Time Out says
Middle Island may be small, but it’s wonderfully easy to get to – it’s only a two-minute boat ride! This island is home to the members-only Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club (RHKYC) but also features a quiet, sandy beach that is open to the public. You can get to said beach by jumping on the RHKYC’s free shuttle boat at Repulse Bay. Lie back on the serene, riff-raff-free sand and watch the club boats go past. If you know someone who’s a member of RHKYC, take them along and then you can enjoy their stunning alfresco bar and restaurant area, too.
One thing not to miss:
It’s all about the secluded beach.
How to get there:
Take a bus (6A, 6X, 73, 260, 973 & 65), minibus (40, 40X, 52) or taxi down Island Road. Going in the direction of Repulse Bay, get off at the second stop after Deepwater Bay Beach (52 Island Rd). You’ll see a small set of stairs with a sign pointing to ‘Middle Island’. Follow the steps down to the small pier on Seaview Promenade. RHKYC’s free shuttle boat goes from the pier every few minutes, from 10am-10.30pm (Mon-Thu), 10am-11.30pm (Fri), 7.30am-11.30pm (Sat) and 7.30am-10.30pm (Sun and public holidays).