Kwun Yam Shrine
Towards the southeast end of Repulse Bay beach is a colourful shrine dedicated to Kwun Yam, the goddess of mercy. In the surrounding...
Deep Water Bay
A quiet little inlet with a beach flanked by shade trees, Deep Water Bay is a few kilometres northwest of Repulse Bay. There are a...
Deep Water Bay Golf Course
Nonmembers can play here on weekdays from 9am to 2pm, though they only accept walk-ins and do not take reservations.
From the heavy blue-glass tableware to the strictly seafood menu, elegant Ocean is devoted to epicurean delights from sustainable...
Repulse Bay information
The long beach with tawny sand at Repulse Bay is visited by Chinese tourist groups year-round and, needless to say, is packed on weekends in summer. It’s a good place if you like people-watching. The beach has showers and changing rooms and shade trees at the roadside, but the water is pretty murky.
Middle Bay (中灣) and South Bay (南灣), about 10 and 30 minutes to the south respectively, have beaches that are much less crowded. Middle Bay is popular with gay beachgoers, while French expats are drawn to South Bay.