Nam Long Shan

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Nam Long Shan (Chinese: 南朗山) or Brick Hill[1] is a hill on the Hong Kong Island of Hong Kong, near Wong Chuk Hang and Aberdeen. At an elevation of 282 metres,[2] it overlooks the South China Sea in the south, Sham Wan and Aberdeen Channel in the west, and Deep Water Bay in the east.

Brick Hill, Hong Kong
HK Aberdeen Promenade Ap Lei Chau Bridge Nam Long Shan.JPG
Brick Hill viewed from Aberdeen Promenade
Highest point
Elevation282 m (925 ft)
Coordinates22°14′35″N 114°10′08″E / 22.24313°N 114.16878°E / 22.24313; 114.16878
Brick Hill, Hong Kong is located in Hong Kong
Brick Hill, Hong Kong
Brick Hill, Hong Kong
Location of Brick Hill in Hong Kong
Location Hong Kong


The Summit of Ocean Park is on the southern slopes of Nam Long Shan, with a cable car system connecting through the eastern slopes to The Waterfront in Wong Chuk Hang.

Singapore International School, Canadian International School of Hong Kong, Good Shepherd Sisters Marycove Centre, Hong Kong Juvenile Care Centre Chan Nam Cheong Memorial School, Nam Long Hospital and David Trench Home for the Aged are on the western slope of the Nam Long Shan.

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  1. ^ Cummings, Patrick J.; Wolf, Hans-Georg (2011-06-01). A Dictionary of Hong Kong English: Words from the Fragrant Harbor. Hong Kong University Press. ISBN 9789888083305.
  2. ^ China Sea Pilot: The west side of the China Sea from Tanjong Lompat on the eastern side of Peninsular Malaysia to Zhelang Yan in China, Kepulauan Anambas, Hainan Dao, and the islands and banks bordering the main route from Singapore Strait to Hong Kong. Hydrographer of the Navy. 1987.

Coordinates: 22°14′35″N 114°10′08″E / 22.24313°N 114.16878°E / 22.24313; 114.16878