Tai Tam Country Park nestled in the eastern corner of Hong Kong Island. From Jardine's Lookout in the north, it sprawls across the slopes of The Twins to end at the southern border on Stanley Gap Road. The western border lies in Wong Nai Chung Gap, while Tai Tam Road marks its eastern boundary. The park occupies a total area of 1 315 ha, approximately 1/5 of Hong Kong Island’s land area.
Tai Tam Reservoir is located inside the Country Park. The paths around the Reservoir, adorned with flourishing trees and surrounded by beautiful landscapes, are suitable for visitors of all ages. The tracks around Violet Hill, the Twins and Lo Fu Shan are comparatively rougher. In addition, there lies the well-known Sir Cecil's Ride running through Wong Nai Chung Gap and Mount Parker Road.
To plan your journey to Tai Tam Country Park, you may visit the website below for transport information. Alternatively, you may click the “Journey” button in the Google Map below.
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