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Cheung Sha Beach

Listed under Beaches in Hong Kong, China.

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This is the longest stretch of sand along Hong Kong’s ribbon of coast, running for three kilometres along Lantau Island’s south edge. The long stretch of clean sand is broken slightly by a small headland and a village with some nice restaurants.

You can get here by junk, or by less romantic modes of public transport and generally you’ll find it to be quieter than many Hong Kong Island beaches. Fairly flat water is protected by the headlands so the surfing’s not too exciting but the swimming is protected and there’s decent kitesurfing.

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