Mui Wo (Plum Nest) was Lantau’s largest settlement before Tung Chung was born. Today this sleepy town functions as a shopping, eating...
Friendly Bicycle Shop
Rent bikes at this Mui Wo shop. To get here, turn left out of the ferry pier and follow the sea road.
Luk Tei Tong Watchtower
Once a fortification against pirates, this 19th-century tower makes for a photogenic ruin, with vines bursting forth from its windows.
The most popular expat pub-restaurant in Mui Wo, China Bear boasts a wonderful open bar facing the water. It’s right by the ferry...
Mui Wo Cooked Food Centre
Next to the Mui Wo ferry pier, this smallish cooked-food centre has a handful of seafood restaurants with tables overlooking the water....
Shop 19, Ground fl, Mui Wo Centre, 3 Ngan Wan Rd · interesting places nearby
Near the ferry pier is this small, busy place where locals and expats alike opt to eat at its outdoor tables in the warmer months. Chow down on heaping plates of savoury lamb, felafel, hummus, fattoush (a pita bread and vegetable salad) and more before hitting the beaches or taking the ferry back to Central.