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Many foreigner are preferred to live in Cheung Chau Island which has great natural resources like beach and less crowded living area with lot of greenery. And it is a short boat trip to the Central of HK island. But the ferry is always busy...More
Spent a full day on Cheung Chau island this Sunday. Took the slow ferry there (1 hr) so we could see the harbour views better and feel the breeze. Back in the evening via the fast ferry (20 mins quicker).
It’s quite a popular island...More
Its almost like going back in time - catch a fast or slow ferry and spend a few hours here, catch a meal, watch how fish dries, enjoy the only mode of transportation here (bicycle), enjoy the beautiful views and beaches - buy some knick...More
After a cheap and relatively short ferry trip from pier 7 Central ferry terminal, you arrive in a picturesque island that is like going back in time.it was easy to spend a few hours wandering the streets of the island and watching the beachgoers. So...More
A good place to relax, no motor sound or vehicle sound, everything happening is near the harbour, decent tracking trail, cave, little great wall are no big deal. Seafood are so so but you can try. People are generally loud, not that they are rude,...More
During my recent trip to HK, wanted to see something different and chose Cheung Chau, given how close it is to HK.
The island was quite empty to me, and stayed only for 2-3 hours. Beaches are not impressive - prefer Repulse Bay.
The hour ferry trip cost around 12 HK$ single for senior citizens to travel on the upper deck, a cheap cruise to view the HK waterway and the container ships coming into port.
The island in November was quiet and a change from the rush...More
Took a day trip while in Hong Kong. Only 20/40 minutes with boat from the busy city. We're explored the little main city and the beach.
Good restaurants and quite atmosphere.
A lot of advertising for a apartments for rent and would consider staying there...More
It takes only about 1/2 hour to Cheung Chau by the fast ferry. Make sure to go try the congee place 黎恩記. Their congee is the BEST!!
Also the dry seafood shops offer good local product BUT be careful fall into tourist trap!
Yes you'll always get a lock with a rented bike. Bear in mind it'll be a cable lock and you'll only be able to lock the rear wheel to the frame- but it's a very safe island so you'll have nothing to worry about 😄