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  • Dear Daphne
    Hong Kong, China385 contributions
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    This restaurant is located by the Tseung Kwan O promenade with a view of the Tseung Kwan O New Bridge. The restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating, with a European restaurant style. The crossover afternoon tea is very special.

    Instead of using the English afternoon tea arrangement, the plate is beautifully arranged. One shelf puts those savoury and the other shelf puts those sweet.

    This time, Aromatherapy Associate x afternoon tea has two mini shower gel and oil as gifts.

    With mascarpone cheese&espresso Italian cheese tart, Italian soft cheese, espresso coffee, this is my favorite dessert.

    For the savoury, I like SMOKED SALMON TART the most. Salmon roe is delicious with smoked salmon.
    Written 17 November 2022
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,042 contributions
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    With the warmer weather arriving, weekend bike rides are quickly becoming a popular family activity, especially along designated cycling paths like the Tai Wai to Tei Mai Tuk (22 km one way). There are numerous places to rent backs in Tai Wai, Sha Tin, Ma On Shan, Tai Po Waterfront Park and Tei Mei Tuk. You can arrange for one way rentals and drop-offs or return rentals depending on where you want to start and how much cycling you want to complete along the route. Rental places are generally open from 10am to 7pm daily daily.

    The route goes along the Shing Mun River and along the west and northern shores of the Tolo Harbour. There are some great promenade areas and large city parks you will pass as well as a couple of historic attractions and museum you can stop and enjoy along the way. You will also pass eateries around Science Park just past University and at the seaside village of Tai Mei Tuk at Plover Cove.

    During our bike ride, we rented bikes near Hang Tai Road in Ma On Shan and crossed the Shing Mun River to link up to the bike route. We spent several hours around the Pak Shek Kok Promenade, Tolo Harbour Gardens and the area around the historic Island House south of the Yuen Chau Tsai Park and Tai Po Waterfront Park. We then returned leisurely, lingering around the bridges around the Shing Mun River, spending nearly 6 total hours biking and relaxing on the Tolo Harbour.

    This is a really fun way to spend time outdoors when the weather is favourable. Do note, that on weekends, the bike path can be very busy by afternoon, at times even crowded with bikers. If you go during the week, you won't encounter many others.
    Written 15 March 2022
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  • Brad
    Hong Kong, China173,042 contributions
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    The Kap Lung Loop Trail consists of two separate trails linked together in the eastern end of the Tai Lam Country Park, just west of the boundary with the Tai Mo Shan Country Park. This is an easy hike that is 6.3 km in distance and offers a bit of climbing through fairly dense forested areas. It is not a high traffic trail for hikers but is shared with bikers using the Ho Pui Mountain Bake Trail

    The trailhead(s) are found at Tsuen Kam Au just north of the Tai Mo Shan Country Park bus stop (KMB Bus 51 to/from Tsuen Wan). Just follow the signs and you'll quickly find yourself at the start of the loop route made up of the Kap Lung Ancient Trail (east) and the Kap Lung Forest Track (west).

    The Kap Lung Ancient Trail is an old stone path constructed by villagers in the distant past. It is around 2.4 km and passes by lovely streams and through dense forests until reaching the small road into the Tai Lam Country Park. Follow that road west a few hundred metres and you will find public toilets, picnic spots, the Farm Milk Co. premise (a popular stop for lunch for hikers and visitors to this section of the country park) as well as the start of the Kap Lung Forest Track.

    The Kap Lung Forest Track meanders through the woodland on the slope across the main stream and is around 3.9 km before arriving at the same junction and meeting place with the Kap Lung Ancient Trail. Again, you are walking through a lot of fairly dense forest area which is nice. Even on weekends, you will see some other hikers but not many compared to Hong Kong's more popular trails.

    Note: From Tsuen Kam Au, both trails descend gradually until the meeting point. As such, on dry days it doesn't matter much which way you start the loop trail as you are going down around 400 metres elevation one way and then back up the same distance on the other trail. However, if it is wet or raining, I would suggest descending the Forest Track and returning back on the Ancient Trail, which is easier to manage going up if the stones are potentially wet and slippery.

    Overall, the Kap Lung Ancient Trail Loop is fine for those looking to spend time on a fairly easy, family friendly forest hike that is conveniently accessible to Tsuen Wan (KMB bus 51).
    Written 15 February 2022
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