Boao, China: Nice Wind and Great Seafood

After coming back from a week-long kitesurfing trip to Hua Hin in late March, I had been craving for more kitesurf getaways since the weather in Hong Kong had been miserably humid and rainy. Until some experienced kitesurfers told me that it is Boao’s windy season now so that I checked it up on windguru: Boao, or Bo’ao, is best known…

Shui Hau Wan, Hong Kong: A Beach HK Kitesurfers Can’t Live Without

Shui Hau Wan, or Shui Hau Beach, is a beach almost exclusively for the city’s kitesurfers to gather when east wind prevails every year from October to February. The beach is fun sized: its widest measurement is shy of 1 kilometer. However, you’ll be amazed to see how many kites this small beach can fit. Because of its flat water…

Shuangyue Wan, China: Kitesurf Hidden Gem

Every summer, when easterly recedes and southwesterly picks up, kitesurfers in Hong Kong had to retreat from Shui Hau Wan but they are left with very limited options: fun-sized Pui O Beach and rubbish-covered Lung Kwu Tan. Added with underwhelming wind condition that seldom goes above 15 knots, taking a short getaway to one of multitude of beaches along the southeastern…