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Cheung Chau

Cheung Chau is a dumbbell-shape island situated southeast to Lantau Island and 11 kilometres away from Hong Kong Island. It is the most densely populated outlying island in Hong Kong. The first Olympic gold medallist (windsurfing), Lee Lai-shan, was born and raised on Cheung Chau. The island was a fishing village and it still preserves many of the customs from the past. The Cheung Chau Bun Festival on the eighth of the fourth month in the Chinese calendar is not to be missed.

There are eight bays in Cheung Chau. Restaurants of all sorts, from seafood cuisine to western pubs and restaurants, are opened on the island.

Cheung Chau is basically free of motor traffic. Inhabitants usually ride their own bikes or simply go by foot. Visitors may take the ‘Wala Wala’ (small boat) to get to Sai Wan.

Cheung Chau Journey
長洲行程 1

長洲碼頭→北帝廟→長洲消防局→製冰廠→長貴路→桂濤花園→長北路→觀景亭→大貴灣新村→北帝廟

長洲行程 2

北帝廟→東灣海灘→滑浪風帆紀念公園→東灣石刻→觀音灣→關公忠義亭

長洲行程 3

西灣天后廟→張保仔洞→五行石→白鰽灣→思親亭→眾樂園→天福亭→關公忠義亭→東灣海灘

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