Tung Ping Chau

Tung Ping Chau is a captivating island located at the northeastern extremity of Hong Kong’s territory. Renowned for its unique geological features and rich biodiversity, the island showcases a vibrant array of sedimentary rock formations, marine fossils, and wave-cut platforms, making it a paradise for both geologists and Drone and Phone fans.

Apart from its natural attractions, Tung Ping Chau is steeped in cultural history, with traditional temples, historical hamlets, and artifacts, testament to its past as a thriving fishing community. The island’s distinctive charm and scenic beauty have earned it a spot as one of Hong Kong’s Geoparks, providing visitors an immersive encounter with both nature and culture. It’s also our favorite island getaway in Hong Kong here on Drone and Phone.


Get to the start: There is a Kiato ferry from Ma Liu Shui Pier to Tung Ping Chau leaving at 9.30 AM on weekends and public holidays. The return ferry leaves at 5.15 PM only on weekends and public holidays.