Lamma Island Family Trail For Easy Hike With Young Kids

Seafood Lunch, Views, And More In Lamma With Kids

Lamma Island Family Trail And Hike Hong Kong

Most Hong Kongers love a trip to Lamma – the idyllic traffic-free island where a fresh seafood lunch is always on the cards. To really feel like you’ve earned those garlic prawns and egg fried rice, the Lamma Island Family Trail will ensure the whole family works up an appetite. The easygoing walk begins near Yung Shue Wan ferry piers – simply walk past Lamma Winds and Hung Shing Yeh Beach to find the start of the Family Trail then wander along the paved coastal path, past beaches and fishing boats and even Kamikaze Cave, from where Japanese forces occupying Hong Kong during the Second World War launched sea missions, to end in the fishing village of Sok Kwu Wan, home to a number of popular stilted seafood restaurants.

Click here for the full Lamma Island Guide for families!

Why Little Steps Loves It:​

The Lamma Island Family Trail is easy to access and with a seafood lunch on the menu at the end of the hike you can make a day trip of it to this picturesque island.

Who It's Perfect For:

A fun family day outdoors for all.

What Else:​

From Sok Kwu Wan there is a ferry back to Central. Alternatively the Ling Kok Shan Hiking Trail will return walkers via a slightly hillier route to Yung Shue Wan.

Where To Find It:​

Additional Info:​

Take the ferry from Central Pier 4 to Yung Shue Wan on Lamma Island.

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