Lamma Island, called “Bo Liao Zhou” in the ancient times in Chinese, is the third biggest island in Hong Kong. Situated in the south of Hong Kong, it presents you not only beautiful, elegant and pleasant sceneries, but also mouthwatering and delectable seafood.
Archaeologically, it is believed that Lamma Island is the oldest cultural relic in southern part of China. It used to the resident for fishermen, whose mild and quiet atmosphere attracts numerous poets, artists and those who want to escape from the competition in the urban cities.
It is forbidden to drive on the island. You can find green plants everywhere on the island. Wandering on the island, you can pick some wild vegetable, and have a rest under the palm trees when you get tired. The singing of the frogs and crickets can serve as lullabies for you to enjoy a sound sleep.
Beautiful beaches can also be found here. It is good choice for you to enjoy the sunshine and play with water on beaches like Shek Pai Wan Beach, Hung Sing Yeh Beach and Lo So Sing Beach. If you come here during June to October, you will have a chance to see Green turtles nest at Sham Wan.
Besides seafood, you can also enjoy Thai food, Indian cuisine, Japanese cuisine and Italian cuisine in the western restaurants or bars on the Lamma Island. Of course, there are also Hong Kong style canteens which gains popularity by the locals.
How to Get There: The easiest way to get to Lamma Island is to take a ferry from pier #6 in central. Ferries leave at regular intervals throughout the day and the last boat back is at 10pm.
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