Doubling up as a Bed and Breakfast and an art jamming workshop, this is a novel place where you can make your own accessories. If you’re with your partner, try painting a wooden heart-shaped lock to add to the popular Love Lock Wall – the island's version of the Paris Love Lock Bridge – just across the street. The lady in charge is also the in-house henna artist, who can design fun patterns and body art that lasts for up to 10 days.
There are more than 250 islands within Hong Kong’s territory. But thanks to its famous bun festival – where residents scramble up tall totems for lucky buns – Cheung Chau is one of the most well-known of our outlying islands. The isle offers scenic cycling routes, is a foodie paradise and is home to an increasing number of hipster cafés and hidden shops as well. So hop on a ferry armed with this guide and discover all the best things to do and eat in Cheung Chau.
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