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Sam Mun Tsai Toilet Facilities

There are in total two public toilet in Sam Mun Tsai, which are free to use. We recommend you to use the toilet before departure as most of the outlying islands, such as Ma Shi Chau, do not have any toilet facilities.

 

Sam Mun Tsai Village (North) Public Toilet

Sam Mun Tsai Village (North) Public Toilet is located right next to Sam Mun Tsai Village Pier

 

 

Sam Mun Tsai Village (South) Public Toilet

Sam Mun Tsai Village (South) Public Toilet is located next to the starting point of hiking trail to Ma Shi Chau Tombolo

 

 

 

How to Get to Sam Mun Tsai|Sam Mun Tsai Transportation

MiniBus 20K from Tai Po Market Station Public Terminus to Sam Mun Tsai

Get off at Sam Mun Tsai Bus Terminus

 

 

Sam Mun Tsai Boatman Contact Information

馬屎洲快艇電話       92295167

三門仔船家電話 92295167

三門仔快艇電話 92295167

Luen Yick Fishermen Villager Pier Boatman Phone Number 92295167

Luen Yick Pier Boatman Phone Number 92295167

Luen Yick Pier Speedboat Phone Number 92295167

Luen Yick Boatman Phone Number 92295167

Luen Yick Speedboat Phone Number 92295167

三門仔村船家電話 92295167

大埔快艇船家電話    92295167

 

 

Sam Mun Tsai History

You can find the History of Sam Mun Tsai in Sam Mun Tsai Historical Gallery

 

 

All Photos taken by:@hansleytravel

Information Source:Tai Po Geoheritage Centre

 

Sam Mun Tsai Pak Kung

The Sam Mun Tsai “Pak Kung” was originally situated under a big tree at a corner of old Sam Mun Tsai, where a tablet was set up under the tree by the villagers. A “Pak Kung” is surely found in every fishermen settlement and is worshipped for safety in travel, peace and health. It is estimated that there were fishermen building houses and settling on shore in old Sam Mun Tsai before 1898. The fishermen who settled in old Sam Mun Tsai used to fish in the waters near Tai Mei Tuk and Tolo Harbour. Sheltered by the hills and islands nearby, old Sam Mun Tsai was a natural shelter harbour for the fishermen and the fishermen who later became local inhabitants of old Sam Mun Tsai continued the custom of worshipping “Pak Kung”. In 1965, the Government relocated the villagers of the old Sam Mun Tsai Village to Yim Tin Tsai (where the Sam Mun Tsai Fishermen’s New Village is currently situated) to make way for the Plover Cove Reservoir. Considering that they had been protected by the “Pak Kung” over the years, the fishermen decided to move to their new home with the “Pak Kung” to move to the new shrine in the Sam Mun Tsai Fishermen’s New Village, and the “Pak Kung” is still being worshipped by the villagers to date.

 

 

History of Old Sam Mun Tsai

 

 

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