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Tsing Yi Nature Trail

Tsing Yi Nature Trail (Chinese: 青衣自然徑 ), also known as Kwai Tsing Reunification Health Trail is a hiking trail on Tsing Yi Island, New Territories, Hong Kong. At the highest point, it has a view of Rambler Channel and Ma Wan Channel, with Ting Kau Bridge and Tsing Ma Bridge spanning over.

Getting to Tsing Yi Nature Trail:
From MTR Tsing Yi Station Exit A1, take bus 248M to the last stop at Cheung Wang Estate. Alight the bus and walk up Liu To Road to find the north entrance of the Tsing Yi Nature Trails on the right.



Cheung Wang Estate bus stop



Walk up Liu To Road.



You can find the north entrance of the Tsing Yi Nature Trail on the right.





Climb the stone steps to start the journey of Tsing Yi Nature Trail.





Just going up the stone steps, you can overlook the Ting Kau Bridge.



Most of the trails along the way are made of cement and stone, with railings beside them.



Even pigeons are attracted here.



Came to the first pavilion, called the Return Trail Memorial Pavilion. There are several pavilions like this on the Tsing Yi Nature Trail.



Climb up the stairs, with the shade, not afraid of the sun.



The second viewing pavilion is called No. 3 viewing pavilion. The area around the pavilion is wide and many people will do sports here. Then follow the signs to the Picnic Area No. 2.





After seeing this Trigonometrical Station, it means that we have reached the highest point. Picnic area No. 2 is just ahead. This is a very popular shoot location on the Tsing Yi Nature Trail.



Many people like to stand on this rock and take photos with the Tsing Ma Bridge as the background.



Tsing Ma Bridge is a bridge in Hong Kong. It is the world's 14th-longest span suspension bridge, and was the second longest at time of completion. The bridge was named after the two islands it connects, namely Tsing Yi and Ma Wan. It has two decks and carries both road and rail traffic, which also makes it the largest suspension bridge of this type.



Tsing Ma Bridge





The other side is Tsing Yi urban area.



There are also many people who choose to enter from the south entrance, but I think it will be more difficult to enter from the south entrance than the north.



After passing the Picnic Area No. 2, notice that there is a bifurcation on the right hand side of the road.





The Tsing Ma Bridge was in front of him, but his vision was somewhat blocked.







Picnic area No. 1. Although it is under the epidemic situation, some people still gather for eating.



This long stone road is also one of the popular shoot locations.



There are many butterflies in this place.



The butterfly is sucking nectar.



Coming to the second Trigonometrical Station, you can get a closer view of the city view of Tsing Yi.





Tsing Yi city view



There is a long stone road next, but fortunately it is down the mountain.



The south entrance of Tsing Yi Nature Trail.



After exiting from the south entrance, walk north to the bus stop. There are many buses to go back to the Tsing Yi MTR station.

This trip takes about 2 hours, is simple and easy, and the transportation is convenient.

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02/02/2021

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