Notes to Participants
- Please make multiple bookings for reservations of 3 people or more
Route View Map
(Point 1) The Nam Sang Wai ferry -- (Point 2) The River Red Gum tree ride -- (Point 3) The glade -- (Point 4) Nam Sang Wai Road -- (Point 5) Fishpond Education Kiosk -- (Point 6) Nam Sang Wai Road
- Difficulty: Easy
- Cycling time: ~ 2 hours
- Distance: ~ 7 km
- There are cafés and stores selling snacks, noodles and drinks along the cycling trail.
- Tour guide and round trip transportation are provided.
Assembly and Dismissal Details
- Assembly time: 8:00 am
- Assembly and dismissal point: Middle Road (Ground Level of Exit L1, MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station), Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
- Roundtrip transportation: assembly point to the cycling starting point and the cycling end point to dismissal point
Before the trip:
- Make sure you are covered by the travel or any applicable insurance.
- Gauge whether your fitness level is appropriate for the difficulty level of the route.
- Any person who is pregnant or suffering from chronic diseases such as heart disease or high blood pressure should not participate in the this event.
- For cyclists - basic mass cycling skills and proper knowledge of road safety are mandatory requirements.
- For participants between the age of 12 to 17, they must obtain consent from their parents or guardians in order to join the tour. Parents/Guardians are required to sign Parent/Guardian Consent Form at the assembly point before the commencement of the Tour.
- Pay attention to weather conditions – if the trip is to be cancelled due to inclement weather, you will be notified 2 hours before the assembly time of the trip by email. In this case a refund of the registration fee will be arranged.
- If weather condition deteriorates during the tour, the programme host may shorten or terminate the trip for safety’s sake. There will not be any refund of the registration fee in this case.
- Read the activity details and tips carefully and familiarise yourself with your chosen route.
- Wear appropriate gear and bring along extra clothing and supplies, such as hats, parasols, raincoats, windbreakers, maps, compasses, hiking sticks, water, food, electric torches, umbrellas, radios, first-aid kits, mobile phones etc. for different weather condition.
- For cyclists, please bring your own pads if necessary.
- Although there is no reported Zika transmission case in Hong Kong, participants are advised to apply mosquito repellent containing DEET when going to bush areas.
- The programme host will disseminate information to all Participants by email. Please ensure that the registered email address is valid and checked regularly.
At the assembly point:
- Participants should present their passports to verify their reservation.
- For participant aged under 18 must be able to bike on his/her own. His/her parent or guardian should show up in the assembly point for signing the Parent/Guardian Consent Form.
During the trip:
- Always follow the guidance of the representative(s) of programme host.
- Pay attention to the signs and terrain along the road to ensure that the route is correct. Always heed warning signs.
- Do not attempt to take any shortcuts, or stray away from the designated route or leave the team.
- Do not pick or eat wild fruit or drink spring water.
- Do not stand on cliff edges or climb onto rocks to take pictures or view scenery.
- Do not swim in reservoirs, rivers or at unmanned beaches.
- Do not litter or disrupt flora and fauna.
- Cooking or making fires is only permitted in designated areas. It is against the law to do so elsewhere, and could result in mountain fires.
- All participants are responsible for their own safety and should not leave the team and to make sure that they are physically fit to finish the entire tour. The organiser shall not be held responsible for any accident of whatever kind resulting in death or injury to the participants or for any damage to or loss of their personal property arising from the tour save where the same shall arise from the gross negligence or willful default of the organiser.
- Mobile phone coverage varies throughout Hong Kong’s trails. Poor coverage is especially likely to occur in eastern Sai Kung and northern Plover Cove.
- The HKTB and programme host has the right to reject any participant known or suspected to be unfit for the tours.
- Should you require any assistance, do not hesitate to voice out to the representative(s) of programme host.
- In the event of an emergency, note the number of the nearest distance post (e.g., M001) along your way, and call 112 or 999 or use the nearest emergency telephone.
- Bike, helmet and gloves will be prepared by the programme host. Please check the condition of your bike before the commencement of the tour. Ensure your bike is equipped with a bell.
- Upon receipt of the bike, you shall immediately inform the responsible personnel on site for necessary actions should there be any problems with the bike. You should keep the bike in good conditions while under their custody and shall return the bike in the same condition to the responsible personnel after use. Participants shall be solely responsible for the cost of repair and/or replacement of any bikes damaged or lost. Replacement cost for reference: HK$3,000 per bike and gear.
- HKTB is not a supplier of the bike and gear and shall not be responsible for any claim or liabilities in relation thereto.
- Always wear safety helmets when you are cycling.
- Do not carry passengers or animals or goods that might obstruct your vision or upset your balance.
- Wear safety helmets, gloves and pads before setting off.
- On cycling tracks, you must ride in single file, except when overtaking at the instruction of the tour guide. Ride along the left side of the road and keep clear of the kerb. Do not drift from side to side or zig-zag through traffic. Keep a safe distance from bicycles in front of you and be prepared for them to stop suddenly
- In the event of bad weather, be careful of slippery road surfaces
For more details on cycling safety, please visit the Transport Department
The English version of all disclaimers, notices and terms and conditions on the registration system shall prevail.
1. I’m not a regular biker. Am I fit for this tour?
This is an easy cycling route with little ascent or descent, though it can be a bit physically demanding as the route is long.
2. What should I wear for this trip?
Just comfortable apparel. Bring along an all-weather jacket as there is little shelter along the way. You may also want to see more tips in “Before the trip" section on helpful gear and accessories.
3. Do I have to bring my own bike and gear?
Bikes, helmets and gloves will be provided in the tour. Before the tour starts, check the condition of your bike. Ensure your bike is equipped with a bell. Always wear safety helmets when you are cycling. Make sure you return the bike in the same condition it was in at the beginning of the tour. You will be responsible for any damage to or loss of the bike and gear. Please bring your own pads.
4. Is there any replenishment point during the trip?
Yes, there are plenty eateries and tuck shops along the route. You may also stock up at the convenient store at the assembly point of the tour.
5. Can I leave in the middle of the trip?
Leaving the Tour in the middle of the trip is not recommended. Please ensure you are physically fit to complete the entire Tour. If you wish to leave in the middle of the tour, please complete a notification form available from the representative(s) of programme host. He/she will also let you know about the possible spots to leave before the commencement of tour. By leaving the tour you agree that you will be solely responsible for all liability arising from illness, injury, death, loss and economic consequences you may suffer or incur as a result of leaving the Tour in the middle of the trip. Please arrange your own transportation as you leave. The nearest public transportation from Nam Sang Wai is at MTR Yuen Long Station and you have to pay for the transportation at your own costs.