
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Its a park with cycling and walking tracks. One side of it is the motorway and the other side is Tolo Harbour. The tract provides toilets, resting area with tables and chairs.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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Chris G wrote a review Oct 2017
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I'd seen the cycle tracks near my hotel, and read reviews here that it's nice to cycle Tolo Harbour. The reviews were definitely right! I cycled from Sha Tin, went to Tai Po water park, then on to the dam. In Sha Tin I'd seen lots of green bikes, so I took a closer look and found they belong to a company called Gobee.bike. You download an app, find a nearby green bike, scan it's code from your phone, pay deposit using Apple Pay or similar, then the bike magically unlocks itself! The beauty of these bikes is they only cost HKD5 per half hour and you drop them wherever you like! I got tired going back to Sha Tin, so I just locked it up and got the bus back to the hotel again! The views along the cycle path are really nice, and midweek fairly quiet. Judging by the number of cycle hire places enroute, and from what I've heard, weekends can be very busy. There's plenty of places to get drinks, snacks, and more along the way.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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HKeater wrote a review Sep 2017
Hong Kong, China30,703 contributions1,168 helpful votes
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Tolo Harbour is the seafront from Sha Tin to Tai Po. There's a hiking and cycle path along the whole of the harbour, stretching fronm Ma On Shan to Tai Po. Very pleasant hike and even more pleasant cycle ride as it's flat and along the edge of the coastline.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Carapipi wrote a review May 2017
Greater London, United Kingdom179 contributions128 helpful votes
I cannot understand why this is called Tolo Harbour. It is basically both a walkway and cycle track around this beautiful bay. You can walk or jog around the bay across to see the big Kwan Yin (Goddess of Mercy) statute on the other side of the bay from the Science Park and University side. If you happen to be a resident or visitor to the many condo developments you can get lovely views of bay on a clear day. You can hire bicycles by the hour from several shops around the bay. In the evenings, people take strolls and cycle rides as well as fly powerful drones out to the water. This place definitely does not feel like being in Hong Kong if you associate HK with downtown Mongkok or Causeway Bay. Come here for the day if you need to get away from the hustle and bustle. If you have a car you can drive across to many other beautiful spots for BBQ and peaceful villages.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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