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A trip to Lamma Island


Lamma Island, also known as Y Island, is the third largest island in Hong Kong. Administratively, it is part of the Islands District. Lamma Island is far away from the bustle of the city and air is fresh, it is a popular tourist attraction. 



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There are two piers in Lamma Island, they are Yung Shue Wan Pier and Sok Kwu Wan Pier respectively. You can choose to take a boat from Central Pier No. 4, and the journey takes about 30 minutes.
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This time I chose to Yung Shue Wan. When visiting Lamma Island, as shown in the picture below (picture from the Hong Kong Tourism Board), go the way from Yung Shue Wan to Sok Kwu Wan.



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Large chimneys, which are the equipment of the Lamma Power Station.





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Enter Yung Shue Wan Village and stroll along Yung Shue Wan Avenue to feel the leisurely of Lamma Island.



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There are many seafood restaurants near the pier.



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Yung Shue Wan Village



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In addition to the store, there are also Western-style tea houses and coffee shops.





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Yung Shue Wan Tin Hau Temple





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Lamma Winds is a lone wind turbine in Lamma Island, built near the Lamma Power Station and owned by Hongkong Electric.





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Viewing pavilion.





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Go to Hung Shing Yeh Beach.



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The Hung Shung Yeh Beach is the most popular beach on Lamma Island. The beach is equipped with toilets, showers and changing rooms. It is also protected by shark net.







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Overlooks the Lamma Power Station.





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Viewing pavilion





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Viewing pavilion. Overlooks Sok Kwu Wan.





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Kamikaze Cave, which is located on Hong Kongs outlying Lamma Island, was used to conceal speedboats that were launched from here by the Japanese on suicide missions against allied shipping.





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Sok Kwu Wan



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Sok Kwu Wan Tin Hau Temple built in 1827.





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Sok Kwu Wan First Street, there are many seafood restaurants.







It takes about 3.5 hours to walk from Yung Shue Wan to Sok Kwu Wan, include rest and take photos. Hong Kong is very beautiful in autumn and is really suitable for traveling.

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