Fun activity in Hong Kong: Bike ride from Tai Wai to Plover Cove (Tai Mei Tuk)

It was a gorgeous day yesterday, so we decided to conquer the most popular bike ride in Hong Kong.

The route starts in Tai Wai, on the banks of the Shing Mun River and goes all the way to the Plover Cove reservoir. The bike route is separated from roads and traffic all the way, so it’s safe from cars (but not safe from silly bike riders).

The route is 25/30km long and took us approx 4 hours, mainly because Jeff thought he was on a snack bar crawl and wanted to stop at every snack cart along he way.

It was really great fun! The sun was shining and the temperature was just right. For the first 3 hours the path wasn’t too crowded and we only met one or two silly riders. When we got to Plover Cove reservoir, it was quite crowded and full of families with kids. But it was the end of the ride for us and we could give the bikes back!

We took so lovely pictures along the way, enjoy!

 

 

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