| Renting bicycles：Tin Tsz Shopping Centre (Around $30-$40) | Distance：About 7.6 km | Travelling time：Around 1.5 hours |
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There are mainly four spots along the cycling route
Point 1: Rent a bike
When we go for hotpot, we cannot do it without a stove. For cycling, what cannot be missed? A bicycle! Normally if we go to Lau Fau Shan, we will start the trip from Tin Shui Wai. You can gear up yourself in bike rental stores and supermarkets in Tin Tsz Shopping Centre. Do remember to get prepared with sufficient water. Especially in summer, it is a norm to replenish your lost water.
Point 2: Archway
Cycling from Tin Shui Wai to Tsim Bei Tsui is intermediately difficult . Ride along the Tin Shui Wai cycling route, then take Lau Fau Shan Road, keep riding, then you can see a Lau Fau Shan Archway.Ha Pak Nai is on the right while Tsim Bei Tsui is on the left.
Point 3: Oyster Graves
The most famous food in Lau Fau Shan is oysters! Passing by the seafood restaurants there, you may arrive Oyster Graves at the end . You can see Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Corridor there with a blue sky (if the weather is nice). Be aware of the sludge there when you want to walk on it.
Point 4: Tsim Bei Tsui Lookout
There is a lookout in Tsim Bei Tsui where you can see mangroves and Shenzhen. You will be amazed if you like photography! If you are fit enough, keep riding against the steep slope, and you will pass the Tsim Bei Tsui Police Post and Mai Po Inner Deep Bay Ramsar Site in Tsim Bei Tsui (a very long name). You can take many good photos of the birds there.