About Lincoln C
Lives in Hong Kong
Since Mar 2010
25-34 year old male
Canadian Chinese guy living in Hong Kong. Loves to go hiking, camping and always up for an adventure ! Enjoys eating things, exploring hidden gems, and other awesome stuff.
Historic Walking Areas, Flea & Street Markets
Tai Long Wan Beach is located in Sai Kung Country Park and is only accessible either by hiking in or by hiring a private boat, making it quite an exclusive slice of paradise. In fact, its powdery white sands, turquoise waters and lush landscape may fool you into thinking you’re in another tropical destination altogether! Within a 30-minute hike west of the beach, you'll also find a waterfall where thrill-seekers can jump from a 6 meter cliff, or simply relax in the pool below. This is one of Hong Kong's most scenic locations and the best beach for those looking to camp out.
Shek O Beach is located on the East of Hong Kong Island and is popular due to its close proximity to the city center and the variety of restaurant choices nearby. If you’re looking for a no-hassle destination — with plenty of BBQ meats, cold beers and beach chairs readily available — this is the place to be!
Pui O Beach is located on Lantau Island and is the perfect destination for a quieter, more relaxed experience. Dig along the shore during low tide, and you may even be able to find clams!
Cheung Sha Beach is one of Hong Kong’s longest beaches and is also located on Lantau Island. Cheung Sha is a popular destination for water sports, with activities like kayaking and wind surfing available.
South Bay Beach is especially popular with Hong Kong’s expats, as it is less crowded than the neighboring Repulse Bay and occasionally hosts dance parties right on the beach.
Stanley is a beautiful area on the south side of Hong Kong overlooking the ocean. Tourists and locals flock here in order to escape the congested downtown center. The main beaches in the Stanley area are Stanley Main Beach and St. Stephens Beach, both of which are within close walking distance of the bus terminus. Plus, there are various markets and other historical sites to explore, making Stanley a great place for a whole day out.
Located in Sai Kung Country Park, Ho Ha Wan Marine Park is certainly off the beaten path, and is one of the only beaches in Hong Kong where you can see coral! Here you can hike, snorkel, and kayak. You can also camp in beautiful surroundings, with plenty of peace and quiet to keep you company.