Cheung Chau: Ultimate Guide

There’s more to this outlying island than just its famous bun festival
Cheung Chau
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There are more than 250 islands within Hong Kong’s territory. But thanks to its (in)famous bun festival, Cheung Chau is one of the most well-known of our SAR’s outlying islands. And why not? The isle offers some picturesque cycling routes, is a foodie paradise and is home to an increasing number of hipster cafés and hidden shops too. So hop on a ferry armed with this guide and discover all the best things to do and eat in Cheung Chau.

Best things to do and eat in Cheung Chau

Valor Cheung Chau
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Restaurants, Cafés

Valor Cheung Chau

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Cheung Chau is a longtime street-food paradise, but these days, it’s making way for hip cafes. Valor Cheung Chau is a hipster coffee shop offering unique – and incredibly Instagrammable –  java creations including coconut ice-dripped coffee served in a whole coconut. With a wall of coffee beans contained in glass filters as well as beautiful latte art, there’s plenty of great brews and photo-ops at this outer island cafe. 

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Wan Sing Dessert

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Mango mochi is an iconic snack on Cheung Chau. Wan Sing Dessert happens to be one of the most popular spots for a taste of that sweet gooey goodness. Mango is a big deal all round here, so have a go at the mango sago dessert, mango cheung fun and a whole host of other local sweet soups. Perfect for a hot summer’s day.

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