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All reviews nice beach deep water bay shark nets pretty beach exchange square feng shui tin hau temple chinese tourists the south china sea stanley markets few hours couple of hours ocean park busy city hong kong island nice view shopping mall
A place you can have relaxation which is 15 minutes away from the city. We ride on a mini bus from causeway and view is amazing.
Sand is fine, water is clean as well as area, place is quiet even if there are with some...More
I enjoy going to this beach on weekends. The beach is decent - sand a little coarse but, water is generally clean outside of junk boat season. There are loads of great restaurants, a mall and a supermarket along the boardwalk. Beach is accessible and...More
Have the taxi drop you off at the little mall at Repulse Bay. Just out of central and yet suddenly like California. Then take a nice stroll on the promenade from Repulse bay back to Deep water bay. It does not take long but the...More
Visited here with a colleague who was showing me some of the sights. I love the sea anywhere I travel, at any time of year so I am a little biased!
I was pleased that even in November it was warm enough to stroll along...More
On my way to Stanley, I decided to ditch Bus #6 and explore Repulse Bay. I was not really dressed to kick sand but walked around a bit and enjoyed the beach and the high rises across. I always knew this is one of the...More
Great views of the beach as you arrive on the bus to this great beach. Shingle sand at the top going down to soft sand at the waters edge. Perfect blue sea, with great views of the little islands dotted around. Nice cafe and shops...More
Repulse Bay 淺水灣 is in en route towards Stanley and I have only visited once during a day tour guide. It was a nice experience to escape the metropolitan atmosphere. Located at the southern end of Hong Kong yet fully accessible via public transportation and...More
Repulse Bay has one of the most astounding landscapes where on one side you will find skyscrapers and on the other side will find the expenses sea with the sunset as beautiful as you can see anywhere in the world. most of the tourist were...More
Response from kimcH7058YR | Reviewed this property |
Camping is not recommended personally as it is a public beach that have many many overseas tour come there. However, there is a hotel nearby (just at the mountain side if I remember correctly. I will suggest this one... More
Camping is not recommended personally as it is a public beach that have many many overseas tour come there. However, there is a hotel nearby (just at the mountain side if I remember correctly. I will suggest this one.
Local people will walk and seat, enjoy the winds and air, but camping will be at others more silence beach.
Response from sifugarry | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Not that I am aware of. I would bring my own. There are showers, though. There is plenty of areas with shade around the Cafe precinct. One section is Beach and one section is filled with Toaist statues and cafes, etc... More
Hi. Not that I am aware of. I would bring my own. There are showers, though. There is plenty of areas with shade around the Cafe precinct. One section is Beach and one section is filled with Toaist statues and cafes, etc. All the best.
Repulse Bay or Discovery Bay for the day? (12 Replies)
We would like to spend a day away from the hustle and bustle. Which of the two places is nicer for a family with small children? Would like to go for a stroll, do some light shopping, have lunch/dinner, let the kids enjoy the beach... Any restaurant recommendations that are family friendly? Thanks so much!
July 27, 2018|
On summer days, Repulse Bay is packed, packed, packed. "away from the hustle and bustle" you won't find. Discovery Bay is a bit better I think because it takes longer to get there. But neither place is good for shopping.
Just Back (2 Replies)
Many thanks to Katetam and Tin for their invaluable advice, it made the trip go much smoother We arrived in Hong Kong at 12.30AM, but still managed to get the Airport Express to Hong Kong Central station we could not believe the efficiency of the staff, the trains and how clean everything was, the public transport was excellent To anybody who is there for a few days and is going to use the underground, ferry and buses it is well worth getting the Octopus card it makes travelling so...More
October 11, 2006|
Hi Senna, Enjoyed your report, you seem to have really enjoyed your stay. We will be visiting Hong Kong in five weeks and I'm just starting to put an agenda together of what to do and what not to miss! Will take on board some of your suggestions We are staying at the Island Shangri-La which I'm looking forward too (maybe a little too near the shops!). Quite liked the look and sound of Aqua, but you thought it not that special. Just a question about dress of an evening, would you say...More
need help to plan route/itinerary (3 Replies)
Need help to plan –arrive HKG 21st May at 6:00 am and leave on 23rd morning for Macau…is it possible to cover all below ?if yes, pls help plan route. Staying at Interconti Ngong Ping 360 Lamma Island The Peak Repulse Bay A Symphony of Lights Avenue of Stars Lan Kwai Fong & SoHo Ladies' Market Stanley Market & Murray House Many Thanks
April 19, 2010|
Response fromGuerilla Surgeon|
It's going to be crowded but I would say you probably could. The thing to do is to group them in specific areas and do them at the same time. If I was going to miss anything out it would be Stanley market. That's just me mind you, I don't like it very much, and it's quite a way out. There's also the avenue of stars, I've never I stood the fascination with this. I've walked along it and it took me about five minutes, largely because I don't care much about stars :-). The symphony of lights...More