The tour of Peng Chau wouldn’t be complete without a tour of the small streets of the island, the markets and some of the local people and fishing life. Following up on the first post “Peng Chau : HK’s intimate island”, here the second part on Peng Chau.


As you get off the ferry… “Welcome to Peng Chau”.

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Not too far away at the end of the short road to your right is one of the old local temples…

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Continuing from the temple to the right is a narrow street which includes the local market and street restaurants…

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Transport on the island is non-motorized and everyone uses different variations of bicycles…

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There are local shrines all over the island worshiping different Gods, mostly related to fishing and sea related life…

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I personally found the little residential streets quite charming, a bit of old style and somewhat basic.


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Every once in a while you might come across something that’s a bit different, like this next “statue”…

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Island life, as you might expect, is mainly about the sea, boating and fishing. The views are gorgeous and all is quite relaxed…

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And the local residents seem generally content…

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For more photos of life in Peng Chau :

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