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Tung Ping Chau is an island situated at Mirs Bay of the northeastern waters in Hong Kong and is part of the Northeast New Territories Sedimentary Rock Region of the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark. It has the youngest rocks in Hong Kong and is famous for its fine laminated and colourful sedimentary rocks. Famous landforms include Lung Lok Shui, Kang Lau Shek and Cham Keng Chau, etc.

The waters surrounding Tung Ping Chau are also designated as the Tung Ping Chau Marine Park, which is the habitat of 65 species of stony coral, over 130 species of reef associated fishes and more than 200 species of marine invertebrates.


Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark

Tung Ping Chau Marine Park


To plan your journey to Tung Ping Chau, 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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