From the Maritime Square, walk along the Tsing Yi Promenade, we can take a look at the Rambler Channel Typhoon Shelter. Arriving at the Tsing Yi Promenade and Cheung Fai Road, we can overlook the Public Cargo Working Area. Afterwards, go straight and pass through the Tsing Yi Swimming Pool and Tsing Yi Pier. The former Tsing Yi Public Pier was once provided ferry service, but the traffic has gradually improved, and the route has been suspended. Passing through the Cheung Tsing Bridge and Tsing Yi South Bridge, it will soon arrive at the industrial hubs, including shipyards, docks and oil depots.
Walk up along Tsing Yi Road and Tsing Yi Hong Wan Road, it will soon pass through the Hong Kong International Terminals and the Kwai Tsing Container Terminal 9, as well as the bottom of the Stonecutters' Bridge. The container terminals are located under the intersection of Tsing Yi Hong Wan Road and Tsing Sheung Road, go towards and we can overlook the scenery of the West Lamma Channel. Would you like to take some pictures under the Stonecutters’ Bridge or the container crane? You can even go to the end of Tsing Sheung Road, and discover more about the terminals. Following up to the oil depots nearby, you can see the Sinopec Hong Kong Oil Terminal, which is a giant circular oil depot that is rarely seen in urban areas.
The three-fold mountains at the back are known as the highest point of Tsing Yi Island. Apart from the oil depots, are you interested in the city's ruins? Walk along Tsing Yi Road, and turn into Nam Wan, the Swire Paint Factory is found on the right hand side. Reaching Sai Tso Wan, walking along Tsing Sha Highway and oil depots, it will soon pass through the KMB Tsing Yi Bus Depot. Tsing Yi South is a special cluster of oil and gas storage in Hong Kong. Currently, the five largest oil depots in Hong Kong are all located in Tsing Yi.
Pass through the junction of Nam Wan Tunnel and Cheung Tsing Tunnel when entering the Tsing Yi West Road, we can directly turn into the Tsing Yi Nature Trail. After reaching the top of the Tsing Yi Nature Trail, we can take a look at the fine panoramic view, as well as to enjoy its sunset and night scenery. The nature trail is mostly designed for the elderly and children, all beginners are able to reach the top too! Through Fong Tin Mei Path, pass through Tam Kon Shan Road, it will soon arrive at the Tsing Yi Northeast Park. Afterward, go straight to the park, and walk along the grass pitches and football fields, we can return to the Tsing Yi Promenade. From the Tsing Yi Promenade, we have completed the 16km Tsing Yi Coastal Trail.