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The Cheng Chau Island is a perfect eye-pleasing treat for those who wish to relax on beaches and explore ancient temples. The location lets you rejoice with abundant local seafood flavours and pleasant environment. The existence of beaches offer the visitors to get indulged in a number of fun and recreation activities with your loved ones. The tiny island packs a punch with some great history attached to its locations. 

About the Activity:
The Cheung Chau Island Discovery package lets you enjoy an entertaining tour that would take you to the most popular landmarks of the island. Get picked up and enjoy a 20-minutes sampan ride to cruise inside the Typhoon Shelter tour of the Cheung Po Tsai caves that offer great sights and history and explore the mysterious cave. The tour lets you undergo a delightful walking tour towards the old main street Pak She Street and San Hing Street and get glimpses of the daily lifestyles of typical island communities. You are also entitled to board a ferry for a refreshing cruise journey to the Cheung Chau (Long Island). Nevertheless, you get to walk on the soft sands of the beautiful Tung Wan Beach which is famous for its clear water quality.

The package is inclusive of the assistance of an English-speaking guide who would accompany you throughout your trip. The trip also lets you grab a wholesome 
Dim sum lunch at a local restaurant that would totally satisfy your appetite. Besides, the package includes comfortable hotel pick-up service from selected hotels in Hong Kong.  The transportation included in the package implies a comfortable journey in an air-conditioned coach.

How to Reach:
The package includes comfortable pick-up service from select hotels in Hong Kong. You can reach the convenient locations with the help of public and private transportation.

Start Time: 

Ending Point of the Activity:
 Central Pier

Minimum 2 passengers are required for this tour to operate.


  • Dim sum lunch at a local restaurant


  • Sampan ride
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  • Tour to Cheung Chau Island Discovery

Other Inclusions

  • English-speaking guide


  • Hotel pick-up from selected hotels in Hong Kong

Things To Carry

  • Admission Ticket
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  • Camera
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  • Valid ID
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  • Cap / Hat
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  • Sunglasses


  • Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to reconfirm the departure details
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  • Pick-up is provided from select hotels in Hong Kong. If your hotel is not a pick-up location, you will be advised of the closest pick-up point. Kindly reconfirm the departure details in Hong Kong with your local activity operator
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  • Minimum 2 passengers are required for this tour to operate
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  • Daily tour except Saturday & Sunday

Tour Type

  • This is a group tour

Cancellation Policy

  • Greater than 7 days prior to the day of the tour – No cancellation charge
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  • Between 4 – 7 days prior to the day of the tour – 30% cancellation charge
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  • Less than or equal to 3 days prior to the day of the tour – 100 % cancellation charge

Refund Policy

  • The applicable refund amount will be processed within 10 business days
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  • All applicable refunds will be done in traveller's thrillophilia wallet as Thrillcash

Booking Confirmation Policy

  • The customer receives a confirmation voucher via email within 24 hours of successful booking
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  • In case the preferred slots are unavailable, an alternate schedule of the customer’s preference will be arranged and a new confirmation voucher will be sent via email.
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  • Alternatively, the customer may choose to cancel their booking before confirmation and a full refund will be processed.

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    Enjoyed the day touring a list of famous landmarks like Tung Wan beach, Tin Hau temple and the Pak Tai Temple , Cheung Po Tsai caves. Very Well Organised.


    People Also Ask

    1. What can you do at Cheung Chau Island?

      When at the Cheung Chau Island, there is no dearth of things to do. You can:
      Visit the local places of worship such as the Pak Tai Temple which is one of the oldest temples of Hong Kong and is dedicated to a Taoist god. It is an excellent example of local architecture.
      Visit the four temples dedicated to Tin Hau or the sea goddess which date back to the 17th century. These temples are special places of reverence for the local fisherfolk.
      Enjoy a day of relaxation in the clear waters and soft sands of the Tung Wan Beach.
      Head out to Cheung Po Tsai Cave onboard a wooden sampan and explore the hideout of a famous local pirate.
      Sample the scrumptious local cuisine including the popular lunch items like dim sums.

    2. Is food allowed at Cheung Chau Island?

      Yes, you can definitely bring food to Cheung Chau Island. It is also advisable to bring baby food or bring your own food in case of very specific dietary requirements. But, in any other case, you must not bring food to the island as you will be missing out on some excellent local cuisine. A lot of people visit the island specifically to indulge in local and modern cuisines. Since the island is a historic fishing village, you can sample a wide range of seafood, fish and marine products.

    3. What is the best time to visit Cheung Chau Island?

      Cheung Chau Island has a temperate climate and for half of the year, the weather remains cool and pleasant. The warmest months of the year are July, August and September with August being the hottest. If you want to avoid the hot weather, it is best not to visit during these months. The rest of the year will offer you somewhat pleasant to cool weather.

    4. How do I get to Cheung Chau Island?

      Cheung Chau Island is well connected to the surrounding major cities and can be easily reached by taking a ferry.

      From Hong Kong Island
      You can take the MTR to Central Station or Hong Kong Station and walk towards the sea using the elevated walkways. The walkways will lead you to the piers which are numbered from 1 through 10. Look for the pier #5 that will take you to Cheung Chau. Two types of ferry services are run from the pier. The first is the slow or the ordinary ferry which takes around 55 minutes. The second is the fast ferry which takes around 35 minutes. Both arrive at the same pier on the island. During the day, ferries leave about every half an hour alternating between fast ferries and slow ferries. You can also book a private junk. The price for the junk is not a lot more than the Cheung Chau ferry price.

      From Lantau
      You can also reach Cheung Chau through Lantau. The same ferry company that runs from Hong Kong Island, operates a circular inter-island ferry route which takes you to Mui Wo on Lantau, Peng Chau and Cheung Chai.

    5. How many temples does Cheung Chau Island have?

      The Cheung Chau Island has many temples, including some of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. The list is as follows:

      Pak Tai Temple: One of the oldest temples in Hong Kong. It was built in 1783 and rebuilt in 1989 after its demolition.
      Four temples of the sea god Tin Hau
      Hung Shing Temple which was built in 1993 and falls under the Chinese Temples committee
      Kwan Kung Chung Yi Ting: A traditional temple which was built in the year 1973 which is dedicated to the god of justice Kwan Tai
      Chi Kung Temple: A temple dedicated to Guanyin which was built before 1840

    6. What are the inclusion in the package?

      The Cheung Chau package includes the following facilities:

      Pickup from your hotel at the start of the tour
      Deluxe round-trip tickets on the ferry from the pier
      Knowledgeable, English-speaking guide
      Traditional Sampan ride
      Delicious dim sum lunch at a local restaurant at the island

    7. What sightseeing spots can I see in Cheung Chau Island?

      There are a lot of sightseeing opportunities at Cheung Chau Island. You can:

      Visit one of the numerous temples like Pak Tai Temple, Tin Hau temples, Hung Shing Temple, Kwan Kung Chung Yi Ting and Chi Kung Temple
      One of the many beautiful, clear-water beaches like Tung Wan and Kwun Yam Wan
      3000-year old rock carvings located near Tung Wan Beach
      Cheung Po Tsai Cave which is known as the hiding place of the famous 19th-century pirate Cheung Po Tsai
      A hiking trail to the mini great wall of Cheung Chau

    8. Tell me about Cheung Chau Island?

      Cheung Chau island is located 10 kilometres southwest of the Hong Kong Island. It is also known as the dumbbell island because of its shape. At some point, it was also known as the Death Island as people were seeing apparitions on the island post some suicides. Since then, the stories have tailed off and it is now a prosperous island which welcomes tourists from around the world. It was also one of the many islands which were leased to the United Kingdom for 99 years.

    9. What are the different types of packages available?

      The different types of packages available for the Cheung Chau Discovery Tour are as follows:

      Explore Cheung Chau: This package is valid for Adult and Child both and Ticket is for Rs.5438. The ticket includes lunch, two-way deluxe Cheung Chau ferry price, hotel pickup, a Sampan ride and an English-speaking tour guide.

    10. How and where can I redeem my e-voucher?

      You can redeem your e-voucher at the time of pickup. Simply show the voucher to your guide in return of a place on the pickup vehicle. Alternatively, if you are going to reach the pier on your own, you can show the e-voucher to your guide then.

    11. What are the operational day and hours?

      The tour is operational every day from Monday through Friday. The tours are unavailable on Saturdays, Sundays or during public holidays. The tours run in the morning.

    12. Are there any travellers tip before visiting Cheung Chau Island Discovery?

      The Pak Tai Temple, built in the year 1783, has a traditional Chinese layout. The architecture will take you back in time and is unlike the majority of the architecture that you will see today in Hong Kong. The ceramic figurines on the roof’s ridges, the murals with auspicious motifs and stone lions in the forecourt tell tales of the bygone era.

    13. Is it safe to travel?

      The island is considered to be very safe and is a popular destination amongst tourists. Frequent ferries leave the island throughout the day and some even during the night.

    14. What is Cheung Chau famous for?

      Cheung Chau is famous for its many temples, beaches and caves.

    15. How many islands are there in Hong Kong?

      Hong Kong is made up of several small islands. The total number of islands is 263.

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