Went there to look for houses on rent , a bit cheaper than the mainland which was great as the scenery is idealic But was quite challenging to get back late night specially in bad weather
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As my son lives on a Lamma I visited a lot, a twenty minute ferry ride from Central Pier 4 will take you. It is yet to be commercialised so is a nice place to visit, some nice eating places overlooking the small harbour try...More
Once a quiet fishing village with some good eats, it's now just a long line of people walking from one ferry pier on one part of the island to the other part.
We went here and enjoyed a day on the lovely Hung Shing Ye Beach. Short boat ride, short walk to the beach, plenty of restaurants and shops on the way and by the beach.
There are many dogs and other animals there, but many flies. The ferry was pretty good at the back of the ship. The air is fresh, the food is good and the peoples are friendly.
It is one of good choices to take a rest in this small island. It is easy to access by ferry from Central. If you like hiking, it is also one of good places to go. It is because the footpaths are well paved in...More
We caught the ferry over' and walked around the island including the added loop down the bottom end. All paths well signposted and fab views throughout. Plenty of places for lunch and lots of drink stops on trails.
Really enjoyed our day trip to Lamma Island by ferry - cheap fare, and short trip (about 30 mins) to Yung Shue Wan and a great sunset on the way back (sun sets at about same time every day, it was about 6.30pm for us)....More
Plan to spend the whole day here. Relax/swim on one of the beaches and enjoy great seafood at any of the restaurants.
You can catch a ferry just past central station to the island. Once there there is a pathway that you can walk around. The bit that we walked along hugged the waters edge. What we did was to have lunch at one of the restaurants....More