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Lamma Island: Far from the Madding Crowd

Fishing boats and seafood restaurants at Sok Kwu Wan

Just a 30 minute boat ride away from the Central Ferry Pier, Lamma Island feels miles away from Hong Kong’s skyscrapers and fast pace of life. From the village of Yung Shue Wan, a 3km walking trail links you to Sok Kwu Wan via small sleepy villages, rural rugged scenery and sandy beaches, with excellent views of the surrounding ocean from its position high above the island. Enjoy a seafood feast at picturesque Sok Kwu Wan – with its colourful fishing boats and seafood restaurants – before returning by ferry to the big city.

2 Responses to “Lamma Island: Far from the Madding Crowd”

  1. Archie Kerger says:

    Really nice pattern and great written content, nothing else we want :D .

    • Missdebbie says:

      Hi, I live on Lamma Island. There is an Bank with an ATM on the main street of lamma, a a few miuetns from the ferry. Cost of food is about the same as anywhere else in Hong Kong, however the rent is alot cheaper here. There are alot of hotels, I didn’t make a booking when I first arrived, but dependant on time of year and also the weekends can get very busy. Lamma is a beautiful place and with the city at your fingertips- its fantastic getaway.

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