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Ngong Ping Charity Walk 2012

Ngong Ping Charity Walk 2011

Program for participants all over the world

Hong Kong Youth Hostels Association (HKYHA) introduces the International Exchange Program aiming at raising recognition to Hong Kong culture and awareness of environmental conservation. We welcome participants all over the world to enjoy every moment with us.

International groups and individuals are encouraged to attend HKYHA’s  fund-raising event, Ngong Ping Charity Walk 2012 (NPCW 2012), on 8th January, 2012 at Ngong Ping, Lantau, Hong Kong. The funds raised from this walk will be used to further enhance HKYHA’s current youth hostels, which serve as an international cultural exchange platform for our 30,000 local members and overseas visitors to Hong Kong.

NPCW is the only public activity authorized to use the Ngong Ping trail for a fund-raising charity walk. The event attracted more than 1,500 participants and 500 volunteers last year. NPCW 2012, the sixth year of the event, is expected to have 2,000 participants to support this meaningful community activity, as well as to spend a day out-door for physical challenge or family enjoyment.

1) Program Content
Experiencing hostels culture and city lives in Hong Kong, as well as participating NPCW 2012 event.

2) Accommodations

Staying over at Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel, 7-10 January 2012

Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth HostelJockey Club Mt. Davis Youth HostelJockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel

Address: 123, Mt Davis Road, Hong Kong Island

Tel: (852)2788 1638

Email: info@yha.org.hk

Web: http://www.yha.org.hk

3) Meals

Breakfast will be included on Day Two (8 January 2012).

4) Transportation

Participants can take the free ride between Sheung Wan Shun Tak Centre and Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel according to the regular shuttle bus schedule. A special ride from Jockey Club Mt. Davis Youth Hostel to Hong Kong Station at 7am will be provided on 8 January 2012, so that participants can travel to event venue, Tung Chung, by MTR.

5) Travel Insurance

All participants are required to have full travel insurance on their own during their stay in Hong Kong.

6) Fee

Minimum donation of HK$600 per person.

7) Remarks

  1. Wear hiking shoes or sports shoes for possible muddy roads.
  2. Bring abundant clothes as the temperature may drop to 5- 6 degree celsius when cold font arrives.
  3. Wear long sleeves shirts and trousers and put on insect repellents if necessary, such as anti-mosquito spay.
  4. Personal travel insurance should be purchased in advance.

Photos of the Ngong Ping Charity Walk

Ngong Ping Charity Walk2 2011

Ngong Ping Charity Walk3 2011

Itinerary of International Exchange Program

Day 1

Time Activities
Afternoon Arrive hostel (check-in starting 4pm)
Evening Dinner (Self-catering)
8:00pm – 10:00pm Briefing for Ngong Ping Charity Walk 2012

Day 2

Time Activities
06:00am – 06:45am Breakfast (Pack luggage / check-out if needed)
07:00am – 07:30am Travel to Hong Kong MTR Station by shuttle bus
7:30am – 8:15am Travel to Tung Chung from Hong Kong MTR station by MTR
A) Charity Walk (Optional)
08:45am – 09:45am Registration (Leisure 8km)
10:00am – 10:45am Opening Ceremony of Charity Walk
10:45am The Walk Starts


Leisure 8km
:

Citygate Outlets > Tong Chung Battery>Shek Mun Kap > Po Lin Monastery> Tei Tong Tsai > Dong Shan Fa Mun > The Hongkong Bank Foundation SG Davis Hostel (Ngong Ping) > Ngong Ping Village (Approximately 3 hours walk)

1:45pm – 2:45pm Group of Leisure 8km arrive Finish Point
B) Set information counter of International Youth Hostels Association (Optional)
10:00 am Set counter for promoting overseas hostels
12:00pm – 1:30pm

(Flexible)

Lunch
5:15pm – 6:00pm Clear counter
Activities after Charity Walk
After event Individual activities

Day 3 and 4

Individual activities. Check-out by 1pm on 10 January 2012

The Ngong Ping Charity Walk 2012 is taking applications now. For further details and application form please visit the Ngong Pink Charity Walk website. The walk starts here!

Ngong Ping Charity Walk 2011

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