Explore Cheung Chau Island, a microcosm of local culture and heritage known for its great food, beautiful beaches and interesting structures
Visit the locals' venues of worship, such as the Pak Tai Temple, dedicated to a Taoist god
Drop by the 17th-century Tin Hau Temple, where fisher folk worship the Goddess of the Sea
Enjoy the clear waters and soft sands of Tung Wan Beach
Go for a ride aboard a wooden sampan and make your way to the Cheung Po Tsai Cave, the hideout of a famous local pirate!
Indulge in a traditional dim sum lunch
A tiny dumbbell-shaped island, Cheung Chau brims with culture, history and fascinating sights. Visit the island's Pak Tai Temple, a Taoist temple featuring traditional Chinese architecture. Stop by Tung Wan Beach, a favorite among swimmers, windsurfers and canoers, then check out the nearby 3,000-year-old Bronze-Age rocks with their intriguing geometric patterns and abstract animal images. The adventure continues with a 20-minute wooden sampan ride to the hideout of a famous local pirate. Finally, a stop at the Tin Hau Temple invites you to the worship place for the Goddess of the Sea. Complete with a dim sum lunch, and here you have your perfect island escape!
Hotel pick up at the start of tour
Deluxe round-trip ferry tickets
English-speaking tour guide
Dim sum lunch at a local restaurant
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