Location

Hong Kong

Location

The Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark is an interesting area in the northeast region (including large part of Sai Kung), covering a vast area where you may take in spectacular coastal view, explore rock formation dating back hundreds of millions of years ago, as well as go back time in ancient villages. Some of the sites can be viewed from a boat, others require hiking. As you can see from the map below, Ap Chau and Crooked Island are both on the northeast area accessible by ferry at the weekends. UNESCO Global Geopark of Hong Kong 香港世界地質公園 Ap Chau — The Smallest Inhabited Island in Hong Kong Measuring only 4 hectares (0.04 square kilometers), Ap Chau (used to be known as Robinson Island) is the smallest inhabited Island in Hong Kong. It is hard to imagine that there were 1,000 residents on the island at its peak. Today, there are 3 recorded residents on the island. Having said that, there was a school which was converted into a story room of Ap Chau, featuring the settlement history and old utensils…

Sound, sight, view of the ocean, peculiar rocks and a nice short hike with nice view and breeze all the way in the southern most outlying island of Hong Kong.

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One day easy hike from Yung Shue Wan to Sok Kwu Wan on Lamma Island. Enjoy the beach, short hike, local culture, good food and possible a beautiful sunset.

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