Ma On Shan Ngong Ping
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Ma On Shan Ngong Ping is a popular spot for camping, hiking, and sunrise watching. This vast grassy plateau faces Pyramid Hill, which looks like a pyramid, and there is a viewing point on the slope that overlooks Sai Kung Town and commands wide open vistas of the coves and islands of Inner Port Shelter.  The views extend to as far as West Dam of High Island Reservoir, Sharp Island, and Kau Sai Chau.  When the sun breaks through from the clouds at sunrise, the islands reveal themselves like the different tones and shades of an ink wash painting while the fishing boats sail into the sparkling sea and the small town at the foot of the mountain comes to life – Sai Kung is such impressive at dawn.  In late autumn, Ngong Ping Plateau is carpeted with golden silvergrass, reminiscent of the field of golden wheats that the prince in the famous novel “The Little Prince” saw.

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Transportation Information

Take public transport to Hang On Estate or Yiu On Estate. Then walk uphill along Ma On Shan Tsuen Road for 30 minutes to reach Ma On Shan Barbecue Site;
Or take the resident coach NR84 from Sunshine City to Ma On Shan Village. Then go uphill along Ma On Shan Country Trail for about 1 hour.

Kowloon Motor Bus (KMB) routes - 40X, 43X, 81C, 85K, 85M, 86C, 86K, 87D, 87K, 89C,89D, 89S, 99, 274 and 286C
Kowloon Motor Bus (KMB) and New World First Bus (NWFB) Joint-Operated routes - 680 and 681
New World First Bus (NWFB) route - 682
Green Minibus routes - 26, 803, 803M, 807C, 807K
Resident Coach route - NR84

The transportation information provided in this website is for reference only. Please check the updated transportation information from the websites of Transport Department and relevant transport utilities before setting off.

Hong Kong eTransport web page
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Route Map

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