Long Ke Tsai




Long Ke Tsai is located in Sai Kung East Country Park, a small beach near Tsang Pang Kok and Long Ke Wan. Long Ke Tsai is even more secluded than Long Ke Wan, it is known as a secret paradise.
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Starting Pt.25 min65 min85 min35 min
Sai Wan Pavilionpin-png-2424Chui Tung Aupin-png-2424Sai Wan Shan1471007774_Red_flagLong Ke Tsaipin-png-2424Long Ke Wan
30 min    
High Island East Dam    
1471009312_map Distance9 km
1471007853_Alarm Duration4 hr
1471007737_Food SupplyNone
1471007878_Revert Exit / BranchNot available
1439817821_Aquicon-Basecamp Highest Pt.Sai Wan Shan (314 m)
1471010186_Problem DifficultyLevel 8 [Advanced]
1471007900_Hint CommentsAt the time of climbing up Sai Wan Shan, there are splendid views of ‘Four Wan’ (Sai Wan, Ham Tin Wan, Tai Wan and Tung Wan), leaving Sai Wan Shan there are tough routes going downhill to Cheung Ngam Teng. After arriving Long Ke Tsai, you must be attracted by such secret paradise, you must find it relaxing when lying on the beach.

Sai Wan Pavilion

  • Taking Residents’ service route No. 29R at Sai Kung Town Centre, and get off at Sai Wan Pavilion (Terminal);
  • Taking taxi at Sai Kung Town Centre, and get off at Sai Wan Pavilion.

East Dam (High Island Reservoir)

  • Taking mini bus route No. 9A to Pak Tam Chung (for Sunday and public holidays between 3pm – 6pm only)
  • Taking Shuttle Bus to Sai Kung Town Centre (booking is required, for details, please visit here);
  • Taking taxi to Sai Kung Town Centre (booking is usually required).

The trail between Long Ke Tsai and Long Ke Wan is steep, clambering is required.

The trail between Long Ke Tsai and Long Ke Wan is partly with cliffside route. Hikers must be careful when walking along the trail.

It is recommended to bring along with enough food and water; it is not recommended to hike alone.

Total distance: 8.74 km
Max elevation: 295 m
Min elevation: 4 m
Total climbing: 420 m
Total descent: -497 m