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 real 60-year-old junk. You can also try your hand at angling and rope weaving. The museum offers packages for parties of two or more that include food and a tour. Online booking is available but in Chinese only.

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