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Po Toi

Po Toi is a rocky island off the southern coast of Hong Kong Island opposite to Stanley, with total area of just 4 square metres. There are a few dozens of inhabitants on the island living on the west coast and most of them are fishermen. No regular ferry service is available for getting to Po Toi. Visitors can hire small boats from Aberdeen or Stanley, or join a local tour to get to the island.

Po Toi is famous for the strange rocks on the island. Famous cuisines on the island are seaweed and fresh fish congee.

Po Toi Journey
蒲台行程 1

碼頭 (往左行)→叻仔B士多 (轉往士多右面的小徑,見到路牌後上山)→巫氏古宅、棺材石→長石排→觀日亭→昂裝→僧人石、靈龜上山石→淘金崖→燈塔、南角咀→佛手岩→石刻→坤記士多

蒲台行程 2

碼頭 (往左行)→叻仔B士多→天后廟→響螺石

蒲台行程 3

碼頭 (往左行)→叻仔B士多 (轉往士多右面的小徑,見到路牌後上山)→巫氏古宅、棺材石→長石排 (轉左)→(崎嶇山路)→天后廟

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