Destinations目的地

Hong Kong Island 香港島

 

Shek O 石澳 

Shek O located on the D’Aguilar Peninsula on the south-east corner of Hong Kong Island is regarded as having the best beach on the island. With clean fine golden sands in a scenic location sheltered by a rocky headland the beach is popular with surfers and the tip of the headland is a popular venue for rock climbing.

 

 

Repulse Bay 淺水灣

Hong Kong’s most popular beach is one of Hong Kong’s top ten tourist destinations. Repulse Bay is one of Hong Kong's most accessible beaches, becoming very busy during the summer months and winter weekends, and being a popular destination on the coach tour circuit.

 

Deep Water Bay 深水灣

This is a very popular beach close to Repulse Bay with good sands overlooked by trees and just over the road from Hong Kong Golf Club. The main road running alongside means this is by no means a quiet but it is quite scenic and sheltered.

 

 

Stanley 赤柱

This is another popular beach with good clean sands shaded by trees and a little quieter, more secluded, picturesque and sheltered than Stanley Main Beach.

 

 

South Bay 南灣

South Bay Beach is one of a string of beaches located on the south side of Hong Kong Island and although within walking distance of neighbouring Middle Beach and Repulse Bay it is not served by public transport. It is located in a secluded bay facing the Ocean Park headland and has a good sandy beach.

 

 

Outlying Islands 離島

Lamma Island 大嶼山

Lamma Island is located to the southwest of Hong Kong Island. It is the third largest island of Hong Kong, The northern village is called Yung Shue Wan and the eastern village is called Sok Kwu Wan.

Yung Shue Wan 榕樹灣

Yung Shue Wan is the most populated area on Lamma Island. Several decades ago, it was the centre of the plastics industry. The factories have now been replaced by seafood restaurants, pubs, grocery stores and shops which sell oriental and Indian-style handicraft. Hung Shing Yeh Beach, Lamma Power Station and Lamma Winds are also located in the northern part of the island.

 

Sok Kwu Wan 索罟灣

The big street of Sok Kwu Wan consists mainly of seafood restaurants such as Rainbow Seafood Restaurant. Sok Kwu Wan has the largest fish farming site and most popular area for people stop for Seafood. 

 

Po Toi Island 蒲台島

Po Toi, a teeny tiny rocky island off the southern coast of Hong Kong opposite Stanley, it’s a popular lunch stop for junks, it’s often overlooked by other day-trippers.  But the yummy Ming Kee seafood restaurants in the sheltered cove, plus the gorgeous coastal paths, fascinating rock formations and Bronze age carvings put it high on the top of our list.

Sai Kung 

 

Clear Water Bay

Clear Water Bay is a bay on the eastern shore of Clear Water Bay Peninsula of Hong Kong, located within Clear Water Bay Country Park.

 

Millionaires Beach

Freshwater lagoon for kids, hidden cove for lovers. It’s only accessible by private boats and junks

 

Long Kee Wan 
Its silky sand and crystal clear water create a natural environment for the peace seeking camper. With a gentle sea breeze, one can stroll along Man Yee Road towards the site to be rewarded by a pleasant panoramic scene of High Island Reservoir.

 

Tai Long Wan 

Out in the middle of nowhere – basically at the Chinese border in the minds of most Hong Kongers – Tai Long Wan is Sai Kung’s spectacular, lifeguard-less, shark net-less beach. The original big wave bay has some of the most ruggedly beautiful scenery in Hong Kong and surfers.

 

Geo Park Tour

Most Famous tour in Sai Kung, enjoy views of the various geosites by staying comfortably on board.

 

 

 

Hong Kong's famed harbour and lights

Harbour Skyline

Try an evening charter with spectacular Hong Kong skyline as your backdrop. The lit up skyline is impressive at all hours, with the "Symphont of Lights" also playing at 8pm every evening. Ideal for whe you have overseas visitors or clients!

Fireworks

Enjoy Disneyland Hong Kong's nightly fireworks show without the crowds, on board your private charter.

Bridges

Visit the beautiful Ching Ma Bridge lit up in the evening, near the container port.

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