Po Toi is Hong Kong's southernmost island and has become a popular weekend outing destination. Ferries leave occasionally from either Aberdeen or Stanley and take 1 hour or 30 minutes repectively.
Rock carvings in Nam Tum believed to be 3000 years old can be seen in the exposed rock.
With pristine waters, there probably are some decent catches fishing here.
The Palm Cliff is named for its semblance with the Buddha's palm.
Many campers have already set up their tents along the hillsides.
The island's seaweed is quite famous and are readily available for sale at very reasonable prices.
The indigeneous population has shrunk from 3000 in the past few decades as residents moved to the city.
The southern slopes have more rugged hiking trails that were devoid of visitors.