A quiet little inlet with a beach flanked by shade trees, Deep Water Bay is a few kilometres northwest of Repulse Bay. There is a handful of places to eat and have a drink, and some barbecue pits at the southern end of the beach. If you want a dip in the water, this spot is usually less crowded than Repulse Bay. The beach is a centre for wakeboarding.

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2. Ocean Park

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4. Repulse Bay

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5. Kwun Yam Shrine

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8. Pékin Fine Arts

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