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Best Camping Spots in Hong Kong

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Campsites are finally set to reopen on Thursday, 17th November after being closed for over two years. So, if you have been itching to escape into the outdoors for a while then go grab your gear and spend a relaxing weekend away at one of these top campsites. 




Northeast of Sai Kung

View over a campsite overlooking the sea and mountains of Tap Mun.


Tap Mun also known as Grass Island, is filled with green meadows and wandering, wild cattle. After a breezy ferry ride, you’ll arrive at the secluded neighbourhood of Tap Mun. The campsite is atop a hill, offering stunning views of the surrounding area and attracts campers and picnic-goers alike. When night descends, enjoy some fantastic stargazing.

GETTING THERE: In Sai Kung take the 94 bus from Sai Kung Town to Wong Shek Pier, and catch the ferry to the island.




Sai Kung

Campers around a campfire on Ham Tin Beach


Camp right on the beach. The beach takes a bit of a hike to reach but the sea views are totally worth it. Fall asleep to the soothing sounds of the ocean. There is a tuck shop that offers food and drinks available on the beach, so you don’t have to worry about snacks, you can also rent surfboards too.

GETTING THERE: From Sai Kung Town Centre, take bus 94 for Wong Shek Pier and alight at Pak Tam Au. Follow the track down MacLehose Trail Stage 2. Alternatively, you can take a speedboat from Sai Kung Pier.




Cheung Chau Island

Lime green tent underneath a tree with pink blooms.


This tranquil island spot comes complete with a range of tents to choose from, so that you don’t have to carry your own around. Offering Mongolian yurts, tepees, safari-style tents and futuristic stargazing domes, each is fully stocked with all the bedding and camping gear you will need.

Find out more here.




Tung Lung Island

Campers on a cliff at Tung Lung Chau campsite overlooking the ocean below.


Popular with climbing enthusiasts and history buffs alike, the three-hectare Tung Lung Chau camping site can be found on the northeast of the island, along with barbecue pits and a few nearby restaurants. You can’t beat the spectacular ocean views.

GETTING THERE: Take a ferry from Sam Ka Tsuen Pier in Yau Tong or Shau Kei Wan Typhoon Shelter in Sai Wan Ho.




IMAGE CREDITS: Vistamika, Globe Trotting Adventurer, Sai Yuen Camping Adventure Park, Norejeel