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 NahrJune 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
Topic |   Explore Hong Kong
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 NahrJune 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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