Built over 400 years ago in the reign of Shen Zong of the Ming Dynasty (1573-1620), the Man Mo Temple in Pak Ngan Heung is the oldest temple in Mui Wo, and well worth a look.
In order to cultivate kindness in tough times, Tung Chung resident Debbie Bailey writes uplifting messages on upcycled scallop shells (donated by local seafood vendors) and leaves them on the Lantau trails and across Hong Kong for people to find.
COVID-19 confirmed patients, aged between 16 and 65, with mild or moderate clinical conditions, are now being admitted to the new North Lantau Hospital.
The Sustainable Lantau Office (SLO) has announced plans to develop a Round-the-Lantau Route by connecting existing hiking trails and building new ones.
One-time cartoonist and freshly minted novelist LARRY FEIGN shines a light on Mui Wo’s murky past by celebrating the life of a notorious pirate queen
“Hop in,” Kathy Dixon says with a twinkle in her eye. She has just arrived at the Tai O bus terminus and is excited to show us the local herd of feral cows that she spotted on her drive over from Shui Hau to meet us.
Tucked snugly away in the south-western corner of Lantau, Tai O is rich in history and local colour and, as one of the last bastions of Hong Kong heritage to survive territory-wide development, it’s a fantastic place to observe traditional village life.
Easter break is just around the corner. Check out what events are happening in Discovery Bay & Lantau, for kids and the whole family to enjoy below.
Lantau Residents Jo Lodder & Catherine Cormack are doing their hardest challenge, HIKING FOR FREEDOM to STOP human & animal ABUSE, a 4 day challenge (25th – 28th March).
Sensei is an honorific term, which literally translates from the Japanese as ‘one who comes before,’ or ‘person born before another.’