- From the bus station beside Diamond Hill MTR Station, take bus 92 to its terminus at Sai Kung town.
- Bus 111 from Cenral, opposite HSBC in Queen's Road Central to Choi Hung.
- Board the Sai Kung minibus from exit C2 of Choi Hung MTR Station.
- At Sai Kung Terminus take 94 bound for Wong Shek Pier and alight at the Country Park Visitor Centre at Pak Tam Chung.
- On Sundays & Public Holidays, you can directly ride from Diamond Hill Bus Terminus by catching Bus 96R and alight at the Country Park Visitor Centre at Pak Tam Chung.
- Final option is to catch a Taxi from Sai Kung Terminus to Pak Tam Chung should cost roughly around HK$50.
- Difficulty: 2/5 (Strenuous Hike)
- Distance: 10.6 Km
- Duration: 3 Hours
- Terrain: 100% Concrete
- Mobile Coverage: Good
- GPS Coverage: Excellent
- Pack: 8L - 17L
- Liquid Supplement: 1L - 2L
- Clothing: Shorts & Shirts (Summer) + Wind Breaker (Winter)
- Shoes: Regular rubber shoes works
- Extras: (Summer) Sunglasses, Sunscreen & Hat / (Winter) Wind Breaker & Convertible Pants
Start at Pak Tam Chung and walk through the clearly marked pathways along the concrete trail heading towards the High Island Reservoir / Main Dam.
|WATER SPORTS CENTRE|
M006 - Hong Kong has always been short of water, and imaginative scheme have been implemented to address the city's problem. Henceforth, the local government provide some recreational facilities for those who love water sports.
|Post M018 - this is a monument to perished construction workers heralds the final Dam. It was build with giant dolosses and one was placed on top to commemorate the waterfront in Sai Kung.|
|The Giant Concrete Dolosses looks like a double-sided "Thor's Hammer". This Dolosses helps protect against the approaching tide of the South China Sea.|
|Hong Kong Geopark Landmark next the Pavilion|
|While resting at the Pavilion, this massive rock formation is very charming to photographed. The hexagonal shape of the rock is natural which makes plenty of island tourist fascinated by its beauty.|