Hiking: Infinity Pool

There’s a natural infinity pool on Lantau and it’s not the best kept secret. Quite a lot people know about this place, so it was not surprising that it was quite packed when we visited it last Saturday.

We walked from Shek Pik to Tai O (here’s the full post) and just before we hit Tai O, we walked past the steps that climb up to the Man Cheung Pool.

It is about 20 minutes uphill, on a slightly overgrown footpath.

Man Cheung Po infinity pool Tai O Lantau 1

There were already quite a few hikers and explores around and in the pool. Some even sat on the corner of the pool, above the drop. How scary!

Man Cheung Po infinity pool Tai O Lantau 2

The Man Cheung Po pool is fed by the waterfalls surrounding it. It looks natural, but the damn is man-made. Still, it is a fantastic place to cool down!

Man Cheung Po infinity pool Tai O Lantau 3

Man Cheung Po infinity pool Tai O Lantau 4

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