About Cheung Chau
As the longest continuously inhabited part of Hong Kong the island of Cheung Chau has great history and community feel, so it is no wonder that is not just a popular place to live, but also to visit for a day, a weekend or a month. On the small but convenient island there are beaches, hills, a village with both modern and traditional shops, and plenty of dining options. With a luxury hotel, a B&B and plentiful small holiday flats for rents there are no shortage of accommodation options. Visit for the world famous Bun Festival, for a seafood dinner, or just to enjoy the quiet beach.
Although well known to both locals and experienced visitors to Hong Kong there are some who are not familiar with Cheung Chau and the great experiences, food and shopping available here. So this site is the definitive FastFacts guide to the Cheung Chau, giving everything you need to know to enjoy your visit to the Cheung Chau.
For more information please contact us, or just turn up and enjoy the experience!