Hong Kong Islands

Lanata Island, Tung Ping Chau, Lamma Island, Cheung Chau Island, Ap Chau Island, Soko Island, Po Toi Island, Peng Chau Island, Grass Island, Tung Lung Chau Island, Sharp Island, Tsing Yi Island, Kat O Island, Yim Tin Tsai Island, Tai O, Ap Lei Chau, Hei Ling Chau and many more.

A group of Islands in Hong Kong that lies in the southern part of mainland Hong Kong make up the whimsical "Hong Kong Islands''. These islands - the inhabited ones and the remaining uninhabited ones are a perfect respite to break away from the mundane city life.

Lantau is the biggest of the island cluster and is the home to the world-famous Disneyland HongKong and several other alluring tourist attractions like the Po Lin Monastery. Lamma Island is another well-developed island that has many indie boutique and rustic restaurants.

Sharp Island is famous for a plethora of outdoor activities like wakeboarding, snorkeling, hiking, scuba diving, Kaito rides, and kayaking. 
The uninhabited Hong Kong islands like Soko Island, Tim Tsai, and Hei Ling Chau await exploration and the brave-hearted ones can explore the abandoned houses, factories, and temples here.

Fishing villages in the islands of Lantau Island, Ap Lei Chau, Tai O Island, and Tsing Yi Island give you an insight into the everyday lives of the fishermen living here. No matter what type of traveller you are, there is a lot to do and explore in the Hong Kong islands. 

Here are some of the best islands in Hong Kong:

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Lamma Island

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If you are looking for an offbeat outing, hit the Lamma Island to experience the hippy vibe here. Due to few numbers of visitors, you can enjoy being in the lap of nature on the island and bask in the Sun. Explore the island on a rented bicycle, as the narrow lanes and indie boutiques and restaurants dot the streets.

The island, which can be visited by a 20-minute ferry ride from the mainland, is an ideal gateway for you from the hustle-bustle if you are looking for a laidback outing with your family and friends. While the Lo Sho Beach is ideal to experience solace, the Hung Shing Yeng Beach is where you head to if you are a party enthusiast. You can also visit Herboland, which is the only organic herb garden in Hong Kong.

Shing Yeng Beach, Lo Sho Beach, Herboland,

  Cycling, Family Trails for Hiking, Kayaking, Flyboarding

How to get there from the Airport:
Take the subway from Hong Kong International to Hong Kong, followed by a ferry from Central to Yung Shue Wan.

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Lantau Island

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The most popular among islands in Hong Kong, Lantau has it all that you need to spend a day full of excursion. The island houses several tourist destinations which you can visit with your family and friends. With popular tourist destinations like the Hong Kong Disneyland and a 112-feet tall Buddha statue in the Po Lin Monastery, you will need more than a day to explore the island to its fullest.

The island also offers a visual delight as it is surrounded by greenery which can brighten up your mood, allowing you to enjoy nature at its rawest. If you are lucky, you may get a glimpse of pink dolphins off the Lantau coast.

Hong Kong Disneyland, Po Lin Monastery, Inspiration Lake, Ngong Ping 360, Dolphin tour

 Hike the Lantau Trail, Biking, Cable Car ride, Dolphin Watching, Fishing

How to get there from the Airport:
You can reach the island in 10-20 minutes in a taxi. Alternatively, you can board the Airport Express to HK Station to reach Central Pier, where ferries take you to the island. 

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Cheung Chau

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While the Hong Kong islands are popular for seafood, there is no match for the delicacies available at Cheung Chau. A dense island populated with lots of attractions and activities to explore, Cheung Chau will keep you hooked on your visit to the island. Apart from the scenic hikes and happening streets, Cheung Chau is best known for its Cheung Chau Bun Festival.

The extravaganza, which happens every May, witnesses locals hitting the streets in local costumes and flaunting their culture with dance and music, offering buns to their deity. Visit Heima Heima, where you can experience the Japanese culture amidst serenity.

Heima Heima, Cheung Po Tsai Cave, Reclining Rock, Cheung Chun Bun Festival

Windsurfing, Hike up a Hill, Surfing and Night Kayaking 

How to get there from the Airport: Take the airport express to Hong Kong station, walk to Pier 5 and board a ferry to the island. 

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Sharp Island

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There are many islands in Hong Kong that offer tranquility and solace, but if you are an adventure junkie looking to up your adrenaline levels, visit the Sharp Islands to participate in exciting water sports. While the two beaches, Hap Mun Bay Beach and Kiu Tsui Beach, offer an opportunity to enjoy the tranquil sea waters, the crescent-shaped Hap Mun Bay Beach is a visual delight.

During low tide, walk the rocky bridge which emerges out of the sea, connecting Sharp Island to Kiu Tau. Bask in the lap of nature by spending a laid back time in the cave coves if you are looking for self-discovery.

Attractions: Hap Mun Bay Beach, Kiu Tsui Beach, Kiu Tau

  Wakeboarding, Snorkeling, Hiking, Scuba Diving, Kaito Ride and Kayaking

How to get there from the Airport: The cheapest way is to take a bus to Metropark Hotel Mong Kok, followed by a bus from Choi Hung to Sai Kung

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Peng Chau

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Time travel to the yesteryear Hong Kong by visiting Peng Chau, the island which offers an unbeatable variety of seafood coupled with enjoyable views of the sea. Indulge in trekking and explore the raw side of Hong Kong on this tranquil island. The island is home to several temples which you can visit with your family and friends.

Once home to several factories, the island is now trapped in time with its vintage ambiance and wilderness, which you can relish while walking past abandoned buildings. Collect some ancient items from the local shops, or simply hike the Finger Hill to enjoy a mesmerizing view of this quaint town from the top.

Attractions: Finger Hill, Temples, Shopping, Seafood

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rekking, Finger Hill Hike, Underwater Activities, Climbing

How to get there from the Airport: Take a bus to Discovery Bay and a ferry to the island from the Bay

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Grass Island

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If you are looking for islands in Hong Kong with a laid back atmosphere, Grass Island is the ideal destination for you and your family. Covered in lush greenery and flora, the island is a paradise for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts. Immerse yourself in a journey of self-discovery as the virgin nature rejuvenates your body, mind, and soul.

The island also houses several cattle amidst lush greenery, giving you the experience of unparalleled meadows. Spread your carpet, pull out your snacks and relax in the lap of nature in Grass Island as it offers unique campsites.

Activities: Camping, Hiking, Biking, Kite Flying

How to get there from the Airport: Take a bus to Mong Kok East Station, followed by the subway to University Station, and walk to Ma Liu Shui ferry pier
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Yim Tin Tsai

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Also known as the “Little Salt Field", Yim Tin Tsai was once home to salt industries in Hong Kong. If you are looking to explore abandoned areas and the raw essence of Hong Kong islands, hit the Yim Tin Tsai, an isolated island that has stood the test of time.

Experience spookiness as the island, once a thriving village with salt industry, now lies vacant with ancient structures and abandoned houses. Take a cultural trip to the island to explore the lives of the yesteryear inhabitants. The island houses St. Joseph's Chapel, a World Heritage site and an abandoned school, which is now turned into an exhibition center.

St Joseph Chapel, Ching Po School, Cultural Exhibition Site, salt mine ruins.

oat Ride, Hiking, Golfing

How to get there from the Airport:
 Take the bus from the airport terminal 2 to Huanggang Entry Port
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Po Toi Island

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The landscape, the rock formation and the tough terrain – Po Toi has got all that it takes to test your mettle and tire you. The island offers an exhausting two-hour hiking trail to reach the summit – but the effort is worth it as the views of the tranquil sea waters hitting the rocks will leave you spellbound.

The island is home to popular monuments including Budhha’s Hand Rock and Coffin Cave. Pull up your socks and prepare for an exhaustive excursion at the Po Toi Island if adventure is what you are looking for in the Hong Kong islands!

Turtle Rock, Monk Rock, Buddha’s Palm, Lighthouse 126

Rock Climbing, Hiking, Trekking 

How to get there from the Airport: Take the subway to Hong Kong, followed by a ferry from Aberdeen to Po Toi

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Tung Lung Chau

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Tung Lung Chau is one of the best Hong Kong islands for those who are looking for an adventure and would like to test their mettle. The rock formation on the island provides an ideal escape for rock climbing, hiking, and camping. To add to your excitement, Tung Lung Chau brings to you the oldest and the largest dragon cave in Hong Kong, which is believed to be more than 5000 years old.

The rugged island is a paradise for thrill-seekers and professional rock climbers due to its challenging trails and rock formations. If you want to test your mettle, undertake rock climbing at the Technical Wall and the Sea Gully Wall, which has spectacular cliffs.

Attractions: Technical Wall, Sea Gully Wall, Ancient Rock Carving, 

Activities: Hiking, Rock Climbing, Biking, Camping

How to get there from the Airport: The cheapest way is to take a bus to Metropark Hotel Mongkok, followed by a bus from Choi Hung to Sai Kung
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Kat O Island

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Also known as the Crooked Island due to its irregular shape of an inverted “Z”, the Kat O Island is every nature lover’s paradise due to its natural landscapes and serene surroundings. The island retains the old-world charm, which is reflected in the old cannons and temples it houses.

Travel back in time by exploring the quaint village. On weekends, you can visit the Geopark Heritage Centre, which is a library of local geology. 

Attractions: Shop and eat on Keto Main Street, visit Geopark Heritage Centre

 Activities: Hiking, Camping, Boating, Water Taxi Ride

How to get there from the Airport: Take a bus from Yau Ma Tei to Sha Tau Kok

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Ma Wan Island

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Visit Noah’s Ark, a theme park that is one of the most engaging places to visit on islands in Hong Kong along with your family. The theme park, shaped like Noah’s Ark in the Bible, is a replica of the world’s ark.

You can also indulge in hiking expeditions as the southern end of the island offers excellent greenery and hilly terrains. Climb atop the 69-meter high mountain and witness the panoramic views of the quaint island.

Attractions: Noah’s Ark

Activities: Hiking, Camping, Trekking, Cycling

How to get there from the Airport: Take a bus from Airport Transportation Centre to Argyle Centre
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Ap Lei Chau

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The second most densely populated island of the world, Ap Lei Chau offers a promenade for stunning views of Aberdeen. With fishing being the main occupation of people here, you can talk to the fishermen and get to know the insights of their lives.

The main town also has a market where you can shop souvenirs and munch on the local variety of seafood available across islands in Hong Kong.

Attractions: Shopping, seafood

Activities: Fishing, Hiking, Camping

How to get there from the Airport: Take the bus to O’Brien Road from terminal 2

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Tai O Island

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Tai O island offers a quaint excursion in the Tai O fishing village, which is located on the western coast of Lantau Island. Immerse yourself in the authentic Chinese culture in the fishing village, which is one of the few surviving on the islands in Hong Kong. The Chinese stilt house community in the village has also earned it the name of “Venice of the Orient”.

Walk through the streets of Tai O and gulp some authentic seafood delicacies while enjoying the picturesqueness of the village, which is worth capturing in your camera. Take a boat in the evening and explore the floating market, or simply enjoy the views of white dolphins swimming. If you are looking for an escape from the chaos of Hong Kong, Tai O Island will provide you with a much-needed break.

Attractions: V
illage Excursion, Shopping, Seafood

Fishing, Boating, Trekking

How to get there from the Airport: Take a train to Tung Chung, followed by cable car to Ngong Ping. From there, take bus 21 to Tai O
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Tsing Yi Island

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The Tsing Yi Island is close to the Hong Kong Disneyland, which is an unparalleled amusement park, experience in the islands in Hong Kong. Shop and eat amongst locals on the go while exploring Hong Kong.

If you are looking for an engaging stroll without burning a hole in your pocket, Tsing Yi island will keep you hooked. Enjoy cool breeze blowing over the Rambler Channel while strolling along the promenade and witnessing the spectacular skyline of Hong Kong.

Attractions: Hong Kong Disneyland, Tsing Yi Park, Maritime Square, Tung Chung outlets

Activities: Hiking, Sailing, Dolphin Watch, and Outbound Fishing

How to get there from the Airport: Take the bus to Immigration Tower 

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Park Island

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Park Island offers an ideal family outing time with its laid back ambiance and range of activities. Relax at the beach with a cool breeze hitting you as your kids splash some water and construct their sandcastles. Enjoy the panoramic views of the Tsing Ma Bridge, which glows up in its full glory in the evening.

The island also houses a 200-year-old village, which inhabits the essence of rawness and history of Hong Kong. The Ma Wan Nature Park offers great opportunities to click pictures at the heritage center, flower tunnel, and clock-topped grand gate.

Noah Ark, Tsing Ma Bridge, Nature Park

  Beach Bathing, Hiking, Cycling

How to get there from the Airport: Take a bus to Lantau Toll Plaza, where you will get taxis to Park Island Ferry Pier

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Tung Ping Chau

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This is one of the uninhabited islands in Hong Kong located in Mirs Bay and is a part of Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark. A Ma Wan beach on the island has interesting rock features on the shore that resemble checkerboards.

The two-storey high sea stacks in the easternmost tip of the island is another huge attraction here and the rock pools are home to a thriving population of small sized fish. Lung Lok Shui is famous for its uniquely shaped landscape that resembles a dragon entering the ocean. At Cham Keng Chau, there is an expansive natural passage between two cliffs and this place looks stunningly scenic. There are a few stalls in Tai Tong Village that are open sporadically!

Fascinating rock formations at  A Ma Wan Beach, Cham Keng Chau, Lung Lok Shui, Kang Lau Shek, Lan Kwo Shui


How to get there from the Airport:
Take a cab to Ma Liu Shui Pier. From there, you can take a ferry to Tung Ping Chau pier and the ride takes about 1.5 hours.
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Soko Island

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Earlier known as Sok Kwu Kwan To, Soko Island is a group of islands in Hong Kong - the prominent ones being Tai A Chau and Siu A Chau. These islands are located in the southeast of mainland HongKong and was earlier a fishing and farming village.

Then, the island was used as a refugee camp for Vietnamese boat people and is now uninhabited with just remains of the houses of the village folks and foundations of the Vietnamese camps. Soko island looks serene with unspoilt beaches and visitors to these islands can spot many rare marine species like Chinese White Dolphins and porpoises. The island is accessible only by private charter.

Serene beaches, a decorated fountain, remnants of houses, temples, and Vietnamese foundations

Swimming, sun bathing, nature walks

How to get there from the Airport:
Take a cab to Central Pier. Hire a private charter to South Soko.
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Hei Ling Chau

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Located east of Silver Mine Bay and Chi Ma Wan, Hei Ling Chau is spread across  a land area of about 1.93 square kilometers. The island was earlier known as Nai Gu island and was inhabited until 1974.

The island is L-shaped and has The Hei Ling Chau Addiction Treatment Centre in the north-west,  Hei Ling Chau Correctional Institute in the east, and The Lai Sun Correctional Institution in the south. There are also two Tin Hau temples here and the southwest waters of the island are classified as Hei Ling Chau Typhoon Shelter. Tourists need permission to visit this island.

Attractions: Hei Ling Chau Addiction Treatment Centre,  Hei Ling Chau Correctional Institute, Temples

Nature walks

How to get there from the Airport:
Take a cab to the Central Pier. Take a ferry from Central Pier to Peng Chau and then a ferry from Pend Chau to Hei Ling Chau. Tourists need special permission to disembark at Hei Ling Chau.
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Tap Mun Island

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One of the most picturesque Hong Kong Islands, Tap Mun island looks refreshing with crystal clear waters, lush green meadows, and clear blue skies. Fishing communities live in this islet and around Tap Mun Hoi Pong Street, you can see several shops selling their free products right after fishing.

The ancient Tin Hau Temple here is believed to be 400-years old and has an altar. The temple's roof is beautifully adorned with ceramic sculptures and the serenity of the place is so inviting. Then, there is a sprawling meadow to the left of the abandoned King Lam School where tourists can picnic. The huge draw at this islet is the two-neatly stacked rocks that resemble the Chinese character  '?'.

Attractions: Tin Hau Temple, Meadows,  Tap Mun New Fishermen's Village ,and Yung Shu Village

Activities: Hiking, Shopping seafood, Kite flying, Picnicking

How to get there from the Airport: Take a cab to  Ma Liu Shui Ferry Pier or Wong Shek Pier. Then, take a kaito to reach Tap Mun island.
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Hong Kong Island

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This is the second largest of the Hong Kong Islands after Lantau island and lies in the southern part of mainland Hong Kong. Unlike many other islands, Hong Kong island is densely populated and is home to several iconic buildings, amusement parks, and shopping streets.

The Dragon Boat Festival that happens in the island is famous worldwide and usually happens in June. During this festival, tourists can see several boats designed in the shape of the dragon and brightly coloured racing with each other.

Attractions: Ocean Park Hong Kong, The Hill, Repulse Bay, Bank of China Tower, Central Plaza, Exchange Square, Tamar Park, Trick Eye Museum, Hong Kong Golf Club

Sightseeing, Dragon's Back Hike, water sports, shopping

How to get there from the Airport:
Take a cab to the pier in Hong Kong city and then take a ferry to Central Ferry Piers in Hong Kong island.
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People Also Ask About Hong Kong

  1. Which are the best islands in Hong Kong?

    1. Lamma island: Brimming with a laid back atmosphere, the island is a perfect destination to picnic with friends and family. You can sunbathe at the beach, eat good food at the restaurants along the narrow streets, hire a cycle and go around, and visit the organic garden of Herboland.

    2. Lantau Island: This is the biggest of the Hong Kong Islands and is home to several attractions like Hong Kong Disneyland, Po Lin Monastery, Inspiration Lake, Ngong Ping 360, and Dolphin tour.

    3. Cheung Chau: This densely populated island is popular for its scrumptious seafood and various outdoor activities like windsurfing, hiking, surfing, and night kayaking. The Cheung Chau Bun Festival is very famous here during which the locals get on the streets in their brightly coloured traditional costumes and sing and dance portraying their rich culture.

    4. Sharp Island: One of the most scenic Hong Kong Islands with tranquil beaches like Hap Mun Bay Beach and Kiu Tsui Beach, tourists to this island can experience many adventurous activities like wakeboarding, snorkeling, scuba diving, kwaito rides, and kayaking.

    5. Tung Lung Chau: This island has a rugged topography and has majestic rock formations all over. The dragon cave here is the oldest in Hong Kong and you can indulge in rock climbing and hiking to explore the island's challenging terrain.

  2. Which are the best islands in Hong Kong for couples?

    1. Lantau Island: The biggest of the islands in Hong Kong, Lantau has many tourist attractions like Disneyland and Ping Ngong 360 that promise a spellbinding holiday with your loved one. There are also many posh resorts and hotels here for a luxurious stay.

    2. Yim Tin Tsai: This island has several abandoned houses and salt factories that are left abandoned. Couples who love to explore can visit this island and indulge in some detective adventure.

    3. Grass Island: With sprawling meadows giving the island its name, this island is cozy and least visited giving the couple the privacy they need during their picnic. The island has dramatic backdrops for photography and couples can explore the island at their own place.

    4. Kat O Island: Brimming with natural beauty, Kat O Island is a paradise on Earth for nature lovers. The cannons and temples on the island add a rustic charm to the place and the Geopark Heritage Centre here can be visited on weekends.

    5. Park Island: A perfect place to retreat, Park Island is the place to enjoy a romantic beach vacation. The attractions at the island are Tsing Ma Bridge, Ma Wan Nature Park, and Noah Ark. Couples can also hire bicycles to explore the island on wheels.

  3. What activities can we do on islands in Hong Kong?

    1. Hiking: The islands in Hong Kong have beautiful hiking trails that let you marvel at the beauty of the island with a right pinch of adventure. Islands, where you can enjoy hiking, are Park Island, Ap Lei Chau, Kat O Island, Tung Lung Chau, and Poi Toi island.

    2. Fishing: There are many fishing villages in Hong Kong island-like Lantau Island, Ap Lei Chau, Tai O Island, and Tsing Yi Island.

    3. Rock climbing: The rugged rock formations in islands like Poi Toi, Tung Lung Chau, and Tung Ping Chau are great spots to experience rock climbing activity.

    4. Kayaking: Sharp Island and Lamma Island have ideal winds and waves that call out for a safe and joyful kayaking experience. In Cheng Chau, tourists can also enjoy kayaking late in the evening after the sun sets.

    5. Kaito rides: Kaito is a small ferry used for commuting people and Kaito rides are very popular in Sharp Island. The views of the ocean and the distant islands that can be enjoyed during the Kaito rides make Kaito rides one of the enthralling activities to be experienced.

    6. Chinese Pink Dolphin Watching: The Chinese Pink Dolphins are rare and are popular for their unique colour. These beautiful creatures are found thriving in the waters around Tai O and there are several boat excursions that let you spot these friendly marine animals.

  4. What is Lantau Island famous for?

    Lantau island is a tourist destination with a plethora of places to visit like Hong Kong Disneyland, Tin Tan Buddha, Ngong Ping 360, Adventureland, Po Lin Monastery, Mystic Manor, Sunset Peak, and Lantau Hill.
  5. What is the best time to visit islands in Hong Kong?

    The best time to visit the islands in Hong Kong is during March and April and from October to January. During these months, rainfall is scarce which makes these months ideal for sightseeing and watersports.
  6. Where is Hong Kong Island?

    The Hong Kong island is located at the southern part of Hong Kong City on the south coast of China.
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Nicaraguan Córdoba
NOK - kr
Norwegian Krone
NPR - Rs.
Nepalese Rupee
NZD - $
New Zealand Dollar
PEN - S/
Peruvian Sol
Papua New Guinean Kina
Philippine Peso
Pakistani Rupee
QAR - ر.ق
Qatari Riyal
Russian Ruble
SAR - ر.س
Saudi Riyal
Seychellois Rupee
SEK - kr
Swedish Krona
SLL - Le
Sierra Leonean Leone
SOS - Sh
Somali Shilling
Salvadoran Colón
Swazi Lilangeni
THB - ฿
Thai Baht
TTD - $
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
TZS - Sh
Tanzanian Shilling
UYU - $U
Uruguayan Peso
UZS - so'm
Uzbekistan Som
Yemeni Rial
South African Rand
JPY - ¥
Japanese Yen
Vietnamese dong