The coxswain looks out from the Ming River inter-islands ferry, which shuttles between Hong Kong’s outlying Cheung Chau and Peng Chau. Photo: James Wendlinger

Four Hong Kong boat trips to outlying islands, traditional villages and quiet bays aboard ‘kaitos’ show a different side to life in the city

  • Hong Kong’s remaining ‘street ship’ ferry services offer links to remote spots while being relatively cheap and generally free of selfie-taking travellers
  • These four trips range from ones that can be done in a couple of hours to whole-day excursions and are worth taking for the ride alone
Topic |   Explore Hong Kong
The coxswain looks out from the Ming River inter-islands ferry, which shuttles between Hong Kong’s outlying Cheung Chau and Peng Chau. Photo: James Wendlinger
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