1.5 hours from central
Sai Kung is famous for its beautiful and popular beaches. Located at the Clear Water Bay Peninsula, First Beach is famous for its good water quality and beautiful scenery. A wide range of facilities are also provided on the beach.
1.5 hours from central | 2.5 hours from aberdeen
Repulse Bay is cloaked in history, originally a location where pirates traded with mainland China. It is now one of the most desirable places to live & visit in Hong Kong. Many consider Repulse Bay to be Hong Kong’s most popular beach destination. Repulse Bay’s spectacular views & calm waters make it a great choice as your destination when chartering one of our junks.
2 hours from central | 1.5 hours from aberdeen
Turtle Cove Beach on Lamma Island is one of the most beautiful destinations that Hong Kong Junks can offer. A hidden cove closed to visitors for half the year so that turtles have a chance to nest. No access from June 1 to Oct 31 during sea turtle nesting season!
1.1 hours from central | 1 hour from aberdeen
There are two main beaches on Cheung Chau: Tung Wan Beach and Kwun Yam Beach. Although they are not as big as the well-known beaches along the Hong Kong Island coast, they do have their own unique qualities. Kwun Yam Beach is a beautiful fine white sand beach situated on the east coast of Cheung Chau. The water quality is pristine and it is classified as a Grade 1 beach. It provides many water sports facilities, particularly for windsurfing fanatics, and is a particularly good location to enjoy the extra actives that Hong Kong Junks can offer.
1.5 hours from central | 1.5 hours from aberdeen
Lantau Island, located west of Hong Kong Island, offers a wide range of charter destinations. Hong Kong Junks can take you to an extensive network of inlets, bays and beaches that suit your needs. Lantau Island is a popular destination due to its diverse beaches & views.
1.5 hours from central | 30 mins from aberdeen
Deepwater Bay is located on the southern shore of Hong Kong Island. It is a very popular beach destination among locals given its chilled vibe which allows you to rest and bask in the peace and tranquility of this historic location.
2 hours from central | 1.5 hours from aberdeen
Stanley Bay is renowned for it two glorious beaches: Stanley Main Beach and St. Stephen’s Beach. Stanley is a fantastic destination for those who want to enjoy the extra activities that Hong Kong Junks has to offer, as it is the most popular destination for windsurfers, wakeboarders and other water sport enthusiasts. With netted perimeters to protect swimmers, both these beaches provide a safe and relaxing location to swim and enjoy the view.
1 hour from central | 1.5 hours from aberdeen
The Shek O peninsula is a popular day trip destination. Quaint Shek O Village attracts sun seekers and families to its casual open-air eateries and its beach, dotted with barbecue pits. Hikers hit popular trails like the Dragon’s Back, in Shek O Country Park, or head to the more remote coastal cliffs of Cape d’Aguilar, to the south. Big Wave Bay is a known surf spot, and home to a prehistoric rock carving.
lamma (sham wan / sok kwu wan)
1.5 hours from central | 0.5 hour from aberdeen | 1.5 hours from discovery bay
Lamma Island has a free-spirited, multicultural vibe and is home to hipsters and creative types. Indie boutiques, craft stores and mellow cafes line Yung Shue Wan Main Street. The island’s hiking trails take in the WWII-era Kamikaze Caves and have sweeping coastal views. Locals and day-trippers unwind on Hung Shing Yeh Beach, or head to Sok Kwu Wan fishing village and its casual seafood eateries.
lei yu mun
0.5 hour from central
The fishing village of Lei Yue Mun is a slice of old Hong Kong alive and well in the modern metropolis. It gained a reputation as a good spot for alfresco seafood dining from the 60s. It'll definitely be worth your trip over there even just for a feast of seafood! And the ordering method is quite unique too: first you buy your fish from a tank in a market stall; then you take it to one of the nearby restaurants, which will prepare it for a fee. Overall, the price is reasonable and the seafood is very fresh.
harbour cruise and symphony of lights (8pm every night)
15 mins from central / 1 hour from aberdeen
If you thought Victoria Harbour was a dazzling cityscape on its own, hang around for A Symphony of Lights. The multimedia show has set the harbour ablaze every night since 2004, and is recognised as one of the world’s most spectacular light shows. It has become the signature icon for Hong Kong, showcasing the vibrancy and glamorous night vista of the city.