Recommendation by Lemi
Called “Grass Island” by locals, Tap Mun is memorable for its broad green meadows and gorgeous ocean views. The tiny island is home to just 100 residents, but the sublime sunset from the hilltop campground attracts adventurers from all over the world. Tap Mun is also known for its brisk sea breeze—perfect to escape the desolate summer sun. Channel your inner peace by visiting Tin Hau Temple (built in 1737), Kwan Tai Temple (added on a few years later), and Shui Yuet Kung (built in 1788) on the island. The abandoned King Lam School, founded in 1913, was the only school on the island until it was shut down in 2003. Now it is developing into a beautiful ruin, shrouded in overgrowth. Between all of the historical gems, rich culture, and unparalleled scenery, Tap Mun is a photography paradise!
Open today: 24 hours
Sai Kung, Hong Kong
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