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Ap Chau


Hidden Paradise (One-day course)


 

 

Ap Chau is the smallest inhabited island in Hong Kong. More than 1,000 people lived there in the 1950s, but many residents later emigrated or moved to the urban area. The fishing village was built about 70 years ago. This relatively short history has produced many interesting cultural and heritage stories. Unlike other fishing villages, where Tin Hau and Hung Shing are worshipped, Ap Chau is an all-Christian community.
The Ap Chau Story Room, converted from the old Ap Chau Fishermen's Children Primary School, presents the island’s settlement history and the islanders’ overseas migration. There are also displays of traditional domestic utensils and fishing tools, as well as rock samples and fossil models.

 

 

One-day Course to Ap Chau

 

How to get there:

By Ferry from Ma Liu Shui

Take the ferry operating between Ma Liu Shui to Kat O and Ap Chau on Saturdays, Sundays and Public holidays.

Visitors can travel by MTR East Rail and get off at the University Station, Exit B, then walk for about 15 minutes to Ma Liu Shui Landing Steps No.3 for the ferry service to Kat O and Ap Chau. The normal boat traveling time is about 1.5 hours. Visitors are advised to take the *ferry schedule into consideration in planning the trip.

Service days: Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays

Depart from Ma Liu Shui: 09:00am

Depart from Kat O: 15:30pm

Fare: $90 return ticket (Single trip Kat O to Ma Liu Shui $50)

Booking & enquiries: 2555 9269 (Best Sonic Industrial Limited)

(subject to operator's announcement)

ferry schedule

 


 

How to Explore Ap Chau and Kat O

 

travel route

Download the Above Route in PDF

 

 

 

Video of Ap Chau and Kat O

 

 

 

 

 

Key of Attraction

Don't forget to take your time to visit them !!

 

Duck's Eye

Ap Chau Story Room

Fishermen Village

AP Chau Beach

Hakka cuisine

Kat O Plaza

Lover's Tree

Tin Hau Temple

Kat O Story Room

Local Snacks

Ferry Return

Sunset

 

 

Location Map of Ap Chau

 

 

 

Leave No Trace. Take Your Litter Home. Enjoy Your Geopark Journey.

 

 

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Last Review Date : 1 July 2021