Indeed, even though I initially feared otherwise the second time that I went to Tap Mun, on what I got to realizing was an Easter Sunday, the friend I was with and I did manage to find a number of quiet as well as scenic spots on the island; this especially after we hiked to its northern portion, along trails that often had helpful red ribbons pointing out the way! ;b
It may not look like it here but there's actually a body of water
between the part of Tap Mun in the foreground of the above photo
and the sections of the Sai Kung Peninsula in the picture!
This view from Tap Mun iself shows things up more clearly though!
I still have yet to find out who was being filmed that afternoon,
and what film the footage was (meant to be) for... ;(
A view from Tap Mun's northeast of nearby Kung Chau
(AKA -- I kid you not! -- Lion Rolling a Ball)
There's a trail there -- the red ribbons say it's so!
Soon afterwards, we got to a section of the trail
that was easier to see and go along, in a part
of the island that lived up to its grassy name
Try as we might though, we couldn't find a way to get
to that rugged bit of Tap Mun in the above picture :S
A far cry from the container ships and other large sea vessels