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Tai O is a fishing town, partly located on an island of the same name, on the western side of Lantau Island in Hong Kong. The village names means large inlet, referring to outlet for the waterways merges as it moves through Tai O.
Fisherman village on stilts, with HKD20 local boat tour (2 euro only!) to spot pink dolphins, see an arch and the village from the water! Great local food, shops, waterside terrace with Vietnamese coffee and great local fishing culture. Also great for hiking and you can find a temple too
Tai O, a well-known and beloved fishing village on Lantau Island, is a great escape from HK Island’s chaotic vibe. Teeming with a small village charm, which we are hard pressed to find in Hong Kong these days, its traditional way of life is still very much in tact. Tai O’s streets are filled with…
An ancient fishing village that was once a shining port of the Pearl River Delta. you can wander down the narrow lanes bordered on each side with rows of leaning stilt houses, catch the whiff of dried seafood lingering on the air, and stock up on the village's renowned fish paste.