Link is bringing back its popular Tuen Mun Adventure series this fall! From now until 30 November, Link’s Leung King Plaza, Butterfly Plaza, Fu Tai Shopping Centre and Sam Shing Commercial Centre are taking part in a new series of Tuen Mun Adventure challenges themed “Adventure – Off We Go!” with three not-to-be-missed standout routes and two new cycling routes that take riders through cultural heritage sites in Tuen Mun District. Feel free to mix and match the routes from the ”3+2” itinerary and soak up the stunning sea and mountain views.
“3+2” Sea-to-Hill Routes with Vintage Bike Tours
On top of three familiar standout routes, Tuen Mun Adventure has been upgraded with two newly designed cycling routes designed in collaboration with Common Sense, Hong Kong’s only vintage bike studio. These two routes – “Bike Tour Through Rustic Rural Villages” and “Bike Tour through Fishing Village and Sunset” – give riders the chance to immerse themselves in the laid-back vibes of life on two wheels while digging into the anecdotes, culture and history of local rural villages, with the option to stop by Leung King Plaza and Butterfly Plaza for supply refills.
Interactive Happenings and Mobile Markets Filled with Local Labels and Autumn Surprises
Besides the ”3+2” sea-to-hill routes, thematic markets and happenings centred on cycling culture have been launched in collaboration with various brands:
Share Your Love for Local Travel on New Official Instagram Account
Tuen Mun Adventure has launched its official Instagram account @tma.hk to share event details, ”3+2” alpine and coastal routes, and outing ideas. We invite all participants to embrace the beauty of local travel and feed the Tuen Mun Adventure Log (#屯門山海日誌) with your “Adventure – Off We Go!” experience.
Terms and conditions apply. The programme is subject to change without prior notice.
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