Digital Kiosk at Front Desk
Geopark TV channel and guestroom decoration
Geopark information kiosk at the lobby
Fossil displays welcome the arrival of guests
Trilobite fossil inside a guestroom
Fine dining in a stone café
There are not many people who can resist the temptation of food. A crossover between delicious food and unique geological elements of the Geopark enables the understanding and enjoyment of the Geopark from a completely new angle! The “Geolicious menu” available at the two geopark hotels contains a series of specially designed dishes – each containing a unique scenery or element of the Hong Kong Geopark. Let the “Geolicious menu”* satisfy both your eyes and your taste buds!
Italian Copper Ham with Potato Salad & Crispy Onion
Bluff Head displays the oldest outcrop in Hong Kong. The inter-layered red and white rock strata was formed about four hundred million years ago.
Charcoal Grilled U.S. Short Rib with Egg-plant Gratin
The Ninepin Group consists of the South, the North and the East Ninepin Islands. Huge hexagonal rock columns are widely distributed on the islands.
Chocolate Mousse Mille Feuille
Tung Ping Chau is made up entirely of layered sedimentary rocks, wand contains the youngest rock outcrop of Hong Kong which is about 55 million years old.
Crispy Prawn Wrapped with Kataifi & Fresh Mango Sake Kasu
The well-known Duck’s eye is a typical sea arch, formed by long-term coastal erosion.
Vanilla Ice Cream with Crispy Chocolate
Placoderm is an extinct fish. Its head to thorax were covered by armoured plates.
Extended exposure to sun and rain led to cracking on the surface of the boulders on Sharp Island.
*The “Geolicious menu” is subject to revisions from time to time, please contact the hotels for the latest menu.
The turmeric locally grown at Lai Chi Wo has offers many health benefits. It can also be made into a natural mosquito repellent.
Lai Chi Wo
Popsicles made of all natural materials including fresh flowers are a great way to cool off the summer heat.
Lai Chi Wo
The major crop in the heyday of the Hakka communities, is now being produced again locally in the rehabilitated farm fields.
Lai Chi Wo
Produced by the traditional method where seawater is drained into the salt pans, where they will evaporate and crystallise into salt.
Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung
Made with plants that are Chinese medicinal herbs Paederia foetida and Artemisia argyi, this traditional Hakka snack is considered to bring health benefits.
Lai Chi Wo, Kat O, Yim Tin Tsai
Made with sticky rice flour, brown sugar and red beans, the red bean pudding is a deliciously sweet and chewy treat.
Lai Chi Wo, Kat O
Hakka dishes and squid balls
Tel: 2679 9337