Is Long Yuetou's name special? According to legend, dragons live in the mountains to the northeast of Fanling, New Territories, and sometimes jump, hence the name. Also related to the dragon is the Deng family, a descendant of the royal family who lives here. At the end of the Southern Song Dynasty, the princess of the Song family who fled to the south married Deng Weiji and opened a village here for more than 800 years. Along the Longyuetou Cultural Relic Trail, you can walk between nature and historical sites, and visit the traces of the royal family. Many fenced villages still retain the traditional festival customs and show ample local life and culture.
Some of the trail along the Lung Yuet Tau Heritage Trail is a statutory monument, so there are only a few barrier-free facilities. The public toilets at Chongqian Tong have to be accessible to the public. Most of the uneven places do not have ramps, and wheelchair users cannot be alone. Up and down.
Some of the trail along the Lung Yeuk Tau Heritage Trail is a statutory monument, so there are only a small number of barrier-free facilities. It is recommended that wheelchair users and escorts go together.
- Lung Yuet Tau Heritage Trail is located at Lung Yue Tau, northeast of Luen Wo Hui, Fanling, New Territories, Hong Kong. Most of the starting point is a flat road, which is easily accessible for wheelchair users.
- Lung Yuet Tau Heritage Trail is designed with wide passages in most areas and is generally suitable for wheelchair users
- There are no ramps in most uneven places, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone
- There is an accessible toilet at Lung Yue Tau Heritage Trail, and the public accessible toilet at Chong Qian Tong