Tap Mun is an island in Hong Kong located between the Datan Sea, Da Chi Mun and Dapeng Bay. It is almost completely surrounded by country parks. To the east is Gongzhou, which is famous for the lion ball, and at the south is the entrance to the tower and Gaoliu. Bay; at the northern end are Chizhoukou and Chizhou; at the western end are Datanhai and Wanchai Peninsula. There is a Tin Hau Temple on the island. During major festivals (such as Tin Hau's Birthday), many fishermen will come to the gate to pray for safety, wind and water. The incense is very prosperous.
Tap Mun is an island. There are no barrier-free facilities. Most of the places are mountain roads. There are many uneven places and relatively steep. Wheelchair/handicapped people should be especially careful.
Tap Mun is an island. Most of the area is surrounded by country parks and there are many mountain roads. It is recommended that people in wheelchairs must find an escort to go there.
Address : Grass Island
Please refer to the Transport Department website for sailing schedules.
- There are some flat roads outside the pier on Tap Mun Island, other places are relatively narrow, there are many uneven places and relatively steep, wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility should be especially careful
- Most of the tower gates are mountain roads, and the passages in some places are still wide, so it is generally suitable for wheelchair users to enter and exit
- Most uneven places are not equipped with ramps, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone
- There is no accessible toilet at the gate