Tai Tong Sweet Gum Woods

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Tai Tong Sweet Gum Woods lies at Tai Lam Country Park in Yuen Long. It is the best red leaves viewing place in Hong Kong. The sweet gum leaves will turn red from early December to the end of December.
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Best Time

Sweet Gum Leaves Index

Yellow to Red: 1st and 2nd week in December

Full Red: late December

Best PositionSweet Gum Stand
Activities[Outing]、[Hiking]、[Red leaves viewing]
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Starting Pt.30 min40 min60 min
Tai Tong Shan Roadpin-png-2424Tai Tong’s barbecue site1471007774_Red_flagTai Tong Sweet Gum WoodsTai Tong Shan Road
1471009312_map Distance6 km
1471007853_Alarm Duration2 hr 10 min
1471007737_Food SupplySnack stand at Tai Tong’s barbecue site
1471007878_Revert Exit / BranchNot available
1471010186_Problem DifficultyLevel 3 [Beginner]
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To / From: Tai Tong Shan Road

TransportRouteGet off atRemarks
Bus No. K66Long Ping MTR Station ⇔ Tai TongTai Tong Shan Road (Terminal)Special arrangement during the red leaves period 
Public minibusYuen Long (Hung Min Court) ⇔ Tai Tong (Wong Nai Tun Tsuen)Wong Nai Tun Tsuen (Terminal) 
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The best period for watching red leaves in Tai Tong Sweet Gum Woods is from early December to late December. Visitors can check AFCD’s Red Leaves Express for more information.

During the red leaves period, Tai Tong Shan Road will be very crowd. The transport Department and the police will implement special traffic arrangements on the section of Tai Tong Shan Road, so it is strongly recommended to take public transports to Tai Tong.

Do not pick the red leaves away from the Sweet Gum Woods. Please protect and cherish the nature.

Total distance: 6.89 km
Max elevation: 178 m
Min elevation: 37 m
Total climbing: 266 m
Total descent: -262 m