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It’s not a very popular place I guess as not too crowded
But it’s a must visit
Walk around the dam is cool
You can go to the dam as close as you need
Few BBQ joints are also there for foodies
Very relaxing place...More
The trail leads around several reservoirs built more than a century ago in a luxuriant valley on Hong Kong Island. The stone dams and water towers by the waterscape are beautiful to look at. There are panels along the way that explains the story and...More
Tai tam reservoir is great location to visit if you're looking for a place to hike,it is perfectly built to facilitate smooth hiking and barbecue when tired,the water flow on the tai tam narrow bridge makes location very unique
There are many trails within the Tai Tam area. If you are prepared to hike for 3-5 km (hilly), try start from the south entrance of the reservoir, head north and hug the main reservoir, then turn northwest and see the middle reservoir and bear...More
Living in the Stanley/Tai Tam area the best way to enter the trail is from the Stanley Pumping Station (close to the roundabout). There are a hundred odd steps - quite steep and narrow. Once up on top, turn right. (If you turn left, the...More
Tai Tam Reservoirs are one of heritage trail in city centre. It is connected with several reservoirs and you can take the hike depends on own choice.
If you are capable to hike with 100 steps & elevation gain around 300M. You can start at...More
We did a slow hike using the paved food path. It is a rather easy hike and took us about 2 hours. The views of the dams and the reservoirs are beautiful and peaceful. For those that wish to have a picnic, there are some...More
The first one hour plus was all uphill and sights are spread out and few in between. Two sights stood out: the view over the valley and that over the city / harbor was nice. At the top, u have to decide whether to head...More