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About Route Twisk, Hong Kong
Route Twisk is a steep and tortuous dual-lane road in Hong Kong, linking Tsuen Wan and Pat Heung via Shek Kong. It joins Kam Tin Road and Lam Kam Road north in Kam Tin, and ends in the Tsuen Kam Interchange south in Tsuen Wan. Its name came from a misprint of its name in a construction project document Route TW/SK, meaning a road linking Tsuen Wan and Shek Kong. An alternative interpretation is Tsuen Wan Into Shek Kong. It is the only link to Tai Mo Shan Road, the road leading to Tai Mo Shan, the highest peak in Hong Kong. The last section of Stage 8 of the MacLehose Trail runs along Tai Mo Shan Road. Opposite this intersection is a car park, and the starting point of Stage 9 of the trail, which continues in a westerly direction. Because the road is narrow and steep with many bends, vehicles longer than 10 metres are prohibited.Wikipedia
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This article refers Route Twisk in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. On your trip to Hong Kong, you can consider a quick visit to Route Twisk. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Route Twisk and you'll thank us later!
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