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...
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...
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...
Cheung Chau Island still retains the appearance of a fishing port, showing the active atmosphere of a small fishing village. A lot of fishing boats are parked near the pier, making it the most suitable holiday destination for summer vacations. On the island, you can interpret the history and culture of Changzhou Island and the traditional houses. The Yuzhang Caojing and Zhu's family in Beishe Street, as well as the villa community of the top and the west, can be seen in Hong Kong. It is really not simple.
In Cheung Chau, eating is really not a problem. Compared to the small sentiment of Lamma Island, Cheung Chau Island is really a place where you can roll up your trousers and eat. On the food street in the sea, the open-air seafood stalls are densely packed and almost packed. Many Hong Kong people who come to the weekend to enjoy the view of the fishing port while drinking seafood in the sea breeze are uncomfortable.
Cheung Chau, a place that was often mentioned in TVB a few years ago, has now been replaced by what is being done in Lamma Island;
Cheung Chau, Mrs. Mai wants the teacher to teach McDull a sports skill, so that the Olympic gold medal is good. Guangzong Yaozu, the teacher suggested that McDull learns the birthplace of "Bao Baoshan";
Central 5 Pier, boat 30 minutes, the slow boat 55 minutes to reach, is doomed or coincident, each time to reach the dock The nearest departure from the departure is a slow boat. In fact, it is not much worse. Just follow it. (I suggest you do the slow boat, because the stern is fully open, there is a better view, the Clipper is said to be closed.) I saw the ice cream truck at the entrance of the dock. I feel very familiar. I feel that it often appears in Hong Kong dramas. I buy a child and buy it for my girlfriend. , and ...
pick a day, regardless of sunny days, go to Cheung Chau, do not have to look at the attractions, hey, there seems to be no attractions, when you get off the boat, use Google Maps to set a good position, other Give it to the feeling, take you into the depths of the people, take you to experience the most authentic Hong Kong-style afternoon tea, as long as you can find the way to go ~
When it comes to Hong Kong, everyone's impression must be all kinds of skyscrapers and buying and selling. But in addition to Hong Kong's main island, there are many good humanities and natural landscapes around it. If you only have one day to travel around Hong Kong, Then Cheung Chau Island is a very nice place. Everyone who often watches Hong Kong movies knows that Cheung Chau Island is the "Maldives" in the minds of McDull. It is also the place where Mai Tai finally took McDull. The traffic to Cheung Chau Island is very convenient. After arriving at Hong Kong Central, you will continue to the pier. At Pier 5, you can take a ferry to Cheung Chau Island. Here is a special reminder, if you are seasick or have a slight fear of heights (as to why you say this, you will know when you go to sit once), it is recommended not to take the Clippers, take a slow boat (less than 1 hour). As the port fades away, the ferry enters the deep sea, and when rows of small colored fishing boats appear in your sight, you arrive at this beautiful fishing village. The disembarkation pier is the most lively place on the island. Various tourists and vendors gather here. There are many famous street foods in Hong Kong that can be eaten here. Fish eggs are a very recommended snack, a string of ten Hong Kong dollars. But don't eat staple foods when you are on the boat, because your stomach is left for other foods. Eating is one of the biggest missions on Cheung Chau Island. Fish eggs, glutinous rice bran, ice-cream watermelon slices, glutinous rice, and all kinds of seafood cheaper than Hong Kong are snacks you should not miss, but remember to come back. Change some Hong Kong dollars, because many of the stalls do not support WeChat, Alipay payment.
There are many places to rent a double car on Cheung Chau Island, but I don't think it is necessary to rent. Although there is no public transportation such as buses on Cheung Chau Island, the island is not big. It takes 1-2 hours to walk, and it is very pleasant to take a walk and enjoy the scenery. Passing through the food street, there are fewer and fewer tourists, all the way to the residential area on the island, where the literary atmosphere of the old fishing village of Hong Kong is preserved, the retro streets, the low-rise buildings, the folk customs are very simple, the white and green light colors The building makes people feel very comfortable. Although Cheung Chau Island is not hot, there are many attractions, such as Yuxu Palace, Zhangbaozi Cave, Taipingqing Reef, and Changzhou. If you are not in a hurry to return to Hong Kong, you can take a turn here and feel the beauty of Changzhou Island. .
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Cheung Chau Island is an island in the outlying islands of Hong Kong. It is located in the southwest of Hong Kong. The island has about 30,000 inhabitants and is the most densely populated island. Such an island of less than 3 square kilometers contains a variety of styles that people can't explore.
This is a fishing port with a long history. It dates back to the Ming Dynasty or earlier, where it is the distribution center for fishing boats. The locals made a living by fishing and later led the development of the shipbuilding industry.
Although Hong Kong is seriously affected by Western culture, Cheung Chau still retains the local flavor. The development and changes outside seem to have an impact and cannot be changed here. The people of Cheung Chau have always been unhurried and pressed. They live their own rhythm.
Nowadays, it has successfully transformed into a tourist resort. It is known as the back garden of Hong Kong urbanites. It is better to say that it is more convenient to come here to experience another way of life.
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.