Located in the far eastern stretches where you can spot China's coastline more readily than the rest of Hong Kong, Tung Ping Chau is a remote island that takes 1.5 hours by ferry from the city. This place is famous for rock formations and is a popular weekend day trip.
Kang Lau Shek is at the island's easternmost point with 2 watchtower-like rocks. Surrounding these big rocks is a geometric coastline with plenty of photo opportunities.
This coastline had lots of clear blue seas and rock formations.
The settlement is along the eastern side, with lots of shallow and calm waters along the coastline for snorkeling.
A long stretch of beach stretches on the northeast coast.