Tai Tun is located at Sai Kung, near to Pak Tam Chung. It is 317m high. There are spectacular views of Kau Sai Chau and Tsam Chuk Wan. Those views were commented as “The Thousand Islands in Sai Kung”.
|Starting Pt.||60 mins||70 mins||20 mins|
|Pak Tam Chung||Tai Tun||Cheung Shan||Tsam Chuk Wan|
|Duration||2 hrs 30 mins|
|Exit / Branch||None|
|Highest Pt.||Tai Tun (317M), Cheung Shan (165M)|
|Difficulty||Leve 7 [Advanced]|
|Comments||It is always not easy to climb up Tai Tun in hot summer, we climb there in hot summer only aiming to have more spectacular and clearer views of Tsam Chuk Wan and Kau Sai Chau. Unfortunately, the weather was not very nice that day, visibility was not high even the views are splendid.|
To Pak Tam Chung
|Transportation||Route||Get off at||Remarks|
|Bus No. 94||Sai Kung ⇔ Wong Shek Pier||Pak Tam Chung|
|Bus 96R||Diamond Hill Station ⇔ Wong Shek Pier||Pak Tam Chung||Available on Sunday and Public Holiday only|
From Tsam Chuk Wan
|Transportation||Route||Get on at||Remarks|
|Bus No. 94||Sai Kung ⇔ Wong Shek Pier||Sai Kung Outdoor Training Camp|
|Bus 96||Diamond Hill Station ⇔ Wong Shek Pier||Sai Kung Outdoor Training Camp||Available on Sunday and Public Holiday only|
- The route sloping up to Tai Tun is steep and unclear, certain stamina is required.
- Most of the route is not tree-shaded, it is recommended to apply sunscreen, and bring enough food and water.