Although a while back, Stitch’s visit to Lamma Island shall not be forgotten. It’s been quite a few weeks since two lovely gals and myself accompanied Stitch for his visit to Hong Kong’s Lamma Island.
It’s my second visit to Lamma, and it is a gorgeous place to visit. There are places in Hong Kong with better scenery, but I especially like how laid back every thing is and how far away the whole island seems from the hustle bustle of central Hong Kong.
The weather, moving between cloudy to sunny, was very pleasant, and allowed us some interesting shots…
The beaches are terrific. They’d be a perfect getaway, if it wasn’t for the nearby power plant.
The local atmosphere is slow and relaxed. No cars and very quiet, It seems that the whole place is going on slow-motion, with some interesting shops and organic gardens along the way.
Food’s great too, with a very international selection of cuisine.
Being an island with an abundance of local fishermen, means the local specialty is seafood, which comes in large quantities with relative quality and not too expensive if you shop around a bit.
Finally, if you’re still not convinced – here are some panoramic views of Lamma.