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Tips for Tai O Fishing Village

Just a few hours away from the chaos and commotion of Hong Kong city, lies a completely different world
Tai O Fishing Village In Hong Kong

Rated 3.9/5 (based on 196 reviews)

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On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

2-3 Hours

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Tips

One of the most beautiful things about Tai O Fishing Village is its sunset, especially when you hike to the Dolphin Viewing Point, also known as Fu Shan

If you are lucky enough then you might possibly spot the rare Pink Dolphins during your boat ride

You need to check out the old traditional lifestyle through the local markets

The Hung Shing Temple was built by the villagers in 1746 and it is very famous in southern China. As the Tai O fishing Village is built above the tidal waters, the locals worship the sea gods for safety. It is highly recommended to visit this temple to cherish their culture and enjoy your visit to Tai O Fishing Village

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Where is the Tai O Fishing Village?

It is located on the western side of Lantau Island in Hong Kong.

Why should I go to the Tai O Fishing Village?

It is a beautiful destination for those looking for some peace and quiet.

What else is there to see in Tai O fishing Village?

There is a water parade held here every year in May to pacify the ghosts of their ancestors.