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...it is worth climbing up to this lookout point so you can see across the island and over towards some others too. Looking down to the secluded ‘Coral Beach’ is especially lovely and it’s a good spot to rest for heading down there. The views of Cheung Chau itself are also excellent.
發表日期:2021年1月24日
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BradJill
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One of the interesting places to find along the Cheung Chau Family Walk trail is the North Lookout Pavilion in the northern sector of the island. This is the highest point on Cheung Chau.

What you find here is a traditional Chinese style pavilion from which you are afforded nice views of the small and secluded Coral Beach to the east. Further in the distance to the east you will be able to see directly across to Lamma Island and further on to Hong Kong Island when visibility is good.

If you look to the south, you will see popular Tung Wan Beach and the main village on Cheung Chau. Turn and look to the northwest and you'll see Lantau Island.

To reach the North Lookout Pavilion, simply take the main walking trail to the north and follow the signs. Its best to have a trail map downloaded on your mobile phone but its rather easy to find on your own as well. The path is a modest uphill climb, around 25-30 minutes from the main ferry pier if you factor in a few stops to take pictures along the way.
發表日期:2020年10月19日
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Mairwen1
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Cheung Chau has a wonderful old-world fishing village atmosphere and some great hiking. The hike to North Lookout Pavilion is a steep walk to the highest point on the island, with magical views at the top. From here, you have a panoramic view down upon the island’s tombolo formation and in the other direction, you look across the sea to Lantau Island, with Kowloon and the western end of Hong Kong Island in the distance.

It is an uphill walk all the way but the climb is pretty steady. It’s not as steep or as long as walking up the Peak so if you have done that, you’d have no trouble at all with this walk. The paths and stairs are even and there are no rough patches. If it has been raining, the path might possibly be a little mossy and slippery but otherwise it's a reliably safe and good path. A large part of the trail is closed in with greenery which keeps it shady and a little cooler.

GETTING THERE
1. Coming off the #5 Cheung Chau ferry, turn left and walk about 5 -10 min until you come to the last seafood restaurant, The New Baccarat (can recommend this for lunch later – see separate review).
2. Right beside the restaurant, but set a little further back, you will see the Pak Tai temple, with a large, open square in front of it. Cross the square and turn right up the hill.
3. You will pretty quickly come to a house with 2 red columns and the path will diverge. Stick to your left and head up the stairs.
4. At the top of the staircase, is a rest area. In a spot of good luck, we arrived here just as the tail end of a typhoon hit the island and we sheltered here until it passed.
5. From here, follow the concrete path to your right and keep heading uphill. You’ll start to see signs to North Lookout Pavilion now. This is the steepest part but it doesn't last for long.
6. Look out for another rest area on your left (they seem to be inordinately fond of rest areas on Cheung Chau). There are pavilion-like shelters here but this is not your final stop and it’s very overgrown so has barely any view.
7. As you enter the rest area, on your left, you will see a set of stairs with wooden railings, leading through the greenery. This will take you directly up to the pavilion where the most panoramic view will open up before you.
8. After you’ve stopped at the pavilion, press on and walk down the extra set of stairs to the point right at the edge of the island. You would think the views couldn't get better but they do, so don't baulk at these final stairs. 
9. I believe that you can also take stairs down to the small, secluded Tung Wan Tsai Beach but we didn't do this.

All in all, you should allow about 1.5 - 2 hours there and back.

NOTE: There is more than one path to the lookout. We took the route that kept us mostly on walking trails rather than the road. If you are cycling, then you would keep to the road instead. In that case, keep going past the seafood restaurants, leaving the main village and following the road as it loops around the island. Don’t turn off, keep riding past a couple of little bays until you get to a steep road on your right which leads up to the pavilion. If have padlocks, you can chain your bike up and walk from here.
發表日期:2020年10月3日
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