Tai Cham Koi is located in Sai Kung East Country Park, it is 408m high. At the top there is a splendid view of High Island Reservoir. At Lunar New Year, there are numerous Chinese New Year Flowers as well as Fragrant Litseas.
|Activities||[Hiking], [Flower viewing]|
|Plants||[Chinese New Year Flowers], [Fragrant Litseas]|
|Starting Pt.||25 min||60 min||25 min||50 min|
|Pak Tam Chung||Man Yee Au||Tai Cham Koi||Luk Wu Country Trail||Tsak Yue Wu|
|Duration||2 hr 40 min|
|Supply||Pak Tam Chung Refreshment Kiosk|
|Exit / Branch||Getting off at Sheung Yiu to shorten the route.|
|Difficulty||Level 6 [Standard]|
To: Pak Tam Chung / From: Tsak Yue Wu
|Transport||Route||Get off / Get on at||Remarks|
|Bus No. 94||Sai Kung ⇔ Wong Shek Pier||Pak Tam Chung / Lady MacLehose Holiday Village|
|Bus No. 96R||Diamond Hill MTR Station ⇔ Wong Shek Pier||Pak Tam Chung / Lady MacLehose Holiday Village||Available on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday only|
|Bus No. 289R||Wong Shek Pier ⇔ Sha Tin Central||Pak Tam Chung / Lady MacLehose Holiday Village||Available on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday only|
It is most suitable to hike during January and February for best watch of Chinese New Year Flowers.
Chinese New Year Flowers are protected plants in Hong Kong. Do not pick off and take away them.
The slope up to Tai Cham Koi is steep.
Max elevation: 382 m
Min elevation: 10 m
Total climbing: 390 m
Total descent: -393 m