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Three Fathoms Cove or Kei Ling Ha Hoi (Chinese :企嶺下海) is a cove in Tai Po District, Hong Kong.
It is surrounded by Shap Sze Heung (Tseng Tau and Tai Tung are along the coast), Kei Ling Ha, Yung Shue O, Wong Tei Tung and Sham Chung. Most of its east shore constitutes part of the Sai Kung West Country Park.
To the north the cove is connected to Tolo Harbour and the Tolo Channel. The islands of Sam Pui Chau (三杯酒) and Wu Chau (烏洲) are located within the cove.
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The Islands District is one of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. It is part of the New Territories. It had a population of 170,900 in 2018.
Hong Kong has a long coastline that is full of twists and turns with many bays and beaches. Many of them are well sheltered by mountains nearby, as Hong Kong is a mountainous place. As a result, large waves seldom appear at the bays, making them suitable for human swimming.
Kei Ling Ha is an area on the Sai Kung Peninsula, in eastern New Territories of Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of Tai Po District.
Tolo Harbour, or Tai Po Hoi is a sheltered harbour in northeast New Territories of Hong Kong.
Plover Cove or Shuen Wan Hoi is a cove in the Tai Po District of Hong Kong, near Tolo Channel and Tolo Harbour.
Shap Sze Heung is an area in Hong Kong located in the northern part of the Sai Kung Peninsula. Despite its proximity to the neighbouring areas administered by Sha Tin and Sai Kung districts, it is actually administered by Tai Po District.
Plover Cove Country Park is a country park in Hong Kong located in the Northeastern New Territories. The original country park was established on 7 April 1978, covering 4,594 hectares of natural terrain in the administrative North District and Tai Po District. A northern extension to the park, Plover Cove (Extension) Country Park, was designated on 1 June 1979, covering the Double Haven islets and Ping Chau.
Ma Shi Chau (Chinese: 馬屎洲; Sidney Lau: Ma5Si2Jau1, literally "Horse Dung Island") is an island of Hong Kong, under the administration of Tai Po District. It is located in Tolo Harbour in the northeast New Territories (near Sam Mun Tsai). It is connected with another island, Yim Tin Tsai, by an isthmus traversable at low tide.
Yuen Chau Tsai, was an island in Tolo Harbour, Hong Kong. It is now connected to land by a causeway after land reclamation. It is part of Tai Po New Town in the Tai Po District.
A Site of Special Scientific Interest or SSSI is a special area to protect wildlife, habitats and geographic features based on scientific interest in Hong Kong. Scientific interests are special features relating to animal life, plant life, geology and/or geography. After being identified by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, these areas are documented by the Planning Department and added to maps. From 1975 to 2005, 67 locations were designated SSSIs throughout Hong Kong.
Prehistoric Hong Kong is the period between the arrival of the first humans in Hong Kong and the start of recorded Chinese history first appeared during the Han dynasty. The history of the southern region is reckoned to have been first recorded in 214 BC with Qin Shi Huang conquering the Baiyue and creating the Jiaozhou province.
Ma Shi Chau Special Area is a Special Area of Hong Kong. It is located in Tai Po District and in Tolo Harbour, in the northeast of the New Territories.
Yim Tin Tsai is an island of Hong Kong located in Tolo Harbour.
Wang Chau is an area of Yuen Long District, located in the northwestern part of Hong Kong, west of the Shan Pui River.
Centre Island or A Chau is a small uninhabited island of Hong Kong located in Tolo Harbour, in the northwestern part of the territory. Administratively, it is part of Tai Po District.
Sham Chung is an area of Neolithic settlement in Hong Kong. It is located near Wong Tei Tung beside Three Fathoms Cove on the Sai Kung Peninsula.
Yeung Chau is an uninhabited island of Hong Kong located in Plover Cove, Tolo Harbour, in the northwestern part of the territory. Administratively, it is part of Tai Po District.
Tai Tung is a village of in the Shap Sze Heung area of Sai Kung North, in Tai Po District, Hong Kong, located near the shore of Three Fathoms Cove.