75號 Chai Wan Rd, Hong Kong
NileGuide Expert tip:
A popular held belief especially prevalent among Hong Kong chinese is that if a fish is swimming then it must be fresher
The first holiday village in an urban area, Lei Yue Mun Park offers both day and overnight accommodation for campers. It provides a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, such as soccer, gate ball, basketball, tennis, archery, indoor bowls, a swimming pool, climbing and badminton, plus barbecue sites. There is also a horse-riding school.
Beyond there the village peters out on a small sandy beach just beyond the Tin Hau Temple, permanently strewn, unfortunately, with broken styrofoam boxes, discarded fishing nets, abandoned glass buoys and all the other marine detritus sadly so commonplace on beaches all over Hong Kong