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we read a lot about the Big Bhudda, Tai O - the typical fisher town - but we read also that it is touristic, crowded, and not really what you would expect. So we decided to go to Lamma instead. It is really easy to...More
The island is small, quiet, can be dirty and does not offer great food choices.
BUT it has nice hiking trails and I do recommend it for people who are sick of the crowds and need some rest from the city. Reserve a whole day...More
Hiked around the island and was shocked about the nasty and sad atmosphere - especially off the beaten track around the main piers. Most of the beaches are quite dirty, restaurants and resorts are abandonned. Southern Lamma comes across like a ghost area. I felt...More
There is a good trail from the largest village to the second largest village with ferry connections at both ends. We went just after a typhoon which made it more interesting due to the number of trees that were down.
Beautiful tranquil island away from the hustle and bustle as no vehicles other than bikes on island. Several reasonably priced bars and restaurants . Lovely sandy beach. Highly recommend walking the family trail to other side of island. More restaurants but if you eat at...More
We took the boat from Central to Sok Kwu Wan, its a fishing village with quite a few seafood restaurants. We had a drink there before going on the walkpath across the island to Yung Shue Wan . We stopped at the beach for a...More
Lamma is super chill. Plenty of restaurants and shops + hiking makes it a lovely day trip. The beaches are decent and most have lifeguards and nets. There are plenty of places for hiking and quite a cross traffic of people come through on a...More
We took a ferry to Sok Kwu Won on Lamma Island and hiked on the "Family Trail" to the northern port of Yung Shue Wan, where we got another ferry back to Hong Kong. We hiked along a paved path which sometimes was quite steep,...More
Dec2018. A very good place for relaxing and recreation, for individuals, families or friends. Good ferry connections to Hong Kong island. There are areas that are quite deserted and also areas with crowds. You can choose what you like to do. There are very good...More
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If you take the slow ferry across (only about 20 minutes longer), you will arrive at the town of Sok Kwu Won (I think) with more restaurants. Many are under the same management. Just look in the aquaria until you see the... More
If you take the slow ferry across (only about 20 minutes longer), you will arrive at the town of Sok Kwu Won (I think) with more restaurants. Many are under the same management. Just look in the aquaria until you see the selection of food that you like, check the prices, grab a waterside table and enjoy. Also, Yung Shue has seafood restaurants, there are just more in Sok Kwu Wan.