Half Moon Bay
Time Out says
Named after its crescent-like shape, Half Moon Bay (or Hap Mun Bay) is a long-time favourite of locals for its clear water and golden sandy beach. It’s a picturesque spot on Sharp Island and comes fully equipped with showers, bathrooms, changing rooms, kiosks and BBQ pits. Sharp Island is also part of the UNESCO Geopark and the hike from Kiu Tsui Beach (on the other side of the island) to Half Moon Bay is recommended if you want to enjoy panoramic views of Sai Kung and curious rock formations. Kiu Tsui is also famous for its photogenic rocky tombolo bridge which is only exposed during low tides.
How to get there: Take the Kaito (small ferry) from Sai Kung pier to Sharp Island.