To interpret the stream's vegetation, the Bride's Pool Nature Trail guides visitors along the banks. Wayside markers identify the more interesting trees: swamp mahogany, camphor trees, incense trees with their fragrant wood - and climbers like the leathery sandpaper vine. For many people the surrounds are memorable. As the nature trail winds above the gorge, glimpsed through a curtain of trees is the eastern end of Pat Sin Leng range. Conical peaks rise up, towering over the lower wooded slopes. Father downstream, below a wide bridge, Bride's Pool enters the vast expanse of Plover Cove Reservoir.
|How to get there:||
By bus or minibus
First to take the MTR East Rail to Tai Po Market Station. Take green minibus 20R at Tai Po Market Station to Bride’s Pool or take bus 275R at Tai Po Market Station (service only available on Sundays and public holidays).
There are some metered parking spaces available at and near the entrance of the trail.
|Tips:||Remember to bring along enough water, foods, sunglasses and sun cap.|
Don't forget to take your time to visit them !!