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Tsim Sha Tsui Metro Station

Meeting point

21km

Distance

Duration

4 hours
Cycle

Information

Activity Highlights:

Visitors might only know the city side of Hong Kong, but the nature and culture of Hong Kong are also very attractive, this bike tour takes you to the backyard of Hong Kong. In Nam Sang Wai, one of the most important wetland in Hong Kong, you will see the nature of Hong Kong. Shui Mei village is one of the oldest villages in Hong Kong, it will show you the history of Hong Kong.

What to Expect:

Yuen Long District contains a lot of old villages, some of them are over 1,000 years old. Some of the important buildings, like the ancestral halls and study rooms which were built during the Imperial China era, are preserved. The fish farms and villages in Nam Sang Wai help to protect one of the most important wetlands in Hong Kong, where you might see hundreds of thousands migrant birds during the winter, you might also find mudskippers and fiddler crabs on the mudflats.

Itinerary

  • Train from Tsim Sha Tsui to Yuen Long (30mins)
  • Get to know your bike
  • Cycle out of Yuen Long into the villages and beautiful countryside
  • Cross the river on a traditional rowing boat with your bike
  • Cycle through the picturesque Nam Sang Wai overlooking the Wetland Park
  • Explore a family run farm to feed the fishes & goats
  • Stop off to refuel with one of our favourite Cantonese snacks at the farm
  • Cycle to Shui Mei Village to visit the famous Tree-House, Tang Clan Ancestral hall and Study Room

Inclusions

  • Comfortable bikes for an enjoyable cycle
  • Friendly experienced guide
  • Visits to points of interest, hear interesting stories & explanations from your bike guide.
  • Bottled Water
  • English/ Chinese  Commentary
  • Helmet hire (Optional)

Exclusions

  • Snacks & refreshments
  • Hotel pickup/drop off
  • Gratuities - optional and appreciated

Notes

  • This tour is suitable for ages 12-64
  • Helmets are not a legal requirement in Hong Kong but are recommended
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