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Lamma island is easy and cheap to reach from pier 4 in Central using Octopus card. We started at the top of the island Yung Shue Wan and walked to the midway point Sok Kwu Wan where we could catch a ferry back. The walk...More
We booked an Airbnb place in Sok Kwu Wan.... so chose to get the ferry there. aibnb accommodation was great (Tabatha) and the six? eight ? seafood restaurants were all excellent BUT - by choice we should have gone to the slightly larger Yung Shue...More
Lamma Island is one of the outlying islands outside the city. Connected by a short boat ride from Central, it has a nicely designed hiking trail as well as some seafood restaurants (although many of them are quite pricey). A good place to escape the...More
Went there with a 3 year old in the back pack carrier. We walked from Holiday Inn Express Soho to Central Pier 4 and took the ferry to Yung Shue Wan. It was only about 25 minutes ride, a little bumpy.
We had fun exploring...More
Lamma is a little treasure not far from the hustle of Hong Kong. About 30 minutes by ferry from town, Lamma has delightful seafood restaurants, crafty shops and some sweet beaches. Unfortunately it also houses a power plant, but it is out of sight most...More
Enjoyed the ferry trip and the 1st village and beach - should have taken swim things! The walk across the island was good until we got to the 2nd village which had rubbish everywhere, on the beach, pond and sides of the street
Took the ferry to Yung Shue Wan, through the village onto the walking trail to Sok Kwu Wan. The walk isn’t to strenuous and took around 2hrs inclusive of view and water melon (for sale at the summit) breaks. Ate a delicious lobster lunch before...More
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If you take the slow ferry across (only about 20 minutes longer), you will arrive at the town of Sok Kwu Won (I think) with more restaurants. Many are under the same management. Just look in the aquaria until you see the... More
If you take the slow ferry across (only about 20 minutes longer), you will arrive at the town of Sok Kwu Won (I think) with more restaurants. Many are under the same management. Just look in the aquaria until you see the selection of food that you like, check the prices, grab a waterside table and enjoy. Also, Yung Shue has seafood restaurants, there are just more in Sok Kwu Wan.