Pak Tai Temple
This colourfully restored temple from 1783 is the epicentre of the annual Cheung Chau Bun Festival (see boxed text above) in late April...
A great way to see the harbour and soak up the fishing-village atmosphere is to charter a sampan for half an hour (expect to pay $70 to...
Tung Wan beach , east of the ferry pier, is not Cheung Chau’s prettiest beach but it’s the longest and most popular. The far southern...
Kwok Kam Kee Cake Shop
Not far from Pak Tai Temple, this 40-year-old bakery is the supplier of Ping On Bao (peace and prosperity buns), the round white buns...
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Lonely Planet review
This restaurant has been around for so long you have to believe it’s doing something right. Seafood-wise it serves everything from steamed fish to fried mantis shrimp.