Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls lie in the northern foothills of Hong Kong’s highest mountain - Tai Mo Shan. With a drop of 35 m, the Main Fall is the highest waterfall in Hong Kong. The thick woodlands and the nice scenery nearby the waterfalls make the area a popular place for photography enthusiasts.
On the way to the waterfalls, you will find Man Tak Yuen, a Taoist temple with traditional Chinese architectural features.
To plan your journey to Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls, you may visit the website below for transport information.
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