- Chau Tsai Kok
Chau Tsai Kok (Chinese: 洲仔角) is a small uninhabited island off the island of Tap Mun in the northeastern New Territories of Hong Kong, opposite to the village of Tap Mun. It is under the administration of Tai Po District.
Major islands of Hong Kong By size
Lantau Island · Hong Kong Island · Lamma Island · Chek Lap Kok · Tsing Yi · Kau Sai Chau · Po Toi Islands (Po Toi • Waglan) · Cheung Chau · Tung Lung Chau · Crooked Island · Double Island · Hei Ling Chau · Grass Island · Ap Lei Chau · Soko Islands (Tai A Chau • Siu A Chau) · Ping Chau · Peng Chau · Ma Wan · Ninepin Group · The Brothers · Green Island · Kowloon Rock
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