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Cheung Chau (Long Island) Tour with Dim Sum lunch
"The tour begins with the Pak Tai Temple supreme Emperor of the Dark Heaven. Walk down to the beautiful Tung Wan Beach with its clear water and soft sand before exploring 3000 year old Bronze-Age rock carvings and old fishing communities of West Bay Cheung Po Tsai Cave. The next stop is a visit to Tin Hau Temple where followers come to worship the Goddess of Sea.Pick up from selected hotels to the Outlying Islands Pier for a relaxing ferry ride to Cheung Chau (Long Island) which is about 12 k the temple's layout is in the form of traditional Chinese architecture such as ceramic figurines on the roof ridges mural of auspicious motifs and stone lions in the forecourt. Next walk down the beautiful Tung Wan Beach with its clear water and soft sand
From HKD688.00
 
6-Hour Hong Kong Excursion to Cheung Chau Island With Dim Sum Lunch
"Your tour guide will come to pick you up at your hotel lobby in the morning.Then you will start your wonderful 6-hour excursion to Cheung Chau island.The tiny dumbbell-shape Cheung Chau is a perfect opportunity to explore the beauty of nature unique tradi-tions and historical sites of the Island. Visit Pak Tai Temple featuring traditional Chinese architecture before unwinding at Tung Wha beach’s soft sands which even feature some bronze-age carvings. Ride on a wooden sampan into a typhoon shelter en route to the hideout of notorious pirate Cheung Po Tsai. After a scrumptious dim sum lunch spend the remainder of the afternoon at Tin Hau a 200 year-old temple dedi-cated to the Goddess of the Sea.  Note: Transfer from the Ferry Pier in Central to your hotel is not included after tour ends. """
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Cheung Chau (Long Island) Tour with Dim Sum lunch
"The tour begins with the Pak Tai Temple supreme Emperor of the Dark Heaven. Walk down to the beautiful Tung Wan Beach with its clear water and soft sand before exploring 3000 year old Bronze-Age rock carvings and old fishing communities of West Bay Cheung Po Tsai Cave. The next stop is a visit to Tin Hau Temple where followers come to worship the Goddess of Sea.Pick up from selected hotels to the Outlying Islands Pier for a relaxing ferry ride to Cheung Chau (Long Island) which is about 12 k the temple's layout is in the form of traditional Chinese architecture such as ceramic figurines on the roof ridges mural of auspicious motifs and stone lions in the forecourt. Next walk down the beautiful Tung Wan Beach with its clear water and soft sand
From HKD688.00

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Cheung Chau and it's Bun Festival

The Cheung Chau Bun Festival is around the Buddha's birthday. The whole island celebrates it and it's climax reach when there is a big procession on the Buddha's birthday. It has nothing to do with the buddha. It's only the last few years they decided to have the procession held on a public holiday so everyone can enjoy. Multi-storey tall bun towers, bakers busy at steaming buns, Chinese opera and taoist pray and ceremony.... you just have to experience it.

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Apr 20, 2004

Hiking/Biking on Cheung Chow Island

HK consists of a lot of little islands, some of which are vey nice and uncrowded! You can go hiking and biking on some of the islands, and some of the beaches are much nicer! You don't get the polluted air that you do on the main Island....so if you have time, go check it out....it's definitely worth the trip!

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Angel_Dust
Jul 10, 2003

Cheung Chau

This island, about an hour's ferry ride from HK Island, is very charming. No motorized vehicles are allowed on this island, though bikes abound (and it's quite cheap to rent one for the day). The island is dumbell shaped, and is actually quite large, with substantive amounts of wild(ish) forests on both ends. The middle, where more people stay, is a dense collection of villages centred around the fishing life. Seafood there is amazing. There are a few temples scattered around, with one being quite old. A well visited route exists for hiking around the central part of the island, complete with a couple of caves and small beaches. The longest beach on the island is on the far side of the island (when you get off the ferry, head straight).
Hiking, biking, eating, birding, fishing, swimming.. there are lots you can do. But it's also good to just do it in a relaxing pace, taking in the sights and sounds of a somewhat traditional rural Chinese town.

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VTShounen
Sep 12, 2002

Cheung Chau Island!

A famous place for seafood. You can choose all the seafood by yourself and then go to any restaurants, they'll cook them base on your decisions. The restaurant will charge you for the cooking, it's around HKD30 per dish. Try to bargain and search before you buy the seafood because prices are different among shops.

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Aug 26, 2002
 
 
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Lamma Island

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Aberdeen Fishing Village

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Lantau Island

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Aberdeen

with views of the Jumbo Floating Restaurant, popular here and owned by Macau Gambling Mogul Stanley Ho. Aberdeen was formerly a fishing village. Even though quite a few commercial towers and...
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Ngong Ping Village (Ngong Ping 360)

Ngong Ping Village is the touristy part of a visit to Lantau Island. This modern village, built in the early 2000s has 6,000 square meters of shop and restaurant space along a nice piazza between...
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