June marks the start of Hong Kong’s peak junk season – and given the coronavirus travel restrictions, the trips are likely to be more popular than ever this year. Photo: Dominic Nahr
June marks the start of Hong Kong’s peak junk season – and given the coronavirus travel restrictions, the trips are likely to be more popular than ever this year. Photo: Dominic Nahr

Hong Kong junk trips: where to sail, what to eat and who to avoid as a potentially bumper peak season kicks off

  • Coronavirus restrictions don’t apply on a junk when the boat is moving, and when it drops anchor, passengers can be arranged into groups of eight
  • From the beaches and bays of Sai Kung to islands dotted around Hong Kong, there’s no shortage of places to drop anchor

June marks the start of Hong Kong’s peak junk season – and given the coronavirus travel restrictions, the trips are likely to be more popular than ever this year. Photo: Dominic Nahr
June marks the start of Hong Kong’s peak junk season – and given the coronavirus travel restrictions, the trips are likely to be more popular than ever this year. Photo: Dominic Nahr
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