The Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls is a series of three picturesque waterfalls located in the western slope of Tai Mo Shan Country Park near downtown Tai Po in Hong Kong. It includes Main Falls (the tallest waterfalls in Hong Kong at more than 100 feet), Middle Falls and Bottom Falls. Another waterfalls, the Scattered Falls, was at one time linked to the Main Falls but a landslide had cut off the link, making it a separate falls.
Nestled in lush vegetation with serene ambiance, the falls are popular among nature lovers and hikers. Swimming opportunities are also available in some of the falls.
The trails to the falls include some easy and well maintained paths as well as steep climb. Use common sense and take proper care when bringing children and seniors with you. There signs indicating the locations of the falls so hikers can't miss them. One of the trails leads to the Kadoorie Farm.
To get to Ng Tung Chai Waterfalls, take KCR to Tai Po Market and then Taxi to Ng Tung Chai village. Turn left after passing the village houses and walk along the paved path to Man Tak Garden. Continue walking the uphill path leading to Tai Mo Shan at the junction. The shady trail will lead you to the Bottom Fall. Head back to the main trail and keep walking to Middle Fall. Keep walking all the way to Main Fall. The path leading to Scattered Fall is just behind a warning signpost.
From there, climb uphill to Scattered Fall. Pass the fall, go along the path and then turn right. Go uphill and get back to the where the information board is located. Head left to Man Tak Garden and go out the same way you came in.