Tap Mun Chau or Grass Island (塔門) is an island of Hong Kong, located in the northeastern part of the territory, north of the Sai Kung peninsula. Area: 1.69 km². Sai Kung (西貢; pinyin: Xi1gong4; Cantonese: sai1 gung3) is the second-largest of the 18 districts of Hong Kong. ...
Administratively, it is part of Tai Podistrict. Tai Po district (大埔區; lit. ... The territory of Hong Kong is divided in 18 administrative districts (Population as of 2000) Hong Kong Island Central and Western (274,400) Eastern (620,800) Southern (282,400) Wan Chai (190,300) Kowloon (New Kowloon included) Kowloon City (406,000) Kwun Tong (564,700) Sham Shui Po (372,200...
The island has a temple dedicated to Kwun Yum. Kuan Yin (Pinyin: Guanyin; also written Kwan Yin or in other variants which hyphenate or remove the space between the two words) is the bodhisattva of compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists. ...
It is reachable by ferry or water-taxi from Wong Shek Pier in Sai Kung and Ma Liu Sui Pier in University,Tai Po. The Pride of Burgundy, a P&O Ferries car ferry on the Dover-Calais route A ferry is a boat or a ship carrying passengers, and sometimes their vehicles, on scheduled services. ...
Categories: Hong Kong-related stubs | Islands of Hong Kong | Islands and peninsulas of Hong Kong Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Lantau Island, Hong Kong Lantau Island (based on its old name 爛頭島 Làntóu Dǎo, Ragged Head Island; now called 大嶼山 pinyin: Dàyǔ shān, Cantonese: Tai yue shan, Big Island Mountain), also Lantao, is the largest island in Hong Kong, located at the mouth of the Pearl River. ... Hong Kong Island (香港島, colloquially the Island side) is the island where the colonial settlement of the Hong Kong territory, Victoria City, was founded. ... Lamma Island Power Station and Hung Shing Ye beach Lamma Island (南丫島; pinyin: nán yā dǎo; Jyutping: Nam4 Nga1 Dou2), also known as “Po Liu Chau”, is the third largest island in Hong Kong and part of the Islands District, Hong Kong. ... Chek Lap Kok (Chinese: 赤鱲角; Jyutping: cek3 laap6 gok3; Cantonese IPA: ; Pinyin: Chìliè Jiǎo; Red Perch Cape) is an island in the western waters of Hong Kong. ... Tsing Yi (éè¡£), or Tsing Yi Island (éè¡£å³¶) is an island of Hong Kong, to the northwest of Hong Kong Island. ... Kau Sai Chau (滘西洲) is an island located off the coast of Sai Kung, Hong Kong. ... The Poi To islands (蒲苔群島) are a small group of sparsely inhabited islands (a population of around 200) located south-east of Hong Kong Island, off Stanley, Hong Kong. ... Po Toi (蒲苔島) is the main island of the Po Toi Islands in Hong Kong. ... Waglan Island (橫瀾島) is a member of the Po Toi group of islands in Hong Kong. ... Cheung Chau (é·æ´²; lit. ... Tung Lung Chau (東龍洲, lit. ... Kat O Chau or Crooked Island (吉澳洲) is an island of Hong Kong located in the north-east of the territory. ... Wong Wan Chau (往灣洲) or Double Island is an island located in the north-eastern part of Hong Kong. ... Hei Ling Chau (喜靈洲) is an island of Hong Kong, located east of Lantau Island. ... Ap Lei Chau (é´¨è·æ´²) is an island of Hong Kong, located south-west of Hong Kong Island, next to Aberdeen Harbour, with an area of 1. ... Soko Islands (ç´¢ç½ç¾¤å³¶) is a group of islands in Hong Kong. ... Tai A Chau (大鴉洲) is an island of Hong Kong, part of the Soko Islands group, located south of Lantau Island. ... Siu A Chau (å°é´æ´²) is an island of Hong Kong, part of the Soko Islands group, located south of Lantau Island. ... Ping Chau (å¹³æ´²) or Tung Ping Chau (æ±å¹³æ´²) is an island of Hong Kong, located in the northeast of the territory, in Mirs Bay. ... Photo of the ferry docks connecting Peng Chau to the outside world Photo of Finger Hill taken from Tung Wan Photo looking towards Hong Kong taken from Tung Wan Photo looking towards Discovery Bay taken on top of Finger Hill Peng Chau (坪洲 in pinyin: Píngzhōu; in Jyutping: ping4 zau1... Ma Wan (é¦¬ç£) is an island of Hong Kong, located between Lantau Island and Tsing Yi Island. ... The Ninepin Group is a group of islands in the easternmost waters of Hong Kong. ... The Brothers or Mo To Chau (磨刀洲, or 大小磨刀洲) consist of two islands in Hong Kong, the East Brother (小磨刀洲) and the West Brother (大磨刀洲). ... Green Island (青洲) is an island off the coast of the northwest coast of Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong, separated by the Sulphur Channel. ... Kowloon Rock (九龍石) is an island in the middle of Kowloon Bay in Hong Kong. ... Kellett Island (奇力島, also 燈籠洲 in Chinese) is a former island in Hong Kong. ... Stonecutters Island (昂船洲) is a former island in Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong. ... Hoi Sham Island (海心島), also called To Kwa Wan Island (土瓜灣島), is a former island in Kowloon Bay off the coast at To Kwa Wan, Kowloon City district, Hong Kong. ... Channel Rock (æµ·å³½ç³) was a big rock in the midst of Kowloon Bay in the east Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong, opposite to Kwun Tong Ferry Pier. ... Tsing Chau (青洲) was an island in the Kwai Chung area of Hong Kong, sitting on the mouth of Gin Drinkers Bay, by the side of Rambler Channel, opposite to Tsing Yi Island. ... Mong Chau (èæ´²) was an island off South Kwai Chung, in Rambler Channel, Hong Kong. ... Chau Tsai (洲仔) was a small island off the southern shore of Tsing Yi Island of Hong Kong. ... Nga Ying Chau (牙鷹洲), or Cap Island, was a island off the northeast shore of Tsing Yi Island of Hong Kong, separated by a small harbour, Mun Tsai Tong (門仔塘), and Tsuen Wan is at its northeast, just across the Rambler Channel. ... Lam Chau (欖洲) was one of the two original islands that made up the site of the current Hong Kong International Airport. ...
TapMun, or TapMunChau in full name, is one of the islands at the far east of Hong Kong.
The name (in Chinese "Tap" means pagoda and "Mun" means door) was given because of the many large rocks lying along the costal line, emulating many pagodas guarding the water entrance to the Hong Kong territories.
Peng Chau (坪洲 in pinyin: Píngzhōu; in Jyutping: ping4 zau1; literal meaning: "Flat Islet") is a small island located off the north-eastern coast of Lantau Island.
Peng Chau is known for its small island lifestyle, accessibility to fresh seafood, and many temples located around the island (including a Tin Hau temple built in 1792).
Peng Chau is accessible by a ferry (New World First Ferry) from Central on Hong Kong Island, or by ferries from Mui Wo, Chi Ma Wan and Cheung Chau, or by Kai-to ferries from Discovery Bay on Lantau Island.
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