Tap Mun is located on the eastern fringes of Sai Kung and is reachable by ferry from Wong Shek in 30 minutes. It is a fishing village, but has developed into an eco-tourism day trip destination for city dwellers in recent years.
Surrounded by countryside, the seas are calm and the waters are very clean.
Locals dry seaweed in the open.
Surrounded by water on 4 sides, I expected seafood to feature prominently on the fresh menu. This noodle was delicious and costed a cheap 30 dollars.
The scheduled ferries stop service at around sunset. With a mountain and ocean setting, the sunset was bound to be spectacular.
Camping is a popular activity on the southern part of the island, which is accessible via a well-paved hiking trail. There is no need to make appointments with the park agency, but just get there early to secure your own piece of nature.
The reward for spending a night in the tent is a beautiful sunrise just past 6:30am the next morning.
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