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About Lamma Island

One of the most popular of Hong Kong's many outlying Islands the Island of Lamma is home to an eclectic mix of residents, landscapes, industry and cultural influences.  From one of the regions largest power stations, and it's only large scale windmill, to a traditional fishing fleet and age old stilt-houses there is something modern and something traditional at every turn.


The many faces of Lamma Island are well known to residents of Hong Kong, but for the visitor it can be confusing exactly what there is to do or see on Lamma. Compared to other outlying islands information is sparse and confused by the two different parts of the island, and the differing emphasis of the local and expatriate communities on the island. Therefore this site was created to be the definitive FastFacts guide to the Lamma Island, giving just what you need to know to enjoy your visit to the Lamma Island.

For more information please contact us, or just turn up and enjoy the experience!

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Food and Dining

Because of the heritage of Lamma as a working fishing island there is no shortage of seafood restaurants on the island. Combined with the Cantonese love of fresh seafood and it is not hard to imagine how Lamma has become a go-to place for a seafood dinner.

There a large number of restaurants both at Yung Shue Wan and at Sok Kwu Wan, and both have a main street with a range of seafood restaurants. If Seafood is the main reason for your visit then Sok Kwu Wan will provide all your needs, but if you are interested in a wider range of cuisine and have more time then Yung Shue Wan while give you more choices.

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