Your tour kicks off at Pak Tai Temple and a a leisurely walk to Tung Wan Beach. You’ll head out on the waters for a closer look at 3,000-year-old Bronze Age rock carvings and traditional fishing villages like Cheung Po Tsai Cave and West Bay. Round out the aqutic journey with a stop at Tin Hau Temple, built to honor the goddess of the sea.
A friendly guide will collet you from your area hotel and transport you to the Outlying Islands Pier, where you’ll board a ferry for a relaxing ride to Cheung Chau—known as Long Island. Located 12 kilometers from Hong Kong Island, your first stop will highlight traditional Chinese architecture, stunning landscapes and historic artifacts. You’ll also get to experience the beauty of Tung Wan Beach—a popular canoeing and windsurfing stop for locals and travelers.
Savor some time strolling through old city streets before boarding a sampan to cruise through area fishing villages. Learn more about the traditional ways of life these men, women and families live as you tour West Bay and Cheung Po Tsai Cave.
Finally, pay a visit to Tin Hau Temple, where you’ll see residents shaking the predictor box to learn about their futures. Wander through West Lane and Sai Wan, past local restaurants and shops. Spend free time exploring by foot or by bike before returning to your hotel after this memorable excursion.