The SpaceOur property is located in Tai O on Lantau Island, Hong Kong's largest and most unspoiled outlying island. Lantau is an off-track destination for those who look to escape to an alternative Hong Kong. Tai O itself is a charming, traditional fishing village. We offer a comfortable home away from home so that guests can have time to explore and appreciate the crude beauty which is not possible to be found in downtown Hong Kong.
Tai O villagers still lead a simple life. Unlike the urban fellow citizens, folks here are used to getting up very early and enjoy morning tea in the convivial atmosphere of local teahouses or “cha chaan teng”. Local restaurants serve the last call around 8 pm and are usually closed by 9 pm. Late night dining is only possible in a handful of small eateries. There are no chain supermarkets, convenient stores and fast food joints. Visitors will truly enjoy tranquility here though some conveniences have to be compromised. No vehicles are allowed beyond the parking area/ bus terminus/ taxi stand. Visitors have to come on foot. We are only 5 minutes’ walk from there. If you have bulky luggage, please let the host know beforehand.
The spacious room is devised essentially for couples. It is located on the top floor, with a balcony facing Tai Chung, the main waterway of Tai O.
Warm and cool air-conditioning, one double bed sized 158cmx190cm, one chaise longue, 32” LCD television set, DVD player,
Ensuite bathroom, Japanese onsan-styled tub, pressure showerhead, hairdryer and bathroom amenities
Room size: 350 sq.ft. approximately
Balcony size: 64 sq.ft. Getting AroundTai O is situated on the western side of Lantau Island, the largest island within Hong Kong territory. The airport is located to the north of Lantau and Tung Chung is a transportation hub. If you want to get to the city area from Tai O, you have to go to Tung Chung for fast connection by metro (MTR), or go towards east of the island to Mui Wo, where you can catch a ferry to Central. By public transport, bus number 11 connects Tai o to Tung Chung, and bus number 1 to Mui Wo.
From the Hong Kong International Airport, if you wish to use public transport to come to Tai O, you should get on S1 to go to Tung Chung Citygate
And then you have to change to the New Lantau Bus No.11.
The following are a few links to help you plan your journeys:
Ferry between Central and Mui Wo:
Buses on Lantau Island:
The metro, or MTR, is convenient and services are reliable. It connects Lantau Island to Kowloon and Central on HK Island:
Fortune Ferry Company Ltd operates ferry services between Tai O and Tuen Mun, with stop-overs at Sha Lo Wan and Tung Chung
The Tung Chung New Development pier is where the ferry makes the stop at Tung Chung. It is at a distance from the MTR terminus:
From HK Macau Ferry Terminal to Tai O:
When you arrive at the HK Macau Ferry Terminal, go to the Sheung Wan MTR station underneath Shun Tak Centre. Travel one stop along Island line to Central station. There, walk across to Hong Kong Station (they are connected and you don't have to exit the gate). At Hong Kong station, travel along Tung Chung line to Tung Chung terminus. Go through exit B. Walk across the fountain square and you'll come to a bus terminal on the other side of Citygate. Take bus no.11, destination Tai O. Travel for 45 minutes and you'll arrive at the Tai O bus terminus.