There a are 2 points for for disembarking( if you take the ferry from central pier) . Great seafood too and a bit more forested area compared to Cheung chau.
Lamma is an oasis from the fast paced Hong Kong city life although signs of urbanization is dangerously encroaching on the sedentary pace of life there. A good day out.
A 30 min ferry ride from Central Pier 4 to Yung Shue Wan on Lamma island. Pass through the main street, to the other pier would take roughly an hour plus. A hike up the slope brings us to the wind turbine, we saw a few snakes along this stretch of the road, so walk in the middle of the... More
Went over by ferry and walked across the island. Beautiful beaches at which we had refreshing cocktails. The main towns are crowded. Hated seeing a beautiful potato bass in a tank that was too small! We had planned to have lunch on the island but found the displays of fresh seafood kept alive in the most awful conditions, took any... More
Lamma Island was not our first choice for the island adventure, but a twist of fate and we ended up there. Lamma Island indeed live up to its name as a place for a much older version of Hong Kong, it is like you travel back in time to the 60s and 70s. The streets are narrow but mind you... More
We took the ferry from Central to Sok Kwu Wan. The ferry has a turnstile entry where you need to feed in the exact change to get through the barrier. There is a change booth at the pier if carrying notes. It was about 25 minutes journey time and at 8.30 on a Monday morning in December there was only... More
If you have enough time during your stay in Hong Kong take the 30 man ferry trip to Lamma Island. Start from yung Sue wan which is the best village of the island and walk to sok ku wan despite what other traveller would advise. I prefer to have the ugly huge power station in my back rather than facing... More
Went to Lamma Island as it is known for having great seafood and we were not disappointed. The lack of cars on the island and a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of Central makes Lamma a highly enjoyable experience. I recommend going late afternoon and finding the restaurant called 'The Bay' in Mo Tat Wan, down the main... More
We took a day trip from Central HK to Lamma island and enjoyed the contrast from the city to the more ramshackle look and feel of Lamma though there’s not much there bar a few restaurants and some scenery. We wandered around the island but didn’t have time to walk the full distance from the South to North ferry point.... More
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