Tai O is quite far away from the urban area of Hong Kong Island. The subway arrives at Tung Chung Station, and then take bus No. 11 to Tai O. The journey takes 50 minutes and there are mountain roads along the way. People who are prone to motion sickness should remember to prepare motion sickness medicine in advance. . A popular activity in Tai O is to go to sea to see Chinese White Dolphins, but the chance of seeing them is not high. If you want to experience the feeling of riding the wind and waves on a speedboat, you can still go and see it. Then I walked slowly all the way to look at the shacks, looking for the feeling of nostalgic fishing village, and then all the way to the Tai O Heritage Hotel, the time of the day is actually a bit nervous.
Located in the west of Lantau Island, it has not been developed yet. It has a history of 100 years. If you are lucky enough to come here, you can see the rare animal, the Chinese White Dolphin. The area here is not very large, and it can basically be completed in half a day. The characteristic tree house here is really rarely seen now. You must not miss the unique salted fish and shrimp paste when you come here.
Tai O is an old fishing village located on the western side of the Lantau Island in Hong Kong. The place is very different from the hustle and bustle of the Hong Kong Island. You feel so carefree when you are walking through the village. There are many shops and fresh seafood. The most interesting part of Tai O are the stilt houses which are still occupied by fishermen. While you are there I highly recommend trying the spicy fish balls with cuttlefish or just any restaurant selling seafood.To get there you can take the MTR to Tung Chung station and then take bus 11 to Tai O or if you happen to be at Ngong Ping Village you can take bus 21 from there.
大澳是香港保留的比较罕见的渔村了 虽然无论是从东涌还是其他码头过来都不太方便 但也因此保留了很纯朴的特质 很多的水上房屋间都没有经历修缮 这里的船出海据说有好运的话还是看到保护动物海豚 很有特点