Tung Lung Chau is an island off the southern tip of Clear Water Bay Peninsula.
Tung Lung Fort at the northeastern nib of the small island guarding against the pirates in the past evidenced Tung Lung Chau’s previous strategic military position. On the northwestern side of Tung Lung Chau lies the earliest recorded and largest in-situ rock carving in Hong Kong, measuring 1.8 m by 2.4 m. The rock carving and Tung Lung Fort were declared monuments in 1979 and 1980 respectively.
Tung Lung Chau is not accessible by public transport. You may arrange your own vessel.
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