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Lamma Island

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Lamma Island

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Lamma Island, Islands Distict, Hong Kong China
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HKUMass Transit Railway (MTR)97 min
Kennedy TownMass Transit Railway (MTR)92 min
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Located on the southern coast of China, Hong Kong is filled with skyscrapers and green spaces. It offers visitors everything imaginable: amazing food experiences like full afternoon teas and five-star dim sum, shopping in modern malls and bustling markets, rooftop bars, Cantonese opera, and even cat cafes!<br><br>The parks are peaceful sanctuaries from the modern city. Do tai chi in Victoria Gardens, listen to bird song in Yuen Po Bird Gardens, and look for statues of the 12 animals of the Chinese zodiac in Kowloon Walled City Park. Finally, a trip up the tram to Victoria’s Peak, 1,300 feet up, offers views not to be missed.<br><br>Visit the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery, where a trek of 431 steps will reward you with more like 12,000 Buddhas and mischievous monkeys as well!<br><br>Whether you’re a shopaholic, foodie, hiker, meditator, or all of the above, Hong Kong is for you. Book one of our Hong Kong photographers and picture yourself in this small but mighty region!
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taqqie wrote a review Sep 2020
Utrecht, The Netherlands3,191 contributions156 helpful votes
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This is a small, relaxed and easygoing island, just a short hop by ferry away from all the HK madness. The island itself isn't that sensational but you'll appreciate the slow pace of life here. Quite a contrast with HK itself. There are 2 small towns on the island and they're connected through a nice walking trail of 1-1,5 hours. Obviously both towns get their incomes from day trip tourists from HK, but it never gets cheesy. Nature is nice here and the views underway are awesome. If you're visiting HK and have time to experience something different (yet still nearby), then this could be an option.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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San Gayer wrote a review Aug 2020
Israel18 contributions1 helpful vote
This island may seem not picturesque from afar because of the big chimneys. But once you get to the Yung Shu Wan ferry pier, keep hiking to the beach, one can feel the vivid island atmosphere and forget the power station easily. The pier itself is different from Lantau and Cheung Chau, with a hundred meters walk with bicycles hanging along both sides. Then the restaurants scattered among the holiday houses in the main street. Though I cannot see any traditional fishing village left. The island is definitely a nice variant of pace and style than the city.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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RS8888 wrote a review Aug 2020
Hong Kong, China745 contributions57 helpful votes
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Today’s island discovery bring you to the island nearest to Hong Kong main island. Although its a tourist have go island, Lamma island managed the retains the original island style which is not so commercialized. However seafood, international restaurants, bars and cafe are easily available. A walk around the whole island would takes half a day. Check ferries fares and schedule in the attached photos for Ferries to Lamma island from Central Pier no. 4 今天的小岛探索记带你们来到最靠近香港岛的南丫岛。虽然是旅游景点但南丫岛保持了原本小岛的风光不会太过商业化。海鲜大餐国际化餐吧咖啡吧也是有的。岛上绕一圈足够走半天。
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kimberly W wrote a review Jul 2020
Hong Kong, China742 contributions139 helpful votes
A quick trip from Central Ferry - Pier 4 (to Yung Shue Wan) gets you out of the city and onto an island where time slows down a little. A quick walk from the ferry takes you to main hub of shops and eateries. Many vegetarian options are available and restrooms can be found connected to restaurants along the way. Summer is hot. Bring a hat, fan, and water, especially if you plan to do the Family Walk hike to one of the beaches.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Truthful Reviews wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom6,869 contributions662 helpful votes
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Head towards central pier 4. Will cost you just over 50HKD on a Sunday. You can use your octopus card which you can top up on the other side if it’s low on credit. There are 2 ports on Lamma island. We went from central to Sok Kwu Wan and trekked to Yung Shue Wan. Trek takes about an hour with some nice scenery as it’s mainly a coastal walk and some good views into picnic pay. Good food places too and we went to green cottage which was ok for veggie and vegan food. Which I’ve also reviewed for you all.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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