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Cheung Chau
Top 3 in Beautiful Beaches

4.5/5
642 Reviews
Island/PeninsulaBeach
Liked by 30
Open Open 24 hours
Recommended Sightseeing Time: 1-2 days
Address: The Southwest Area of Hong Kong Island
Phone: +852-29810606

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  • BradJill T
    BradJill T
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    Great half-day hiking and sightseeing destination

    We recently spent a good day hiking on Cheung Chau Island. This is popular weekend and holiday destination for many from the city seeking the relaxed environs of Hong Kong's outlying islands. Cheu...

    Reviewed on /Date(1603887647000+0800)/
  • 458ryand
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    Must go @ Taiyaki for Delicious Coffee & Waffle!!!

    Excellent Coffee & Very Friendly Owner!!! Must try when you visit Cheung Chau!!! It never Disappoint me! Kudos to the owner!

    Reviewed on /Date(1603825848000+0800)/
  • Mairwen1
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    Exploring Cheung Chau in 3 Days

    Normally I would think of Cheung Chau as a day-trip – one of my favourite day-trips but a day-trip nonetheless. However, we recently had a 3 day ‘staycation’ with friends and surprised ourselves by ma...

    Reviewed on /Date(1601723697000+0800)/
  • 152clarak
    152clarak
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    The place to go when your mind is heavy

    About half an hour for the ferry ride, here comes an island with lots of yummy food and breezy beach. Highly recommended to come on weekdays tho to avoid the crowds.

    Reviewed on /Date(1600134778000+0800)/
  • sureencsc
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    A day in Cheung Chau

    Away from Hong Kong, Cheung Chau Island is a good place for people to relax and eat.Cheung Chau is an outlying island south of Lantau and other regions of Hong Kong.We can by ferry in Central Pier 5 t...

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Introduction

Cheung Chau is an island 10 km southwest of Hong Kong Island. It is nicknamed the "dumbbell island" due to its shape. It has a very quaint and picturesque harbor bustling with activity. Fishing vessels, trawlers, junks, and sampans cross back and forth throughout the day. Cheung Chau also has a lovely waterfront promenade lined with cafes, souvenir shops, seafood restaurants, and dried food stalls. Although small, there is lots to do on Cheung Chau and visitors can easily spend a day or two exploring. There are the beaches, small temples, and short hikes to catch some splendid views. A highlight is the annual Cheung Chau Bun Festival, a week of colorful celebrations held normally in May.
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Restaurants Near Cheung Chau

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$$$$
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