Po Toi Island
Location: Po Toi Island | Classification of Accessibility: Outlying Islands | Accessibility Information: island with no barrier-free
Po Toi Island, known as the "Hong Kong South Pole", has a beautiful view of the blue South China Sea, and its geology is dominated by granite. There are many strange rocks with different appearances formed by long-term weathering, and many of them are "Hong Kong's top ten most beautiful rocks" in the eyes of Hong Kong people. In addition, this island is rich in seaweed. When you come here, you must drink a bowl of hot seaweed soup and bring all kinds of dried seafood home!
Po Toi Island is an island with no barrier-free facilities. It is recommended that people with wheelchairs/handicapped do not go alone.
There are no barrier-free facilities on Po Toi Island. It is strongly recommended that wheelchair users do not go alone.
Address : Po Toi Island
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- There are some flat roads outside the Po Toi Island Pier, most of which are relatively narrow, and there are many uneven places and relatively steep, which is completely unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- Most places on Po Toi Island are narrow in design, which is totally unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- Most uneven places are not equipped with ramps, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone
- There are no accessible toilets on Po Toi Island