Visiting the Tin Liu Ha Valley

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This is a pleasant hike which will not take more than one hour. It is all on single lane road or concrete footpath. The route takes you along farm land and fields which, happily, are still in use and through a village. The walk is perfect for the elderly or families with young children and you end up back on the main road within sight of the bus stop. It could be done on a Sunday morning or even afternoon. But, if you are planning to do it in the warmer months take plenty of water with you.

To get to the start of the walk take the 64K bus from the Tai Po Bus terminus or you can pick it up at Tai Wo. Watch for the Chung Uk Tsuen stop and after alighting continue on along the road until the you come to the junction with She Shan Road. 

Alternatively, you can take the 25K green minibus from Tai Wo and ask the driver for She Shan. You may hear other passengers call out ‘Sun Lo,’ which is the local name for the stop. The minibus will stop at the junction.

Turn left down She Shan Road and continue until you come to the junction on your right for Tin Liu Ha.  

As you leave San Tong and come on to Lam Kam Road you are right across the road from the 64K KMB bus stop and if you wish you can have a snack and drink at the Kwan Yick Store.

If you are feeling energetic you can combine this route with the walk that will take you to the Wishing Tree along the Lam Tsuen River. Please take a look at San Tsuen to the Wishing Tree.

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Published by stewartgoeswalkies

Happily married man to a wonderful lady. Living in Hong Kong. In my younger days I enjoyed hiking, camping and rock climbing. I've trekked in the Himalayas and climbed Mt. Kinabalu in East Malaysia.

3 thoughts on “Visiting the Tin Liu Ha Valley

    1. stewartgoeswalkies – Happily married man to a wonderful lady. Living in Hong Kong. In my younger days I enjoyed hiking, camping and rock climbing. I've trekked in the Himalayas and climbed Mt. Kinabalu in East Malaysia.
      stewartgoeswalkies says:

      Thank you, Dave. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

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