Three Fathoms Cove or Kei Ling Ha Hoi (Chinese :企嶺下海) is a cove in Tai Po District, Hong Kong.
Three Fathoms Cove is surrounded by Shap Sze Heung (Tseng Tau, Nga Yiu Tau, Sai Keng and Kei Ling Ha are along the coast), 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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Nga Yiu Tau 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.
Wu Chau is an uninhabited island of Hong Kong, located in Three Fathoms Cove, in Tai Po District.