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Section 1 Mui Wo to Nam Shan Section 7 Tai O to Kau Ling Chung
Section 2 Nam Shan to Pak Kung Au Section 8 Kau Ling Chung to Shek Pik
Section 3 Pak Kung Au to Ngong Ping Section 9 Shek Pik to Shui Hau
Section 4 Ngong Ping to Sham Wat Road Section 10 Shui Hau to Tung Chung Road
Section 5 Sham Wat Road to Man Cheung Po Section 11 Tung Chung Road to Pui O
Section 6 Man Cheung Po to Tai O Section 12 Pui O to Mui Wo
   
Starting Point: Mui Wo
Finishing Point: Nam Shan
Length: 2.5 kilometres
Time: 0.75 hours
Difficulty: Easy Walk
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Introduction:
Section 1 of the Lantau Trail begins at the Mui Wo Ferry Pier. From there walk for one-kilometre brings you to Lychee Yuen Village. At the entrance to the village, there is a kiosk for villagers and hikers to rest. Lychee Yuen is a small village, with fewer than a hundred families. A few hundred metres farther on you can enjoy a bird's eye view over Mui Wo. Further up, the barbecue site at Nam Shan Au is the largest in the Lantau Country Parks, and it marks the junction between Section 1 and Section 2 of the Lantau Trail. The site, with its lush green surroundings, covers a large area and can accommodate over a hundred people.

Transport Access:
To Mui Wo Ferry Pier: Take ferry at Pier 6 in Central; or take bus route 3 or 3M in Tung Chung.

Return from Nam Shan: Take bus route 1, 2, 3, 3M, 4, 7P* to Mui Wo Ferry Pier (7P* Saturday afternoon, Sunday and public holiday only); or take bus route 3, 3M to Tung Chung.

 

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