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- 98%Local Culture
- 97%Budget Travelers
- 80%Green Travelers
- 71%Adventure Travelers
- 61%Family Travelers
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- Cheung ChauMember ofBudget TravelersFamily TravelersHistory BuffsArt & Design LoversFeb 23, 2014
This fishing village & former pirate hideaway offers a great change of pace. There are no cars but beaches & hiking trails. Do have fresh seafood on the strip beside the ferry terminal.Recommended for:
- Cheung ChauMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 5Oct 27, 2013
accessible from Hong Kong Island by ferrym Cheung Chau is a nice escape from the huge city. It's got a village feel (and I don't think there are vehicle there) and isn't very touristy. Nice for a walk around the island and to get lunch. Check out the cave on the southern end of the island.Recommended for:
- Cheung ChauMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodiesAdventure TravelersOct 18, 2013
Hong Kong can feel pretty hectic and almost suffocating sometimes. Escape to Cheung Chau for some fresh air, fresh seafood and great dim-sum. This little island, about 20 minutes by ferry from HK Island, is known for its seafood. Rent a bike, ride around the island, breathe in the salty fresh air and eat to your heart's content.Recommended for:
- Cheung ChauMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFoodies+ 4Oct 18, 2013
There's no motorized vehicle in the island. Small enough to walk around the island in one day, offers a beautiful view of the area. Only 40 minutes ferry ride from Hong Kong Island harbour. Surrounding islands are great places to travel in Hong Kong, and Cheung Chau was one of my favourite. There's a cave that alleged to be the hiding place of Cheung Po Tsai, a 19th century pirate.Recommended for:
- Cheung ChauFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
The island of Cheung Chau can be reached by ferry from Hong Kong. It's not a bad ferry ride to the island and there are plenty of things to do when you get there. There are lovely beaches, when you can enjoy the sea and sunshine and plenty of little shops and restaurants for you to enjoy. There are also lots of little temples on Cheung Chau island which are worth a look.