Hong Kong – Cheung Chau Island

Located 10K southwest of Hong Kong Island, Cheung Chau Island has been inhabited for longer than most places in the Hong Kong Territory.  Historically, this island was mainly a fishing village but has slowly evolved into a tourist attraction with its’ shops and eateries.

Ferries from Hong Kong to the island runs every 30 minutes and costs about $2.00 CAD each way.

West side of the Island

West side of the Island

 

 

Breakwater

Breakwater

 

 

Harbour

 

 

Tin Hau Temple - The Goddess of the Sea is 200 years old and still in use

Tin Hau Temple – The Goddess of the Sea is 200 years old and still in use

 

 

 

 

Narrow streets have room only for pedestrians and bikes.

 

 

 

Bikes for rent

Bikes for rent

 

 

The Reclining Rock - near the fabled pirate’s hiding place Cheung Po Tsai Cave

The Reclining Rock – near the fabled pirate’s hiding place Cheung Po Tsai Cave

 

 

Public Cemetery

Public Cemetery

 

 

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