Camping Sites

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city on a weekend or the holidays, then pack up your camping gear and take a ferry, catch a minibus, or hike to some of the territory’s quieter spots.

Situated north of Sai Kung East Country Park on the Sai Kung Peninsula, Tap Mun Island, also known as Grass Island, doesn’t have an official campsite but many put up their tents on the island’s grassy hilltop, which offers beautiful views of the surrounding area. Situated within Sai Kung East Country Park, many come to Ham Tin Wan to enjoy the soft sand and clear waters; you can rent tents, sleeping bags, and surfboards here.

Over on Lantau Island, there’s a holiday campsite in Pui O, where you can set up your tent and enjoy beer and burgers at the public barbecue pits. A 20-minute walk from Tung Lung Chau’s public pier, you can admire Donglong stone carvings at Tung Lung Chau campsite before bedding in for the night.

At a private camping and adventure park on the southwestern tip of Cheung Chau Island, there are African safari tents, Mongolian gers, and native American teepees for hire, and there’s also a bring-your-own tent zone. Activities on offer include junior abseiling, arts & crafts workshops, and a tree top canopy walk.