6 Islands in Hong Kong that you should visit - With photos & details

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6 Islands to explore in Hong Kong

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Grass IslandGrass Island, Hong Kong

Grass Island or Tap Mun is an island in Hong Kong, located in the northeastern part of the territory. Tap Mun is a popular spot for both camping and kite-flying, and also boasts several rocky beaches. Tap Mun is home to a trio of temples, located near the main village, which dates back to the 18th century.

Lamma IslandLamma Island, Hong Kong

Lamma Island is located to the southwest of Hong Kong Island. It is the third-largest island of Hong Kong, with an area of 13.55 square kilometers. Beaches along Lamma's south-facing edge include Yung Shue Ha Beach and Sham Wan.

Peng ChauPeng Chau, Hong Kong

Peng Chau is a small island located off the north-eastern coast of Lantau Island, Hong Kong. It is known locally for its temples, fishing industry, and seafood.

Po ToiPo Toi, Hong Kong

Known as the ‘South Pole of Hong Kong’, Po Toi Island is composed almost entirely of well-weathered granite. The island is particularly famous for its seaweed and peculiar rock formations.

Sharp IslandSharp Island, Hong Kong

Sharp Island or Kiu Tsui Chau is the largest island in the Kiu Tsui Country Park located at Port Shelter of Sai Kung, Hong Kong. The area is most known for fishing, swimming as well as diving. Sharp Island is under the administration of the Sai Kung District.

Tung Lung ChauTung Lung Chau, Hong Kong

Tung Lung Chau is an island located off the tip of the Clear Water Bay Peninsula in the New Territories of Hong Kong. The island has an area of 2.42 square kilometers. The highest point of the island is at Nam Tong Peak, at an altitude of 250m.