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“Is it possible to get a “free” accommodation in Hong Kong by staying in their camp sites?!?” was my reaction when I saw for the first time a public camping site in Lantau Island. Yeah, I know; it was so typical Pinoy of me — freeloader alert. =)
Their camping site facility is fully equipped with amenities: toilet, bathroom, cooking area, etc. I felt like I can practically live there. Plus the one I saw was by the beach that it definitely beats any of those “affordable” (but still pricey for a 3rd-world citizen) cramp accommodation in HK.
Their clothes line even has a view.
Here are some of the camping rules plastered in the area. I took photo of them for reference in case you’re interested to try their camping site. Or you can check Holiday Camps Leisure and Cultural Services Department website for more information >>.
Enjoying coffee at the Pui O Campsite before trekking because #bloggerpose.
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