China’s Opal Blue Bay of Lamma Island

I took the ferry over to Lamma Island from the port of Hong Kong. It’s the third biggest island in the area and a nice escape from the concrete jungle. It has only about 6,000 residents and is home to a lot of ex-pats – especially artists and musicians. I stopped and had snacks at a cool place called “Deli-Lamma” and spent the late afternoon and evening hiking from one side of the island to the other.

I started out at Yung Shue Wan and hiked for several hours around the outside of the island until I made it to Sok Kwu Wan, which you can see below. It is a little fishing village where a bunch of people live out on the water. You may have to zoom in to see the little WaterWorld village… very cool and different.
China's Opal Blue Bay of Lamma Island

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