One of the interesting things to see at Shek O is the Blue Bridge (also referred to as Lover's Bridge). The bridge is located at the end of Headland Road, connecting Shek O to Tai Tau Chau when the tide is high. Otherwise, during low tide, there is natural tombolo which you can use to cross the rocky shoreline instead.
The original Blue Bridge was constructed during the 1960s and had long been known as a romantic spot for dates, even being coloured light powder blue to create a romantic atmosphere. Unfortunately, the bridge was completely destroyed during Typhoon Mangkhut which struck Hong Kong in 2018.
As of early 2021, the local government had finished rebuilding the Blue Bridge. Instead of using more modern methods and attractive designs, the new bridge was rebuilt to resemble the old bridge as close as possible due to overwhelming preference by local residents. As such, the narrow, blue-coloured concrete replacement bridge you see today is more or less what the original looked like in the past.