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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: Pui O
Finishing Point: Mui Wo
Length: 9.0 kilometres
Time: 3.0 hours
Difficulty: Fairly Difficult
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Introduction:
From the Bui O Public School, and starting off along the Chi Ma Wan Road, we begin Section 12 of the Lantau Trail. Continue straight for about 150 metres, where a short trail goes on to Pui O Beach. Shap Long Au, the gap between the Chi Ma Wan peninsula and the body of Lantau, is located at Distance Post L126. We shall turn left, to the north, and follow Section 12 of the Lantau Trail as it winds over the hills towards Mui Wo. After Distance Post L130, the path going down to Nam Shan is steep, with steps made from stones found at the spot. The steps end at the Pak Fu Tin Campsite. Going on for half a kilometre brings us to a path, which then leads us to a cement road. From Distance Post L135 walk or about 1.5 kilometres, Silver Mine Bay is seen in the middle distance. Looking down from near Distance Post L138, there is a helipad and, to the left, a refuse collection and a sewage treatment plant. Here one is approaching the end of the Lantau Trail. Continuing past the Mui Wo Southern District Secondary School, hikers finally reach Mui Wo Ferry Pier, the end of Lantau Trail.

Transport Access:
To Pui O: Take bus route 1(Sectional fare) at Mui Wo Bus Terminal; or take bus route 3M in Tung Chung.

Return from Mui Wo: Take ferry to Central; or take bus route 3M to Tung Chung.

 

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