Lantau is known for its stunning coastline, authentic fishing villages such as Tai O, exciting water sports in charming beaches such as Cheung Sha, as well as picturesque views.
The old village is a great place for a walk, for watching sunset and for appreciating the sea.
Tai O is the oldest fishing village and one of the most popular attractions in Hong Kong.
An ecologically significant site that offers a habitat for egrets, fiddler crabs, mudskippers, etc.
The Fat Pig Rock is reputed as the most famous rock formation and a nature’s wonder in the southern part of Lantau Island.
A Tai O landmark located on the north western cliff of Tiger Hill. The shape of the rock reminds visitors of a strong and valiant general resting by a rock.
Literally translated as “the precious pearl pond”. The pearl refers to the circular islet in the pond.
From Tai O, you can take a distinctive boat excursion to track Chinese Pink Dolphins
A free campsite is set up at Pui O Beach. Tong Fuk is a village blessed with scenic views of nature.
This longest beach in Hong Kong is ideal for those interested in an action-packed holiday.