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Lamma Island Accommodation

Lamma Island accommodation can be divided into following 5 types - basic, moderate, standard, superior and deluxe. As their names suggest, each of these accommodations vary based on the levels of comfort, amenities and standards of service offered, yet all of them can be found on our site!

Lamma Island is the third largest outlying island of Hong Kong, characterized by low density residential and tourism establishments. The island is an integral part of Hong Kong’s story. Its slow pace of life is a far cry from the glamorous metropolis that most visitors expect of the country. This alluring contrast- a mix of tradition and innovation and a blend of East and West is what makes Lamma Island a place that everyone must explore at least once in their lifetime.

Things to see
Lamma Island can be considered as Hong Kong’s best kept secrets: it offers its discerning tourists unique cultural and natural landscape to explore, all within an hour of the city’s teeming downtown.

Families or groups who love to hike must embark upon the 5 km Yung Shue Wan Family Walk trail. It is very well maintained and suitable for hikers of all levels. The entire trail takes approximately 2 hours and there are many spots you can stop to take pictures in. The Yung Shue Wan pier also has excellent restaurants serving traditional Chinese and western food. The Tai Ling section of the Island is home to the ‘Lamma Wind’ a turbine constructed by Hong Kong Eectric. Visitors can learn about renewable energy at its exhibition centre. Also located just 15 to 20 minutes away from the Yung Shue Wan Pier by walk is Hong Kong’s most popular beach the Hung Sung Yeh Bay. For beaches which are less crowded you can head over to the Lo Sow Shing Beach which is government run. You can view ancient lime-kilns dating back to 420 AD here.

Hotels in Lamma Island
There are few, though comfortable Lamma Island hotels to choose from, and that is part of the attraction of this place. Most visitors who wish to only see a few places on the island can book hotels back in the city. However, for those looking to get away from the city’s hustle and bustle, there are many great apartment rentals and holiday homes perched right on the beach.

Most of these hotels offer the standard bed and breakfast fare and are conveniently located close to the ferry pier. Resort studio apartments offer basic amenities like gas cookers, fresh linen and refrigerators, etc but the stunning view of the sunrise and sunset on the beach more than make up for the lack of other fancy luxuries. Likewise, guesthouses nestling in Lamma’s lush countryside have TVs, Wi-Fi, kitchen facilities and well furnished baths.

Where to stay
The best place to find a place to sleep in Lamma island is the Yung Shue Wan area. Not only do the accommodations and hotels here cater to families, groups and single travelers, they are conveniently located close to the western style cafes, sea food restaurants and bars.

Another great place to seek accommodation on the island is the Hung Shing Yeh beach where you can hear the sound of waves lapping as you wake up in one of the few inns or hotels perched right on the beach. Hung Shing Yeh is located just a 15 minutes’ walk from Yung Shue Wan area. This way, you will be conveniently placed from the island’s hiking trails, the Lamma Wind as well as its beaches.

How to get to Lamma Isalnd
Hong Kong International Airport is serviced by many international flights from all of the continents. The best way to get to Lamma Island from Hong Kong is via 2 ferry routes which run every hour. The main ferry route is the Yung Shue Wan to/from Central Hong Kong managed solely by the Hong Kong Kowloon Ferry Ltd. Company.

The ferry service from Central Pier 4 to Yung Shue Wan takes 27 minutes and to Sok Kwu Wan approximately 30 to 40 minutes. No cars are allowed on Lamma Island.