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Tai Long Wan

Listed under Coastlines in Hong Kong, China.

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This bay (which translates descriptively to Big Wave Bay) is a long bay surrounded by scenic peaks and rimmed with pale sand which backs onto open fields. A couple of rocky islands lie just off shore in the South China Sea which can crash in impressively (as the bays name suggests) and is known for itメs many beautiful shades of tropical blue. Arrive by helicopter, boat or on foot along the MacLehose Trail. This is one of Hong Kongメs top beaches and due to its remoteness, still fairly quiet.

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