Calamari during the day, beach and brews at sunset, plenty of stunning views in between, High Island is easy breezy beautiful. Located off the coast of Sai Kung, High Island is home to beautiful beaches, Hong Kong’s largest reservoir, and amazing hiking.
Hungry? Hike or boat over to Yau Ley Restaurant and prepare to feast on curry crab, deep-fried squid, calamari, or a variety of fish from the restaurant’s tanks. This family-owned Cantonese resto is worth the journey. They will make sure your little ones are happy campers, offering plenty of high chairs and a beach for the kids to explore while mom and dad sip their weekend away.
Be sure to stay for sunset…it is worth it!
Sundowners and sunsets...High Island style!
Family fun days, visitors looking to see the "real" Hong Kong, and sunset seekers.
Hike it! You can reach the restaurant hideaway on foot via the Maclehose Trail (Stage 1). Start at Pak Tam Chung carpark and head toward High Island Reservoir. After passing the Reservoir, you will find Pak A Road and then walk down the hill. The hike should take approximately 2 hours and is mostly road. Alternatively, there is a 90-minute hike. Click here for more details.
You can reach the restaurant by boat or foot. Click here for the details.