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Cheung Chau is an island 10 miles (16 kilometers) from one of the world’s largest cities; its laid-back culture contrasts dramatically with the bustle of Hong Kong. Join other tourists and natives on an island day trip, a great way to relax and unwind from hectic activities.
Take a ferry to Cheung Chau and then explore on foot or by bicycle. Motorized traffic is limited; the 23,000 people living here get along quite well without cars. Cheung Chau is just over 600 acres (242 hectares), with a narrow isthmus connecting two rounded sections. Walk from one side to the other in just five minutes.
From the ferry pier, go southwest on Cheung Chau Sai Tai Road toward several of the island’s main attractions. First find the Tin Hau Temple, a 200-year-old shrine to the Taoist Goddess of the Sea. It is one of more than 70 in different spots across the Hong Kong territories. Worshippers visit this temple to honor Tin Hau and then stay to enjoy beautiful views of the beach below.
Continue on to investigate Cheung Po Tsai Cave, once a hideout for a 19th-century pirate who commanded 50,000 bandits and 600 brigand ships, and then reformed and became a Chinese naval officer. You won’t find buried treasure in the cave, but it is fun to explore. Bring a flashlight for walking through the short, dark passage.
From the cave, stroll southeast along the Cheung Chau Family Trail. The stone walk and railings have been given the nickname of the “Mini Great Wall of Cheung Chau.” Unusual rock formations and scenic beach views provide an interesting walk above the ocean. Visit beautiful beaches that produced an Olympic gold medalist in windsurfing. Return to the town for excellent seafood.
Cheung Chau’s most famous event is the annual spring Bun Festival. The multi-day celebration honors several deities for protecting its citizens. Join thousands watching the parade, lion dances and competitive climb up mountains of buns.
Find the Cheung Chau Ferry at Star Ferry Pier in Central. Enjoy watching other boat traffic on the one-hour ride to Cheung Chau.
Booking the best hotel is a key ingredient of any trip. Accommodation options in Cheung Chau itself can be sparse, so search Expedia's Cheung Chau hotels guide straight away for the latest information and deals.
This beachfront hotel is located in Cheung Chau, where area attractions include Silvermine Beach and Discovery Bay Golf Club. Regional attractions also include Hong Kong Disneyland and Po Lin Monastery.
Situated near the airport, in Cheung Chau, this bed & breakfast is in the same area as Silvermine Beach and Discovery Bay Golf Club. Regional attractions also include Hong Kong Disneyland and Po Lin Monastery.
Located directly at Hong Kong airport, this hotel is 18 km (11 miles) from Hong Kong Disneyland, and 35.3 km (22 miles) from the Hong Kong city center.
Located in the city centre, this contemporary business hotel is in the Golden Mile shopping district, close to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, and directly connected to Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station.
Located in Mong Kok, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Langham Place Mall, Mong Kok Computer Centre, and Ladies' Market. Jade Market and Flower Market are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Hong Kong's famous Ladies' Market and Nathan Road are a 10-minute walk from this hotel in Kowloon's bustling Mongkok area. The Temple Street Night Market, Jade Market, and Yuen Po Street Bird Garden are within 2 km.
Located in Tsim Sha Tui, Hong Kong's commercial and entertainment district, the hotel offers convenient access to shopping, dining, entertainment, and a metro station.
Located in Tsim Sha Tsui, this guesthouse is steps from iSQUARE, Nathan Road Shopping District, and K11 Shopping Mall. Kowloon Mosque and Islamic Centre and Hong Kong Space Museum are also within 5 minutes.