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Tai Long Wan

11 locals recommend

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Jonathan
Jonathan
July 25, 2018
Hong Kong's best beach bar none. Fantastic water quality, the beach is stunning and on par with anything from Australia or Thailand. It's a bit of a pain to get to but well worth it for a day or two - bring a tent if you're so inclined or rent one from neighbouring Ham Tin Bay.
Marianne
Marianne
January 4, 2017
Hiking + Beach. Great views, many different trails you can do. Difficulty: 5/10 Time: 1-1.5 hours Sai Kung Pavillion to Ham Tin Beach, 2 hrs to Pak Tam Au bus stop. We camped overnight at Ham Tin Wan Beach, really long strip of beach where you can also rent gear.
Matthew
Matthew
February 24, 2018
Great hike and awesome beach
Vania
Vania
October 30, 2018
go to sai kung take a taxi to the pavillon and hike 40 min (easy hike) to the best beach of Hong Kong (if you dont want to hike back you can take a boat simply ask for it at the restaurant in Ham tin Beach)
Simon
Simon
December 21, 2016
It's a hike away but the best beach in HK

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