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Lower Cheung Sha Beach

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Lower Cheung Sha Beach

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S Lantau Rd Lower Cheung Sha village, Hong Kong China
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Tung ChungMass Transit Railway (MTR)79 min
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[Aberdeen1773 Fishing Heritage] - Sampan & Houseboat Audio Guided Tour

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Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is a unique fishing village that blends the old and new. The traditional lifestyle shared among fishermen or Tanka people with many antique junks and sampans are juxtaposed against fleets of luxury yachts and towering skyscrapers. The typhoon shelter is also home to many intangible cultural heritage, all being traces of the humble beginnings of Hong Kong when it was still a small fishing village.<br><br>Let us bring you back in time as you hop onboard our unique sampan boats, we will cruise through 13 different local landmarks around the charming Aberdeen fishing village. While cruising, try immerse yourself in the area’s rich culture and history, through our exquisitely designed audio guide, where you will listen to folk-tales, lullabies and narratives of the area. If you’re lucky, you may be able to witness traditional dragon boat trainings or live fish trade in action!
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schmidtmg wrote a review Jan 2020
Switzerland875 contributions446 helpful votes
Cheung Sha beach on Lantau island is not the easiest to reach, as it is in part of Lantau for which you need a special permit to access by private car. So you either have find someone who has such a permit or take a 20 minute bus ride from Tung Chung MTR . Once there, you will find that is probably the prettiest and best beach in all of Hong Kong: clean sand, (relatively) clear water, good and clean shower and WC facilities, several coffee shops and restaurants with terraces. We spent a couple of hours there on a sunny and warm January day, and the place was almost empty. We took a long stroll along the beach and had lunch in a local restaurant - it was all very nice and relaxing.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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TheOExpress wrote a review Nov 2019
Hong Kong, China3,274 contributions1,778 helpful votes
...that I have so far visited. It may not be the simplest to reach from the city but it certainly is worth it! Clean soft sand; clear cool water; plenty of places to eat, drink and relax. It has it all!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Masala Tea wrote a review Jun 2019
Hong Kong, China168 contributions11 helpful votes
Of course all beaches are for relaxing and to be layback in, but Cheung Sha is just one of the best to do that. Maybe because the space is more opened; the layback vibes from the outdoor restaurants on the edge of the beach where people enjoy beer, wine, food and the company of each other or maybe because it simply is just away from the city. Today we have a few local oxen as our company while we laid out on the beach. We brought our tent, we didn’t have swimming costumes, just lie there relaxing after a nice lunch at the French cafe at the corner of the beach (a new addition). Enjoying the simplicity of being in the sun, doing nothing.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MalcH wrote a review May 2019
Loughborough, United Kingdom2,557 contributions666 helpful votes
20 minutes drive from the bridge this lovely little beach offers a great opportunity just to chill and relax. Very quiet and we were literally the only ones on it. Quite shallow and with shark nets it’s safe for a swim. Couple of small restaurants too although weren’t open when we got there.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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D1911 wrote a review Apr 2019
Swanley, United Kingdom41 contributions27 helpful votes
This is a hidden gem in Hong Kong, away from the tourists, with just a couple of little restaurants. It is so beautiful here. Really peaceful. No-one knows about it and it's always chilled. Definitely try and find it if you visit Hong Kong - and keep an eye out for the cows ;)
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Date of experience: April 2019
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