Tung Ping Chau, the flat island on the easternmost side of Hong Kong, is entirely composed of sedimentary rocks. The sea-eroded landforms along the coast vary greatly. The interesting shale and various other natural wonders have made Tung Ping Chau a famous geological and landform treasure house in Hong Kong, and it has also been included in the scope of the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark. This hiking route is very simple, just follow the country trail around the island, you can walk through the island's popular attractions.
Among the barrier-free facilities on Tung Ping Chau, only the accessible toilets are located near the pier. After the pier is ashore, there are some flat roads. Most of the places are narrow, and there are many uneven places and relatively steep. It is completely unsuitable for wheelchair users. People are not recommended to go alone.
Tung Ping Chau is included in the scope of the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark. Most of the island is mountain roads, which are completely unsuitable for wheelchair users.
Take Public Pier and leave at Tung Ping Chau Public Pier. There is only one boat returning to Ma Liu shui a day. Please pay attention to the time (Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only).
Address : Tung Ping Chau, New Territories
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There are some flat roads outside the pier on Tung Ping Chau Island, most of which are narrow, and there are many uneven places and relatively steep, which is completely unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- Most places of Tung Ping Chau have narrow passageways, which are totally unsuitable for wheelchair users.
- There are no ramps in most uneven places, and wheelchair users cannot get on and off alone
- There are accessible toilets on Tung Ping Chau near the pier