Although it's the third-largest island within Hong Kong - more than five square miles - Lamma Island remains a rural gem. Buildings are restricted to no more than three stories, and the only motor vehicles are restricted to compact ambulances and fire trucks; everyone else goes by foot or on a bicycle. The peaceful and tranquil atmosphere makes Lamma a special place to get away from the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. If you're in the mood to get out of the big city, take a ferry to the island. Yung Shue Wan (also known as Banyan Bay) has numerous seafood restaurants and handicraft shops.
Stop by for the famous signature dish along with dishes that feature roast pork, seafood, and... Read more