Take in the panoramic views of Hong Kong aboard a ferry as you cross the sea to the island of Tung Lung Chau. You'll see the hidden beauty of Tung Lung Island and eat at the Lei Yue Mun Seafood Restaurant, known for its fresh seafood and alfresco dining set up. Rugged, wild, and rough, Tung Lung Chau is the rocky cousin of Hong Kong's island family. It is largely uninhabited and is the perfect destination for rock climbing and stargazing. It is smaller and more local than some of the other Hong Kong islands, but there are stunning beaches, mountains, and even a 17th century run-down fort, the famous Tung Lung Fort. It was built in Qing Dynasty to defend pirates. You can also find a prehistoric stone carving, the largest ancient rock carving in Hong Kong measuring 180cm by 240cm. Both the fort and the carving are declared monuments of Hong Kong.
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