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Family Trails in Hong Kong are the easy walk suitable for families with fewer steps up and down the hill. The highest point of the Lamma Island Family Trail is about 100 meters above sea level, starting from one ferry pier and finishing on the other. The two main ferry piers on Lamma Island are Yung Shue Wan and Sok Kwu Wan. Depending on your plan and preference, you can start from either side and the climb is about the same. The hike about 1 hours. Yung Shue Wan, Lamma Island Yung Shue Wan, the East Meets West The name Yung Shue Wan means “Banyan Trees Bay” in Chinese. Apparently there were abundant of banyan trees in the area hence the name. As the ferry approaches the pier, you will see the iconic incinerators which is the power plant built in 1982. The main street of Yung Shue Wan is the busiest area of Lamma Island. There are local shops selling toys and grocery, hippy style giftships, western cafes, bars and restaurants. You may also find some organic food stores…

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