Lying in the formidable shadow of Lantau, this tiny island is not dissimilar to Cheung Chau which is just much smaller. Home to around 8,000 people, the main occupation is fishing as is the case with most outlying islands around Hong Kong. The island does also have a small rattan and hand-painted ceramics industry. A walk through the rabbit-warren lanes of the town leads past some of the shops selling these local wares, as well as many other more everyday products. A number of small temples dot the island, and the sign-posted Family Trail guides visitors on a gentle amble through its countryside.
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