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Tai O Heritage Hotel

5 locals recommend

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Malan And Zosie
Malan And Zosie
March 18, 2017
Houses are built on stilts above the ocean, sampans ply the dark-green waterways, and elderly residents still dry seafood on traditional straw mats and make the village's celebrated shrimp paste. Tai O is built partly on Lantau and partly on a tiny island about 15m from the shore. Until the…
Jessa And Jo
Jessa And Jo
December 13, 2016
Getting there Bus: 1 from Mui Wo, 11 from Tung Chung, 21 from Ngong Ping On weekends, droves of visitors trek to the far-flung west coast of Lantau to see a fascinating way of life. Here in Tai O, historical home to the Tanka boat people, life is all about the sea. Houses are built on stilts above…
Margaret  K.Y.
Margaret K.Y.
September 29, 2014
The Old Marine Police Station that has after renovation became now an UNESCO award - winning hotel . Very well worth visiting and enjoy lunch or an afternoon tea .
Annabel
Annabel
March 6, 2017
棚屋是大澳漁村的標誌,也是香港最為獨特的景觀之一。
Jom And Mary
Jom And Mary
August 10, 2016
到达那里 公交:1 Mui Wo,11 Tung Chung,21 Ngong Ping 在周末,游客前往遥远的西海岸的Lantau看到一个迷人的人的生活方式。在大澳,到Tanka船民的历史家,生活就是大海。房子建在海上的高跷,舢舨层深绿色的水道,老年居民仍然干海鲜传统草席,让村里的著名的虾膏。 Tai O是一部分建在大屿山上的一个小岛离海岸约15m。直到20世纪90年代中期,唯一的途径是通过一个绳拖渡轮由老年客家妇女拉。这和在小港湾赢得了Tai O的绰号“香港威尼斯大量的舢舨。虽然狭窄的铁Tai Chung天桥跨越运河,绳索牵引摆渡复活一些周末和节假日:降1港元的盒子,你上岸。

Places to stay nearby

SUPERHOST
  1. Entire condominium
  2. 2 beds
遠眺日落的舒適房子
  1. Hotel room
  2. 1 bed
"Lotus"-Zen styled room @Espace Elastique of Tai O
  1. Hotel room
  2. 1 bed
Deluxe Room@Espace Elastique-Tai O
  1. Private room
  2. 1 bed
Deluxe Sea View Room @ Tai O Inn, by the Sea
  1. Hotel room
  2. 4 beds
Modern family-friendly suite in fishing village
  1. Hotel room
  2. 2 beds
Standard Rm@Espace Elastique-Tai O
  1. Private room
  2. 1 bed
Sea View Room @ Tai O Inn, by the Sea
  1. Private room
  2. 1 bed
Greenery View Room @ Tai O Inn, by the Sea

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Establishment
“Who knows seafood better than the fisherfolk? Hidden in the fish market, this understated eatery run by local fishermen is truly an in-the-know place for ultrafresh seafood. There’s no menu here, and you will need a Cantonese-speaking friend to help you book a table at least two days in advance (two weeks for weekends). Tell the owner Ah Lo your budget and he’ll source the best sea creatures available and apply his Midas touch to them. Walk-in visitors can try the excellent Hong Kong–style French toast and other cha chaan tang (tea cafe) staples. Only open during lunch hours.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“Complete your visit to Hong Kong with a day trip to Macau, once the oldest European settlement in the Orient. Sit back and relax as you sail across the sea from Hong Kong to Macau on a jetfoil or catamaran. Explore Macau's historical sites, such as the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ruins of St Paul and A-Ma Temple (Macau Barra), and visit modern establishments like the Macau Tower with your expert guide. With lunch and round-trip hotel transport included, this full-day sightseeing tour is not to be missed! ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Ice Cream Shop
“A very delicious science experiment, the ice cream at Lab Made is created with liquid nitrogen and a mixer, each scoop made to order and emerging with a poof of vapor. A rotating menu offers four flavours daily, a blend of the prosaic (chocolate, mango) and the only-in-Hong-Kong magical (condensed milk with crispy toast bits, purple yam, mooncake). ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
  • 2 locals recommend
Park
“Kowloon Walled City was a largely ungoverned, densely populated settlement in Kowloon City in Hong Kong. Originally a Chinese military fort, the Walled City became an enclave after the New Territories were leased to Britain by China in 1898. Its population increased dramatically following the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War II. By 1990, the Walled City contained 50,000 residents[1][2] within its 2.6-hectare (6.4-acre) borders. From the 1950s to the 1970s, it was controlled by local triads and had high rates of prostitution, gambling and drug abuse. It's a good place for visit for people interested in the history of Hong Kong.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Location
New Territories
Phone2985 8383