Visit to Cheung Chau
A six-hour trip to Cheung Chau. This is a dumbbell shaped island, with a population of about 23,000 people. It is known for its quiet lifestyle and rich cultural history. In early colonial times this island was separated in a British and a Chinese part, the British part largely serving as retreat and relaxation area for the colonists. To this day there are several Christian retreat centres on this island.
Major sights include the Pak Tai temple, an ancient rock carving and the Cheung Po Tsai (a notorious pirate who lived from 1786 to 1822) cave.
This tour we will take a fast ferry from Central to Cheung Chau, have a guided tour around the island taking in the various sights, enjoy a good seafood lunch or dinner (depending on the time) there, and take the ferry back to Central.
Many departure times possible, also afternoon departures are an option. Please contact me for details.
Price includes guide fee.
Extra cost: taxi your hotel to ferry pier and back, lunch, ferry tickets (about HKD 80 per person).