Tai Sheung Tok
|Tai Sheung Tok, Hong Kong|
View of Tai Sheung Tok
|Elevation||399 m (1,309 ft)|
Geography [ edit ]
Tai Sheung Tok used to be 419m in height, but because of mining activities in the 20th century, it now has one major peak at 399m in height. To the southwest lies the former Anderson Quarry. Civic construction work on the Development at Anderson Road (DAR) is being finished, and another project called the Development of Anderson Road Quarry Site (ARQ) has recently commenced at the foot of Tai Sheung Tok.
Access [ edit ]
Section 3 of the Wilson Trail runs along the north eastern side of Tai Sheung Tok, connecting Ma Yau Tong with Tseng Lan Shue. It is possible to access the summit by walking through thick bushes from the Wilson Trail or from Anderson Road.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
- Ovalles, Cesar; Jr, Carl E. Rechsteiner (2015-04-02). Analytical Methods in Petroleum Upstream Applications. CRC Press. ISBN 9781138001480.
- "Major Projects - Development at Anderson Road". www.cedd.gov.hk. Retrieved 2019-09-09.
- "Planning Study on Future Land Use at Anderson Road Quarry - Feasibility Study". www.pland.gov.hk. Retrieved 2019-09-09.
- "Development of Anderson Road Quarry Site - About Development of Anderson Road Quarry Site". arqs.hk. Retrieved 2019-09-09.
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