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Hong Kong’s southern coastline is a cultural and visual contrast to the city skyscrapers

Hong Kong’s coastline and surrounding islands are a surprisingly serene haven, with lush green hillsides and humble fishing villages which are in stark contrast to the city metropolis.  With incredible international travel connections and so much to explore close by, this laid-back region of hidden treasures is ideal for charterers with limited vacation time.

Day 1 and 2

The Sai Kung peninsula was established as a market town for the surrounding fishing villages around 100 years ago.  The floating seafood market is the main attraction - dine al fresco at one of the many waterfront eateries, or return to the boat to see what culinary delights the Chef can  create with the fresh, local produce.

Inland, Sai Kung has two large country parks offering volcanic rock formations and sweeping views across the bay.

Anchor for the night at Tai Long Wan bay.

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Day 3 and 4

To the north of Sai Kung, this natural swimming pool and collection of several waterfalls is found in the northeastern New Territories, near Tai Mei Tuk.
The legend of Bride’s pool is that a bride was being carried in a sedan by four porters on her way to meet her groom in stormy weather.  When the porters carrying her slipped, the bride fell into the pool and drowned.

Anchor for the night in Plover Cove, which is adjacent to the Plover Cove Reservoir.

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Day 5 and 6

In the southern part of Hong Kong island, Repulse Bay is one of the most expensive residential districts in the world.  The Bay boasts an idyllic palm-fringed swathe of sandy beach and shallow waters.  The beach is ideal for families with young children - there are shark prevention nets protecting the bay, multiple floating platforms and lifeguards on duty throughout the summer.

Backing the bay are luxury boutiques and award-winning restaurants.  If you’re here over the weekend, head for the sunset beach club.

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Day 7

Lantau Island is on the western side of Hong Kong and is the largest island in the region.  It lies at the mouth of the Pearl River and offers gorgeous hiking trails, unspoiled beaches and picturesque villages.

The village of Ngong Ping features traditional Chinese architecture and it’s the perfect place to stop for a light dim sum lunch, before heading to see the local sights: the Tian Tian Buddha statue and the Po Lin Monastery.

The island’s mountainous interior includes the 934m-high Lantau Peak, which is a great spot to catch a front-row seat to the sunrise.

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