Tai Wan on Po Toi Island, where junk and ferry passengers arrive. Photo: Martin Williams

The joys of Po Toi, island off Hong Kong that’s a self-contained world of hikes, hills, rocky headlands and ruined houses

The island, once home to 1,000 fisherfolk, has trails for hikers, some distinctive rock formations, and a restaurant on the beach that serves seafood banquets

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Tai Wan on Po Toi Island, where junk and ferry passengers arrive. Photo: Martin Williams
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