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Coastal navigation on the islands Hong Kong
By Amy Adejokun Amy Adejokun Section editor

Discover Coastal navigation on the islands

A good way of visiting Hong Kong and getting a look into its diversity is by island hopping. This is a great way of exploring some of the archipelago's lesser known islands, such as the beautiful Cheung Chau or the small Peng Chau. Traditional fishermen's villages can be found here, such as Tai O on Lantau Island, which seems to have travelled through time unspoiled by modern development.

Coastal navigation on the islands

Coastal navigation on the islands , Hong Kong
Traditional fishing boats

Many fishermen go from island to island selling their catch directly off their wooden boats.

© © Leung Cho Pan / age fotostock
Coastal navigation on the islands , Hong Kong
The Port of Hong Kong

The Port of Hong Kong is one of the busiest in the world.

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Coastal navigation on the islands , Hong Kong
Sampan

There are lots of sampans and junks, traditional Asian sailing boats, in Port Victoria.

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Coastal navigation on the islands , Hong Kong
Sunset

The sunsets on the seaside of Cheung Chang Island are quite beautiful, thanks to the ochre rocks jutting out of the water.

© © Leung Cho Pan / age fotostock
Coastal navigation on the islands , Hong Kong
Hong Kong at night

Hong Kong lights up with endless colours once the sun sets, providing a great opportunity to take some beautiful photos of the city.

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