Lantau, Hong Kong's largest island, has convenient transport links to all major locations including Kowloon, New Territories and Hong Kong Island. With its tranquil beaches, old fishing villages, rice fields, and mountains, the island’s lifestyle is far removed from that of most of Hong Kong.

If you’re a fan of hiking, the 70-km-long Lantau Trail starts from Mui Wo (Silver Mine Bay) and ends at the top of Lantau Peak, which stands 934 metres above sea level. Lantau is also home to one of Hong Kong’s largest theme parks: Hong Kong Disneyland. Located on the north-eastern end of the island, this world-renowned amusement park covers 310 acres of fun-filled rides and shows, shops, restaurants, and hotels.

What to see & do in Lantau Island

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  • 13 Best Things to Do on Lantau Island

    Some of the best things to do on Lantau Island let you experience a more rural side of Hong Kong, as this unique destination is where the old and the new interact. Most parts are made up of lush greenery, attracting hikers and trekkers looking to explore Lantau Peak, the highest mountain on the island.Lantau Island is also home to many manmade landmarks, including Hong...

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Where & what to eat in Lantau Island

  • 5 Great Restaurants on Lantau Island

    Restaurants in Lantau Island are mostly humble-looking venues that are comparably cheaper than those you'd find on the main island of Hong Kong. From cheap eats at open-air markets to international restaurants at Discovery Bay, there are several good dining venues to fit most people’s preference. Our list of great restaurants on Lantau Island showcases local and world cuisine, including Cantonese, Mediterranean, and British. Some...

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Where to shop & what to buy in Lantau Island

  • 4 Best Places to Go Shopping on Lantau Island

    Shopping on Lantau Island may lack the chic boutiques and swanky malls commonly found on the main island of Hong Kong, but it has some of Hong Kong's most popular outlet stores. The island attracts bargain hunters looking to shop for heavily discounted designer brands.  And for those who forget or haven’t completed their shopping list before getting on the plane, Hong Kong...

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