- Difficulty: 1/5 (Easy, except if you try hiking Nei lak Shan).
- Duration: 1.5 Hour
- Distance: 4 Km
- Route: Ngong Ping - Sham Wat Road
- Terrain: 40% Boulder Path, 50% Tarmac and 10% Natural
- Cellphone Coverage: Great
- GPS Coverage: Very Good
- Pack/s: Standard Waist/Belt Pack.
- Liquid Supplement: 500ml
- Clothing: Shorts & Shirt
- Shoes: Standard rubber shoes works just fine except if you try to Hike Nei Lak Shan, you must wear a porper hiking shoes.
- Food: 1 Power Bar (or nothing at all because there's a store around Ngong Ping)
- Extras: Sunscreen (During summer because the trail is very exposed), Hiking Pole (Optional if your trying to hike Nei Lak Shan). Mosquito repellent, Mini personal first aid kit, Hat and Sunglasses (on Summer).
|NEI LAK SHAN (754masl)|
Considered as the 8th Highest Peak in Hong Kong (Photo was taken ust at the bottom section of Lantau Buddha.)
Trek along the route heading Wisdom Path will get you to the stating area of Lantau Trail Section 4.
|The Phoenix & Wooden Gateway|
|Quickly after browsing around at Ngong Ping Campsite, just simple turn back out and proceed towards this section to continue your hike.|
|"T-Junction" ...again this trail is clearly marked and all you need to do is to follow the vivid yellow color signage that says "Lantau Trail", the Distance Point and Duration Time are also stated.|
|After hiking through the boulder path and pass the Ngong Ping 360 village, you will now return to this staggering concrete path until you reach the end of this section.|
|Nearly done...this huge Lantau Country Park signboard stands close to the starting point of Lantau Trail Section 5 which means your almost done with your easy hike.|