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Our Top 5 Campsites in Hong Kong

Hong Kong may be known for its bustling cityscape and towering skyscrapers, but the city also boasts some of the most beautiful natural landscapes.

From beaches to mountains, Hong Kong has it all, and what better way to experience this natural beauty than by camping out under the stars with friends and family?

In this article, we'll be introducing the top 5 campsites in Hong Kong, each with its own unique features and stunning views. Whether you're a seasoned camper or just looking for a new adventure, pack your gear and get ready to experience the Hong Kong's top 5 campsites.

1. Wan Tsai Peninsula Campsite

Best for families and big groups





Known for its starry nights and picturesque scenery, Wan Tsai is a spacious and well-equipped campsite where you can take a big group of friends or the whole family camping. It possesses one of the best viewing points for overlooking Tai Tan Hoi.


Facilities:    Pavilions, barbeque pits, benches and tables, Large-scale bathing and toilet facilities


2. Long Ke Wan Campsite

For experienced outdoor lovers




This secluded campsite on the beach of Long Ke Wan requires a bit more effort to get to but is absolutely worth the trek once you step foot on the silky sands and see the crystal clear waters. You will have to bring everything you need since the campsite is not only far from town but also only has  basic facilities such as dry toilets and barbecue pits. The view and the beautiful beach is well worth it.


Facilities:    Barbeque pits, benches and tables, Dry toilet pits


3. Nam Shan Campsite

Good for Beginners




Very accessible, and convenient transportation at just about the mid-point of Mui Wo and Pui O, Nam Shan campsite has all the facilities you need for you beginner campers out there. There is a stream by the campsite that provides campers with natural spring water too. Want to fit in a beach day on your camping trip? Walk or take a quick bus ride to Pui O, or even the Cheung Sha Beaches.


Facilities:    Pavilion, barbeque pits, benches and tables, cloth lines, cooking places, camping platforms and bathrooms, Flushing toilets with sinks


4. Ham Tin Wan Campsite

Best Beach Getaway




Located on the eastern coast of Sai Kung Country Park, Ham Tin Campsite is a secluded spot that offers stunning views of the sea and the surrounding mountains. There are no facilities on site, so campers need to bring their own supplies. Luckily the beach has its own tuck shop to buy food and drinks from. The beach is a popular spot for swimming and picnicking, don’t miss the sunsets and sunrises here as the views are spectacular.


Facilities:    Wind-resistant cooking pits, Flushing Toilets (about 200m from the campsite)


5. Tung Lung Chau Campsite

For an island getaway






This underrated island is the best place for a weekend island getaway. The campsite is reachable by kaito at Sam Ka Tsuen Public Pier in Lei Yue Mun and Shau Kei Wan.

On the island you’ll find the Tung Lung Fort, which according to record, was built in the Qing Dynasty (between 1662 and 1722) and defended pirates, and the largest ancient rock carving in Hong Kong.


Facilities:    Barbeque pits, benches and tables, information boards, rubbish bins and pavilions, Dry toilet pits


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