Tei Tong Tsai Country Trail
Has the question of the location of the renowned Po Lam Monastery ever come to your lips? Po Lam Monastery, situated at the ending point of Tei Tong Tsai Country Trail, is not accessible by vehicles. Visitors can only get a view of the hidden and tranquil monastery after completing the trail on foot. Connecting Tung Chung Road and Fa Mun Traditional Path near Pak Kung Au, Tei Tong Tsai Country Trail is merely 2 kilometres long and thus it provides family members of all ages with a desirable spot for family outing. 200 metres from the starting point of the trail lies East Lantau Stream, which merges 6 tributaries from the northeastern hills of Lantau Peak. The all-year-round abundant flow guarantees visitors the magnificent sight in all seasons. Around 300 metres ahead, hikers will be greeted with the wide and breathtaking views of Sunset Peak, Shek Sze Shan, Wo Liu Tun, and the Tung Chung alluvial plain in the north. Once an important passage for villagers to travel between Tung Chung and Ngong Ping back in the old days, Fa Mun Traditional Path outside Po Lam Monastery leads visitors not only to Po Lin Monastery but also to a feeling of absolute serenity.
The below map showing the route and the scenic spots along the hiking trail.
For details, please refer to the transportation information above and photos captions text below.