Time Out says
When it comes to rice, we tend to think of Thai jasmine rice or Japonica rice from Japan. But did you know Hong Kong produces its own rice too? A collective of nature lovers and charitable Hongkongers established community project Yi O back in 2012 in the northwest area on Lantau Island. The team currently farms about 100,000sq ft of land and harvests mostly rice. Yi O Farm often organises walking tours and farming workshops for visitors to get hands-on experience and to feel closer to nature. The farmlands are pretty remote, so if you’re looking for a serious countryside escape, Yi O is your answer.