Pui O Campsite

Introduction: Pui O Campsite, equipped with facilities like camp bays, barbecue pits and an office, is located next to Pui O Beach on Lantau Island.
Transportation: Take bus No. 1 or No. 4 (to Tong Fuk) at Mui Wo Ferry Pier and get off at Bui O Public School (a 15-minute ride), or take bus No. 3M or No. A35 at Tung Chung Town Centre and get off at Bui O Public School (a 30-minute ride).
No. of Camp Bays: 54
Main Facilities:
  • Barbecue pits
  • Pavilions/Arbours
  • Toilets and changing rooms (to be shared with users of Pui O Beach)

Pui O Campsite

On-site Application

  Other than the specified dates (Note 1), the camp bays at Pui O Campsite are available for use by making on-site application at the campsite office.

Conditions of Use of Camp Places at Pui O Campsite


  1. - The camp places at Pui O Campsite are available for use upon on-site application on a first-come-first-served basis (excluding holiday periods such as the Labour Day, National Day and Lunar New Year). Applicants must be aged 18 or above and hold a Hong Kong Identity Card (for Hong Kong residents) or a valid travel document (for non-Hong Kong residents).
    - Each successful applicant will be assigned one camp place for a period of no more than six days. Campers should check in no earlier than 11:00 am, and check out before 10:00 am on the day of departure.
    - The campsite is closed on Tuesdays from 11:00 am to 11:00 am the following day for cleansing and maintenance. Campers are required to check out and leave the campsite with all personal belongings by 10:00 am on Tuesdays. Any personal belongings left behind by campers will be treated as found property. If the Tuesday falls on a public holiday, the campsite will be open as usual and the weekly cleansing and maintenance will be rescheduled for the next working day.

  2. - Applicants are required to complete the application form and sign the declaration undertaking to comply with the Bathing Beaches Regulation (Cap. 132 sub. leg. E) and the conditions of use of this campsite. They should produce their Hong Kong Identity Cards and valid travel documents for verification when making on-site applications. During their stay, campers may be required to present their identity documents for verification by our staff.
    - The information provided on the application form will be used for application processing and statistics compilation by authorised officers only. The use of forged identity documents will result in the application being rejected, and the forged documents will be handed over to law enforcement departments for follow-up action.
  3. The camp place/permit for use of the campsite is not transferable. The applicant must be present throughout the camp period.
  4. Campers should:
    (i) look after the children and persons with disabilities in their care;
    (ii) take care of their personal belongings;
    (iii) erect their tents in the designated camping area; and
    (iv) use the shower facilities at Pui O Beach for showering.
  5. In order to protect the environment and keep the campsite clean and tidy, please:
    (i) dispose of rubbish at the Rubbish Collection Point;
    (ii) hang your washing on the clothes lines;
    (iii)save water; and
    (iv)keep the noise down between 11:00 pm and 8:00 am.
  6. Campers shall NOT:
    (i) erect tents outside the designated camping area;
    (ii) use tents that exceed 6 square metres in size;
    (iii) allow their tents or tent ropes to block the paths or cause a nuisance to others;
    (iv) light fires outside the designated barbecue area;
    (v) smoke, consume alcohol, gamble, boil wax, cycle or climb trees in the campsite; and
    (vi) bring pets or birds.
    Offenders may be prosecuted.
  7. Inclement weather
    (i) The campsite will be temporarily closed if Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal No. 3 or above or Red or Black Rainstorm Warning Signal is issued by the Hong Kong Observatory. In addition, the campsite facilities may, for safety or operational reasons, be closed at the management’s discretion if they are deemed not suitable for use. In any of the above cases, campers shall leave the campsite as soon as is safe.
    (ii)Campers and visitors are advised to stay indoors or under shelter during thunderstorms.
    (iii)Campers will not be allocated with another camp place if they fail to use the assigned camp place within the specified period due to adverse weather or other special circumstances.
  8. The Leisure and Cultural Services Department reserves the right to amend the Conditions of Use of Camp Places at Pui O Campsite at any time without prior notice.

Contact Us

Islands District Leisure Services Office of Leisure and Cultural Services Department
Address: Rm. 622, 6/F, Harbour Building, 38 Pier Road, Central, Hong Kong
Telephone: 2852 3220
Fax: 2854 3949
Office hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 6:15 pm
Saturdays, Sundays & Public Holidays Closed
 
Pui O Campsite
Address: Pui O Beach, Lantau Island
Telephone: 2984 1116
Office hours: 8:00 am to 5:30 pm daily

Weekly Maintenance Day

Cleansing and maintenance are carried out at Pui O Campsite on Tuesdays from 11:00 am to 11:00 am the following day. Campers are required to check out and leave the campsite by 10:00 am on Tuesdays, and clear away all personal belongings before leaving.

If the Tuesday falls on a public holiday, the campsite will be open as usual and the weekly cleansing and maintenance will be rescheduled for the next working day.  For enquiries, please contact the staff of the Pui O Campsite Office.

Advance Booking Arrangements (applicable to specified dates(Note 1))

For enhanced management of the Campsite facilities LCSD has continued the advance booking arrangement for camp bays at Pui O Campsite for three mainland festive holidays, namely Labour Day, National Day and Chinese New Year by local residents.

Local residents who wish to use the campsite on any of the specified dates(Note 1) may submit their application forms according to the special booking arrangements. The 54 camp bays in the campsite will be allocated by drawing lots. Each applicant may book one camp bay only for not more than 4 consecutive nights. The applicant is required to produce his/her identity card and a confirmation letter / permit for use of the campsite for verification when checking in. Unreserved camp bays are available for use by local residents and tourists by making a registration at the campsite office on a first-come-first-served basis.

Booking Procedure

Local residents may submit their application forms within the specified dates.(Note 1) Completed application form should be submitted in person or by post to the Islands District Leisure Services Office of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department at Room 622, 6/F, Harbour Building, 38 Pier Road, Central, Hong Kong.

Each applicant may apply to use one camp bay only for a maximum consecutive period of 5 days and 4 nights. Repeated applications will not be processed.

Download Application Form

To be provided  
   
 (i) Labour Day Holiday:  
The above advance booking arrangement has been carried out between 29 April and 3 May 2017
   
(ii) National Day Holiday:  
To be announced
 
(iii) Lunar New Year Holiday:
 
The above advance booking arrangement has been carried out between 26 January and 2 February 2017

 


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