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About Cheung Chau


As the longest continuously inhabited part of Hong Kong the island of Cheung Chau has great history and community feel, so it is no wonder that is not just a popular place to live, but also to visit for a day, a weekend or a month. On the small but convenient island there are beaches, hills, a village with both modern and traditional shops, and plenty of dining options. With a luxury hotel, a B&B and plentiful small holiday flats for rents there are no shortage of accommodation options. Visit for the world famous Bun Festival, for a seafood dinner, or just to enjoy the quiet beach.

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Although well known to both locals and experienced visitors to Hong Kong there are some who are not familiar with Cheung Chau and the great experiences, food and shopping available here. So this site is the definitive FastFacts guide to the Cheung Chau, giving everything you need to know to enjoy your visit to the Cheung Chau.

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Food Restaurants

A lot of people come to Cheung Chau specifically for the food, and there are indeed a range of traditional and modern choices. As a historic fishing village it is of course very related to seafood, fish and marine products. Here you will find a full range of seafood dishes, but also traditional Hong Kong Cafe fare, Cantonese Dim Sum and international choices as well.

Catering to the large number of visitors who are coming to Cheung Chau for a seafood lunch or dinner there is a stretch of seafront with many seafood restaurants. Each one has tables by the sea as well as some indoor seating. Focusing on providing food for visitors it concentrates on rustic and traditional Cantonese presentations of seafood. Try a steamed fish with ginger and spring onion, stir fried little clams with chili, crispy deep fried squid or steamed garlic prawns. Typical accompaniments such as plain or fried rice, beef and broccoli stir fry and sweet and sour pork make for a complete meal and cater to those who do not like seafood.


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