Gorgeous outlying island in eastern Hong Kong known for its wave-cut rock platforms and picturesque hikes
Listed as a UNESCO Global Geopark, Tung Ping Chau is a kidney-bean shaped outlying island at the easternmost part of the Hong Kong territories. The shores are unique with their wave-cut rock platforms and the island offers stunning picturesque hikes. Experienced rock climbers flock to Tung Ping Chau for weekend camping trips as well. There's plenty of local cultural gems and nature to discover. Only two ferries operate on Saturday and only one on Sunday, so prepare well, though it's definitely worth the day trip.
|Venue name:||Tung Ping Chau|
Tung Ping Chau
|Transport:||Ferry from Ma Liu Shui pier (near University East Rail MTR station): Saturday 9am, 3.30pm; Sunday 9am. Return ferry from Tung Ping Chau: Saturday & Sunday 5.15pm.|