• Yung Shue Wan's main street

    With only 20 – 25 minutes travelling time arriving at the Yung Shue Wan pier, follow the directions and you’ll land right at the Yung Shue Wan's main street.
  • Hung Shing Yeh Beach & Lo So Shing Beach

    The walk is about 30 minutes from the Yung Shue Wan pier, you’ll be reaching at the most popular “Hung Shing Yeh beach” on Lamma Island.   It offers crystal clear water and golden sand, making them ideal for sunbathing and swimming.  
  • Lamma Windmills

    “This single 800kw wind turbine operated by Hong Kong Electric was built in 2006 and is Hong Kong’s first commercial wind power station.”  The station is open to the public daily and admission is free. 
  • Tin Hau Temple

    “The Tin Hau temple in Sok Kwu Wan, dedicated to the goddess of the sea, has a preserved an oarfish which you can look at for good luck.”  The trail follows a narrow causeway across mudflats and a small inlet before reaching the Tin Hau Temple at the entrance to Sok Kwu Wan. 

  • Lamma Fisherfolks Village

    Located on a raft in the bay amongst the fish farms lies Lamma Fisherfolk’s Village, it showcases the local fishing culture and history of the fishing industry in Hong Kong.  Visitor can learn and appreciate the heritages and livings of the boat community of Hong Kong.