Some video I shot on Cheung Chau on Jan 1st:
Enjoying Cheung Chau overall
A small farm on the northeast tip of Cheung Chau is a fine place to visit, and even seems a surprising place given that the surroundings are uninhabited, with only scrubby vegetation.
Even from close by, it's hidden away, yet proves a secluded, tranquil spot.
As well as wandering around the farm, you can stroll onto and clamber over the neighbouring rocky coastline.
Just received this email:
"Who can I contact if I need to hire 30-40 bikes ? Thanks a lot."
"Ms Lo of Hop Kee, tel 29810227"
- Hop Kee is to left of ferry pier, around 50 metres or so along the waterfront.
Stroll Along the Waterfront
Strolling the waterfront's a good way of soaking up the island's atmosphere - way more laid-back than the hustling, bustling city. There are fishing boats in the harbour on one side; three-storey buildings with shops, restaurants and bars on the other. From here, you can explore further.