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Hei Ling Chau landing permission

  1. #1

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    Hei Ling Chau landing permission

    Hi, has anyone gone hiking on Hei Ling Chau? I would like to go there but the ferry says that you need landing permission. Can't figure out how and reluctant to call the ferry company so thought I'd ask here.

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    Afaik you can only get a permit if you are visiting someone in the prison there.


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    Or if you have a kayak. I'm interested to know, too. Let's hope -- fingers crossed -- that we will NEVER be able to visit.


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    I saw an old post for a hike there and also now they opened up mooring permits so thinking there must be a way. So pretty and little development, would really like to go.


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    A friend of mine took the ferry there last year for a simple walk about, and was detained in a small room for a couple of hours until the next ferry arrived that took him back.


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    When I first moved to Peng Chau in 2011 I was trying to find the ferry to DB and got on the one for Hei Ling Chau- when I saw where I was, I didn't get off (big signs about needing landing permission). I'm sure the ferry guy wondered what I was doing on the ferry in the first place. So I get the fact if I don't have permission, they won't be too pleased...

    Even if you are visiting someone, you probably don't have permission to wander about...

    Guess I need to buy a boat and moor it there...