Attractions

Temple in Lamma

Tin Hau Temple

This temple has wooden plaques from the Qing dynasty, which means it should be over 100 years old. Its appearance, however, originates from a 1960s reconstruction. Note the lions guarding the entrance. They look com…
Village in Lamma

Yung Shue Wan

Yung Shue Wan (Banyan Tree Bay), with some 6000 inhabitants, may be the largest settlement on the island, but it remains a small village with little more than a car-free main street following the curve of the bay. D…
Beach in Lamma

Hung Shing Yeh Wan

A 25-minute walk southeast (1.7km) from the Yung Shue Wan ferry pier, Hung Shing Yeh beach is the most popular beach on Lamma. Arrive early in the morning or on a weekday and you’ll probably find it deserted, though…
Farm in Lamma

Herboland

Nestled in the leafy fringes of Hung Shing Yeh beach is Herboland, the first organic herb farm in the territory. Stroll past fragrant bushes of rosemary and verbena, or choose from more than 40 types of herbal tea i…
Beach in Lamma

Tung O Wan

Long coveted by developers as a prime location for new condos and marina facilities, unspoiled Tung O Wan is still holding out against the might of the property dollar thanks to the combined resistance of local resi…
Village in Lamma

Sok Kwu Wan

Though still a small settlement (population 500), Lamma's secondary village of Sok Kwu Wan supports at least a dozen waterfront seafood restaurants popular with boaters. The small harbour is filled with rafts from w…
Beach in Lamma

Lo So Shing

Lo So Shing beach is the most beautiful stretch of sand on Lamma, a small gold crescent fringed by thickly forested hills. Since reaching it requires some walking, it's often practically deserted, even on weekends.T…
Museum in Lamma

Lamma Fisherfolk’s Village

This 2000-sq-metre floating museum and theme park on a raft showcases the fishing culture and history of the traditional fishery industry in Hong Kong. Fishing tools and model vessels are on display, including a rea…
Beach in Lamma

Sham Wan

Sham Wan is a beautiful bay in the south of the island that can be reached from Tung O Wan by clambering over the hills. A trail on the left about 200m up the hill from Tung O Wan leads south to this small and sandy…
Beach in Lamma

Mo Tat Wan

The clean and relatively uncrowded beach at Mo Tat Wan is a mere 20-minute coastal path walk (1.3km) east of Sok Kwu Wan village. Mo Tat Wan is OK for swimming, but has no lifeguards. You can also reach it by kaito …