Enjoy cycling in Tai Wai

Tai Wai is a paradise for cyclists! Put on your safety helmet and sportswear, step on your bicycle and set off from Tai Wai Cycling Track, and you can reach a number of scenic spots and photo-taking hotspots!

Setting off from Tai Wai Station

Tai Wai, as the most popular intersection of cycling tracks in East New Territories, has plenty of bicycle rental shops. Many people opt for Tai Wai as the starting point when planning cycling routes. If you want to relax and enjoy the riverside scenery, you can choose the route to Ma On Shan. Ending at Wu Kai Sha Public Pier, the route is about 13 kilometers long and a one-way journey only takes around 2 hours. If you want to enjoy the scenery along the most iconic cycling route in Tai Wai, you can go for the route ending in Tai Mei Tuk. With a total length of about 24 kilometers, a one-way journey takes around 3 hours. Some advanced cyclists will pass through Fanling and Sheung Shui, heading west to Yuen Long and Tuen Mun. The route is about 50 kilometers long and requires a lot of strength. Remember to bring sufficient water and snacks to replenish your energy! Whether you would like to have a leisure trip or take on an endurance challenge, starting from Tai Wai enables you to enjoy different kinds of cycling fun!

Roaming around Cycling Tracks

Among the many cycling routes in Tai Wai, the most popular track is the section from Tai Wai to Tai Mei Tuk. Along the way, you will pass many scenic spots such as the Shing Mun riverside, Pak Shek Kok Promenade, Science Park, Tai Po Waterfront Park and others. This track’s distance makes it ideal for family or group riding. You can enjoy the fun of cycling, appreciate the beautiful scenery of Tolo Harbour, experience the leisure in New Territories’ suburbs and move around freely in nature on your bike.

Enjoy the Shing Mun sunset

On your way back, the golden sunset and the city views along the Shing Mun riverside are simply heart-melting. Enjoy the dynamic and enchanting atmosphere on your bike, feel the rhythm of the wind and forget all your troubles in life. Having a relaxing day can recharge both your body and mind. Back in Tai Wai, you can park your bike in the indoor bicycle parking lot in The Wai, then take a rest in the shopping mall featuring more than 150 shops and restaurants. The variety of recreation options will definitely make your Tai Wai bicycle trip even more delightful.