Lau Fau Mountain
Last updated by fadri at 2014/5/4
Lantau Mountain is high on the southwest and low on the northeast. Its main peak, Phoenix Mountain has an altitude of 935 meters, and it's the second highest peak in Hong Kong. There is only a small piece of flat land along the stream which runs from the mountain. Tai O Town in the southwest is the most populated place on the island. It became a popular recreational area during the 1970s for Hong Kong residents and is very popular at weekends and holidays.
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How to Get There?
Highway: Visitor can take a bus to the island from Tung Chung station - Tung Chung Railway. From Kowloon to Tung Chung, they can either take E21 Bus at Olympic Station or take 31 Bus at Tsuen Wan.
By Ferry: Visitors can take No.6 Ferry at Central to Mui Wo and then change to a bus (the operational times for the ferry are from 0:30 to 23:30 for Sunday and holidays and from 0:30 to 23:50 for the rest time. On weekends, there are also ferries running between Tsim Sha Tsui and Mui Wo.
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