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This is one of the earliest seafood vendors places similar to Aberdeen and Lee yue moon where you can pick your seafoods and then have them cooked there. You can still see the historic oyester cultivation bay beyond the vendor sheds.
Do not expect too...More
If you have sometime, this is a place where you can visit to have seafood and also to purchase dried seafood. It is a place that mainly patronize by locals, the prices are reasonable and people are friendly. From Central to Lau Fau Shan will...More
As this place is quite far from the city, I would suggest to visit it in conjunction with a visit to other nearby places to make it worthwhile. We visited it after doing the Ping Shan Heritage Trail at a Tin Shui Wai. From Tin...More
It’s not glitz or glam. But you can shop for fresh seafood and then get it to the restaurant and have them cook it for you.
Good for those who are not familiar with Hong Kong. It’s just a different kind of local experience.
Right at the end of a local bus route, the market area here is really fascinating. I saw food that I'd never seen before and some I still can't identify...but all really interesting. Beyond the market and restaurant area is a local lookout spot to...More
With the encroachment of large scale developments most of the fishing villages with fish markets have disappeared apart from this and the one in Lama Island. This is not as good as Lama for the restaurants being away from the waterfront so most of the...More
Looking to get outside the busy cities, my family and I hopped on a bus and found ourselves in Lau Fau Shan. The tiny main street of this fishing village is more like an alleyway lined with awesome fish shops. I saw some of the...More
Its really amazing to see another side of HongKong. Ive never seen a fisher village in HK before and i saw so many types and sizes of fishes and others. You also get rewarded with a great view if you walk down straight to the...More
My brother-in-law took us to a seafood restaurant in Lau Fau Shan tonight and although I had lived and worked in HK for several years, I had never been to this waterfront area of seafood stalls and restaurants, which also has a steamy and (nowadays)...More