Tai Mei Tuk is located in the eastern border of the Tai Po District and at the end of the Dragon Vessel of Pat Sin Leng, so it is known as Tai Mei Tuk. The Longwei Village in this area can see its auspicious meaning. Ou and Atsuk are the last meanings in Cantonese. However, in recent years, local village representatives thought that the meaning of the tail tuk was ominous, and it became known as the elegant big tail governor.
There are a few barrier-free facilities, including accessible toilets and parking spaces for the disabled. Most areas of Tai Mei Tuk are flat roads, with wide passageways and multiple accessible toilets, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
Most of Tai Mei Tuk is flat and wide, making it a good place for wheelchair friends to go outing.
- Tai Mei Tuk Bus Terminal's drop off point and nearby passages are all flat roads, suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- Most areas of Tai Mei Tuk are flat roads, and the aisles are designed to be broad and suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people.
- Tai Mei Tuk has multiple accessible toilets
- There are two disabled parking spaces in Tai Mei Tuk car park