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Vom Sightseeing bis hin zu versteckten Juwelen: Finde mit der Hilfe von erfahrenen Einheimischen heraus, was die Stadt einzigartig macht.
Denkmal/Wahrzeichen
“Take the scenic cable car ride to the world's largest Outdoor Bronze Buddha statue. Awesome. ”
  • 46 Einheimischen empfohlen
Transportation
“No need to explain why this is an attraction. Take the train from HK Station.”
  • 14 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bus Station
“5 minutes bus to Tung Chung Mtr station and 15 minutes train to HK Disneyland Resort station.”
  • 21 Einheimischen empfohlen
Transportation
“When you ride a Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car going to Big Buddha you will see the sight seeings of Lantau area.”
  • 23 Einheimischen empfohlen
Natural Feature
“Also known as the "Venice of Hong Kong", Tai O is a hot tourist spot for both foreigners and residents of other parts of Hong Kong, despite damage by a fire in July 2000. The pang uks, a kind of stilt house, built right over the waterway are still quite scenic. A rope bridge tended by local women used to be quite popular with visitors, but it has been replaced with a steel pedestrian bridge in October 1996. The traditional salted fish and shrimp paste and storefronts at Tai O. For a small fee, some residents will take tourists out on their boats along the river and for short jaunts into the sea. Many tourists come to Tai O specifically to take these trips to see Chinese white dolphins. It is also a good place to see the sunset. Old Tai O Police Station, a Grade II historic building, has been turned into a boutique hotel called Tai O Heritage Hotel by Hong Kong Heritage Conservation Foundation. The hotel has nine rooms and a restaurant. The hotel has been open and operational since 2012.[6] Tai O Rural Committee Historic and Cultural Showroom, located within the centuries-old fishing village of Tai O, exhibits relics of the local community's past, including fishing tools and dismantled old structures. The showroom was founded by the Tai O Rural Committee and all the items in its collection were donated by local residents. ”
  • 17 Einheimischen empfohlen
Einkaufszentrum
“Love shopping? Now there's an exciting shopping experience in Hong Kong! Start with over 80 international brand names all at year-round discount of 30% to 70%”
  • 13 Einheimischen empfohlen
Pier
“Time to ride the ferry to Cheung Chau to eat traditional Hong Kong Seafood cuisines, traditional Chinese desserts and Chinese Breakfast”
  • 15 Einheimischen empfohlen
Nachbarschaft
“Whatever your persuasion, Hong Kong’s largest outlying island brings solace to the soul, senses and shopping bags. Most tourists planning a trip to Lantau are headed to see the massive 112-foot-tall Tian Tan Buddha, also known as the Big Buddha, and Hong Kong Disneyland. Hit Pui O beach to see a mix of sunbathers, surfers and the odd water buffalo or two. Rent a bike from the Friendly Bike Shop cycling the town of Mui Wo which moves at a much slower pace, with a relaxing waterfront promenade. Take a hike one of Hong Kong's most beloved mountain paths, the Lantau Trail. Visit Tai O fishing village and take a boat tour to see pink dolphins!”
  • 15 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
“Houses are built on stilts above the ocean, sampans ply the dark-green waterways, and elderly residents still dry seafood on traditional straw mats and make the village's celebrated shrimp paste. Tai O is built partly on Lantau and partly on a tiny island about 15m from the shore. Until the mid-1990s the only way to cross was via a rope-tow ferry pulled by elderly Hakka women. That and the large number of sampans in the small harbour earned Tai O the nickname ‘the Venice of Hong Kong’. Though the narrow iron Tai Chung footbridge now spans the canal, the rope-tow ferry is resurrected on some weekends and holidays: drop HK$1 in the box as you disembark. ”
  • 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Natural Feature
“There are a number of restos on Lower Cheung Sha beach. There is also a small grocery shop that carries the essentials. The fastest way to get there is to walk east along South Lantau Rd. Cross the road and take the the lane in front of the fire station, taking the left fork, then another left onto the first path leading left (toward the water). This is for confident navigators! The less-fast-pleasant-and-fool-proof way is to go to the beach and then walk left/east facing the Chi Ma Wan cliff across the water. At the end of the beach, look inland about 30m for a concrete path that takes you up over to Lower Cheung Sha beach. Restos etc are in the middle of the beach.”
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Nature
“With popular hang out Mavericks on hand to keep you fed and watered, a free campsite, and a scattering of shops and bars nearby, it’s no wonder Pui O Beach’s popularity is unwavering. Plus, you’ll probably encounter some water buffalo on the short walk there which makes you feel like you’ve achieved some one on one time with nature during your escape from the city.”
  • 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
“Amazing weekend escape for beach and laidback life lovers. Make a day out of it and come here early before hitting either the trails or gorgeous Cheung Sha Beach. ”
  • 8 Einheimischen empfohlen
Nachbarschaft
“Discovery Bay is an island where lots of foreigner lives. (Dogs and Babies as well ) This place is peacful and surrounded by mountain and beach. Not crowded like local area. You can chill out around beachside bars and restaurants! ”
  • 7 Einheimischen empfohlen
Nature
“One of Hong Kong’s cleanest beaches, Cheung Sha Beach (is a firm favourite for those who enjoy a quiet dip in the ocean and a relaxing day on the sand. The upper beach is deserted most of the time, while the lower stretch is lined with eateries and shops, including our favourite – The Beach House.”
  • 7 Einheimischen empfohlen
Natural Feature
“the 2nd highest peak in HK. Did this twice. Its fun and get to see the Big Buddha in Ngong Ping too.”
  • 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
Natural Feature
“Embark on a tour of Lantau Island in Hong Kong and visit the Giant Buddha Exhibition Hall at Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery. On this Big Buddha tour with a professional guide, you’ll discover pristine beaches, traditional fishing villages, lush valleys, soaring mountains and spiritual enlightenment. Ride a cable car from Tung Chung with spectacular views of Lantau Island, Ngong Ping Plateau and the South China Sea. Your Lantau Island tour includes round-trip hotel transport, one-way ferry and lunch. ”
  • 3 Einheimischen empfohlen

Erstklassige Restaurants

Restaurant
“Houses are built on stilts above the ocean, sampans ply the dark-green waterways, and elderly residents still dry seafood on traditional straw mats and make the village's celebrated shrimp paste. Tai O is built partly on Lantau and partly on a tiny island about 15m from the shore. Until the mid-1990s the only way to cross was via a rope-tow ferry pulled by elderly Hakka women. That and the large number of sampans in the small harbour earned Tai O the nickname ‘the Venice of Hong Kong’. Though the narrow iron Tai Chung footbridge now spans the canal, the rope-tow ferry is resurrected on some weekends and holidays: drop HK$1 in the box as you disembark. ”
  • 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
“Amazing weekend escape for beach and laidback life lovers. Make a day out of it and come here early before hitting either the trails or gorgeous Cheung Sha Beach. ”
  • 8 Einheimischen empfohlen
Afrikanisches Restaurant
“South African restaurant with the kind of service and care you get from the chef and the team makes that warmth turn into friendship The food is the best on Lantau island and even better than most of the expensive soho restaurants I've been to And it's not part of a "chain" serving mass market food This is real home cooking at its best - recipes you will want to try to recreate but easier just have the great comfort and charm of being there enjoying the garden the sea and must of all the friends you will meet! Bobotie with the special rice, the tender chicken breast, and crispy succulent fish and chips are all served with great quality wine! And the best secret are the lovely potatoes that are au gratin and will have you begging for more! - they inspired me to come back several times for "seconds"! Great job whoever is in charge! I never write reviews but you were the best on my trip - hope to see you every chance I get!”
  • 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Thailändisches Restaurant
“Excellent authentic thai food, with some of the best prices in Discovery Bay”
  • 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
“Tuck into classic Turkish favourites, including baba ghanoush and shish kebabs, at this intimate dining spot. A firm favourite of our editor, the friendly staff and casual atmosphere will ensure you feel at home. Try to swing by on a Friday night for acoustic entertainment courtesy of Maryjane and Graeme. Bah Turkish, 3 Ngan Road, Mui Wo, Lantau, (+852) 2984 0221”
  • 2 Einheimischen empfohlen
Pub
“If you’re looking for a laid-back drink by the ocean and a hearty plate of Western cuisine, then China Bear is the place for you. Turn left out of Mui Wo ferry pier, and within a matter of minutes you’ll be kicking back in a friendly atmosphere. Keen to test your general knowledge? Well, you’ll be pleased to know that quiz nights are held on the final Thursday of each month. China Bear, G/F Mui Wo Centre, 3 Ngan Wan Road, Mui Wo, Lantau, (+852) 2984 9720”
  • 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Bar
“Great view over the ocean, quirky vibe great grill and fab Apple Crumble. A favourite for hikers coming over for the day.”
  • 4 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
“Small place that doesn't take reservations. People go there for their thin crust pizza and their homemade pasta. Both are absolutely excellent. ”
  • 4 Einheimischen empfohlen

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