Looking for beaches or camp sites in Sai Kung and don’t like walking too much, Long Ke beach in Sai Kung will be perfect for you, where you could reach within a 20-min walk after a taxi ride from University MTR station. Here’s the quick travel tips of reaching Long Ke Wan, Sai Kung.
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Unofficially, South Bay is worshipped by expats (especially the French) who live in Hong Kong who know exactly how to enjoy their lives at maximum always.
Shek O is a beachside village on the south of Hong Kong Island. Seen from the hill above, the popular seaside destination of Shek O looks like a picture-postcard image of an ancient Chinese community.
While Tai Long Wan may take little leg work to get here, this secluded spot in the east coast of the Sai Kung Peninsula boasts crystal clear water and a beautiful strip of sand.
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Most popular beach in Hong Kong
Repulse Bay is probably Hong Kong’s most popular beach due to its proximity to Central, rather than its quality of water. This stretch of beach lies just off a scenic coastal road on the south side of Hong Kong Island and can be easily reached by public transport. On the west of the Repulse Bay, there is a Seaview Promenade connecting to Deep Water Bay. It takes around 20 minutes to reach Deep Water Bay.
Facilities: Changing rooms, shower area, lifeguards and shark nets, beach umbrella rental, open air restaurants, barbeque area
How to get there:
- Bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 from Exchange Square Bus Terminus (MTR Hong Kong Station Exit D) and alight at Repulse Bay.
- Take Minibus No.40 at Causeway Bay’s Tang Lung Street (Corner of Percival Street and Hennessy Road), and get off at Repulse Bay.
Lower Cheung Sha offers fine sand while Upper Cheung Sha, though have to be mindful with stones and rocks when swimming, gives you great views of Lantau.