Hong Kong Po Toi O
2012-12-28 Hillmors Sights Hong Kong 1822
Po Toi O is a small bay in the New Territories, Hong Kong. It is located in the southern part of the Clear Water Bay Peninsula, surrounded by mountains, with only a seaport in the north-west side, like a big bag opening mouth.
Just climbed up to the High Junk Peak (one of the three treacherous peaks in Hong Kong), and arrived the end of the tourist trails.
Right next to the end of Tai Au Mun Road, the door of Clear Water Bay Country Club
Walk along the concrete road in front the door, to take a look at the Tin Hau Temple in Joss House Bay
Tin Hau Temple in Joss House Bay is the oldest Tin Hau Temple in Hong Kong, a historic building in Hong Kong, was founded in the Southern Song (1266).
Po Toi O Village is very small, and if you want to stay longer, you can go to get something to eat in the local restaurants. There are two seafood restaurants in the village which are popular with tourists.
We returned to the entrance of the Po Toi O village, took the green minibus 16 lines and left Po Toi O.