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Exploring Kwun Yam Wan Beach

This beautiful beach, with turquoise waters and great views of Aberdeen and Lamma Island is a favorite among locals. It is also where surf-loving city dwellers come, as it is the place where where Olympic windsurfing champion Lee Lai-shan or ‘Shan Shan’ once trained.

Accommodations near Kwun Yam Wan Beach

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Cheung Chau is the Lantau Lodge, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended The Murray, Hong Kong, a Niccolo Hotel in Cheung Chau as it has been reserved 5 times.

Sightseeing near Kwun Yam Wan Beach

- Yuen Yuen Institute

At the huge grounds of this institute, visitors can view temples, pavilions, monasteries and prayer halls dedicated to Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism. This institute was founded in 1950 and created for the purpose of spreading the principles of those three religions and for the promotion of social welfare.

- Mini Great Wall

This hiking trail is a part of the Cheung Chau Family Trail. The whole trail is about 850 metres long and gets its name from the line of granite railings which looks similar to the Great Wall of China. It is a great opportunity for visitors to admire the South China Sea and get to explore the strangely shaped rocks that are found along the trail.

Transportation near Kwun Yam Wan Beach

Hong Kong is a pleasant place to explore on foot, but taking in the entire city in this way can take some time. Fortunately, there are plenty of trams and buses available to take visitors around the city.

Most visitors arrive at the Hong Kong International Airport (HKG), which is the main gateway to this part of the world. The airport is situated on Chek Lap Kok Island, which is connected to Hong Kong Island by rail and the journey takes less than half an hour. It is also possible to travel from the airport by bus and ferry, while bridges and ferries connect Hong Kong Island with a number of surrounding islands.