Main spot (Oct – May) is Shui Hau Wan, Lantau Island, google map link: here
Summer spot is Pui O Beach, Lautau Island, google map link: here
Detailed transportation tips please see the Directions page.
Main Spot – Shui Hau Wan, Lantau Island
Megaloop Kite School Hong Kong is based in Shui Hau Wan, Lantau Island, Hong Kong for its windy season (Oct – Mar).
Google Map click here.
– From Tung Chung
Take the MRT to reach Tung Chung MTR station, take exit D. From there you have two options:
1. Take Bus No. 11 （Tai O Direction) / 11A (Shek Pik Direction) / 23 (Ngong Ping Direction) cross the street at bus station Fu Tung Plaza and get off at Lower Wan Lung (下横巃). Approx 30 min bus ride.
2. Take a blue cab at the taxi station right outside of exit D and get off at the Shui Hau Football Pitch (水口湾足球场). Approx. 20 min ride.
– If you drive
Unfortunately unless you are a residence of Lantau Island, you will need to switch to bus/taxi at Shek Mun Kap – the furthest point you can drive to without a special permit.
Park your car at Shek Mun Kap, then take Bus No. 11 / 11A / 23 heading uphill at bus station Shek Mun Kap and get off at Lower Wan Lung (下横巃)
Summer Spot – Pui O Beach, Lan Tau Island
Google map link: here
After getting off the bus / taxi, proceed to the left-most end of the beach (‘left’ as in when you face the water).
– From Mui Wo
Get to Mui Wo Ferry by ferry (fast boat ~ 35 min / normal boat ~ 55 min) from Central No. 6 pier. Ferry schedule here.
From Mui Wo Bus Terminal just outside of the ferry pier, either take Bus No. 1 (Tai O direction) /2 (Ngong Ping direction) /3M (Tung Chung direction) and get off at Lo Uk Tsuen ‘罗屋村’ (the stop after Sun Wai Tsuen ‘新围村’), or take a taxi for a ~10min ride.
– From Tung Chung
Get to Tung Chung MTR station first, then from there either take Bus No. 3M (Muy Wo Ferry Pier direction) and get off at Lo Uk Village (~25 min ride), or take a taxi (~15min ride).
Taxi back to the city
You can always take the same bus of opposite direction to head back, but on a weekend afternoon (esp. Sunday / public holidays), expect the buses to be full and long waiting time for an available bus. In this situation, you might want to hail a taxi to get back.
A couple of operators, give them a ring and specify your pick-up and drop-off location, number of people, and if any big luggages. On a busy day you might need to add a tip ranging from HK$ 20 to sometimes north of $100…