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Caught the ferry to Lamma Island from Hong Kong and exited at Sok Kwu Wan Village. We then walked approx 4klm to Yung Shue Wan. The walk is very scenic with a couple of hills to negotiate and a lovely little beach (complete with a...More
A relaxing way to see Hong Kong via ferry. Once on the island you are treated with looking at the ponds housing various forms of fishes, A highlight is feeding them with a bamboo rod. Most entertaining. The food is okay. You can stay on...More
After a 20+mins of ferry from Central Pier, you will arrive at this island. Cost of the ferry ride is HK$17.80/HK$22 one way (depending on which pier you are embarking/disembarking in Lanma).
For those who enjoy taking a leisurely stroll in a laid back village...More
A warning to travellers going to the quaint fishing village at Sok Kwu Wah Lamma Island.It is no more than a collection of dilapidated wooden pontoons supported by polystaryn blocks and supporting wrecked fishing boats.All the local fishermen are either dead or retired.The notion it...More
Every visit to Hong Kong,we are drawn back to Lamma Island.In particular,we love the Rainbow restaurant and the free ferry it provides to transport patrons to and from the island.This is a wonderful island for fresh seafood and beautiful views.
A beautiful walk, well signposted,across Lamma from Sok Kwu Wan to Yung Shue Wan, we were lucky enough to have a clear sunny day and the vegetation and butterflies were impressive. Wonderful view of the hills and coastline. A very enjoyable morning .
I was getting a little claustraphobic in HK & had been run over by so many people rolling suitcases through the streets that I lost count so, we took a ferry to Lamma Island for the day. The ferry was cheap & fun & it...More
Lamma island seems not much change since 50 years ago, and the island have good hiking trail for an hour or two which you can see the water view in every angle. Also have a few tasteful restaurants near the pier. An island really great...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.