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Taking the boat ride to Lamma was very interesting. China is a very populated place, so your boat to Lamma will have lots of company, but it was still fun to view the different islands drift by. When you arrive at Lamma, you can talk...More
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There was a drought in HK in the spring which led to a mosquito spike in early summer. The exploded mosquito population is still out there. Area near Lo...More
Mostly this is a day excursion but travelling with a business colleague we made a night of it at the Concerto hotel; staying over meant we got to sample the later night life of the Island, which centres around drink and food; highlights were the...More
Lamma Island is always worth wile to visit and to enjoy a fresh seafood meal. After a boat trip you reach the pier with the restaurants and the fish tanks to choose from. The restaurants are simple - but the food is very delicious. A...More
"Go to Lamma Island" my local friends said, "Nice 5 mile hike". Nobody warned me about the UPHILL part!! But the views were great! Began in Sok Kwu Wan over the "mountain" to Yung Shue Wan for sunset dinner and ferry ride home. Temple, Butterflies,...More
You can take a ferry to lamma Island and walk from one end to the other along a solid paved path and as you take this walk, you will pass by some beaches and seafood restaurants. Unfortunately the whole time we were in Hong Kong...More
We needed a good activity that we could do with an elderly parent who loves seafood and can’t handle too much exertion. This was a great choice because the ferry ride was enjoyable—cool views of the islands and of the massive container ships coming in...More
We always finish our holidays in Hong Kong with a visit to Lamma Island. Generally good seafood and there is an abundance of restaurants to choose from. It is probably not as cheap to eat there as at restaurants in town, but it really is...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.