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香港2,819 条分享
Good place for hikers, surfers, swimmers
2021年11月 • 好友
I came here via a short easy scenic hike from Siu Sai Wan. The last part of our hike was the descent to Big Wave Bay. It was really scenic and beautiful to see the ocean and the bay together with surfers trying to catch a wave. The sand in the beach was very nice and the beach was not crowded on a weekday. There were less than 15 surfers and swimmers. It’s not a huge bay but it’s good enough. There are a few local cafes and sundry shops open. There’s taxis and buses to take you to the city.
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香港139,004 条分享
Popular beach for surfers on the eastern side of HK Island
Big Wave Bay is on the Eastern side of Hong Kong Island. The beach here is popular with surfers who take advantage of the larger waves found here compared to the majority of beaches around the city.

The sand quality is pretty good so you can expect to see swimmers and sunbathers as well, especially on weekends and during summer months. Do note that beyond the surfers, Big Wave Bay beach is noticeably less crowded than the larger Shek O beach a couple of kilometres south.

There are basic beach facilities including public toilets, changing rooms, BBQ spots and a few cafes, shops and convenient stores in the area. There is also an important ancient rock carving just past the Lifeguard Station 2 that is estimated to be around 3000 years old. It is worth having a look when visiting Big Wave Bay.

To visit Big Wave Bay Beach, you can take Bus 9 from Shau Kei Wan bus terminus just outside the MTR Station. Buses go to Shek O but some make calls at Big Wave Bay as well. Do check before boarding. You can also take the red minibus (van) between Shau Kei Wan to Shek O, which all make the detour up to Big Wave Bay.

Alternatively, you can hike into the Big Wave Bay Beach area by way of trails leaving from the Chai Wan and Siu Sai Wan area like the Leaping Dragon Trail. You can also combine a visit here with the famous Dragon's Back hike nearby in the Shek O Country Park.
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英国4,944 条分享
Don't Expect Monster Waves
Firstly, don't be lured here by the prospect of monster waves. They are just not that big. It is however a lovely beach with a modest swell and a nice, clean stretch of fine sand. It’s a picturesque spot, lodged between mountains and rocky outcrops.
If you only have a few days in Hong Kong, then you will be too busy seeing the main sights to venture out here. However if you have longer, then combining Big Wave Bay and the popular Dragon's Back Hiking Trail is a brilliant thing to do.
If you do the extended Dragon’s Back Trail (8km), then you will end up here at Big Wave Bay, where you can finish off by jumping in the ocean. It is a great day out and a perfect way to see a whole other side of Hong Kong that most tourists don't get to see.
Probably the nicest thing about this beach is that it is less crowded and less commercial than the popular, nearby Shek O beach. Although there are fewer facilities and places to eat, it still has lifeguards, change-rooms, umbrella and surfboard hire and a couple of small local eateries like Eric’s Kitchen on the water.
It also has one very curious feature – a number of prehistoric rock carvings. Follow the path around the headland, past the lighthouse, and down near the water to find a collection of squiggly, geometric Bronze Age carvings. They were only discovered in 1970 but have been here anywhere from around 3000 years ago.
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英国伦敦7,359 条分享
Great beach not just for surfers
2020年4月 • 独自旅游
I ended up here after the long walk from the start of the Dragoon’s Back back in Tei Wan. It was a welcome point to reach after the long rocky walk along the Back of the Dragon. Lovely to dip your feet in the cool South China Sea. The sand is very fine here so would be great for building sand castles. There were some big waves here and lots of surfers. A great beach for everyone. Be careful your kids don’t get dragged out in the currents though as they are strong. Good shower facilities here too.

Number 9 bus goes back to the MTR at Shau Kei Wan and a couple of local mini buses too which are closer and will cost 10HKD
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澳大利亚布里斯班11,972 条分享
No Big Waves
To discover Big Wave Bay is like finding another world so removed from the crazy busy Hong Kong streets, it was a delightful change of scenery. We had just finished hiking along Dragon's Back, it was so nice to arrive at the beach with white sand, but no big waves. By the beach was a kiosk/cafe selling cold drinks and simple meals and snacks, we chose to wander back up the road to a small collection of stores for a refreshing ale. The bus stop and car park for the bay is located a further five minute walk up from the beach.
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Cheryl T
香港53 条分享
2019年12月 • 夫妻情侣
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Jiraporn K.
泰国曼谷34 条分享
Hongkong Hidden Gems.
2019年10月 • 好友
Big Wave Bay
จุดนี้เป็นจุดเล่นเซริฟ์บอร์ด เบาๆเกร๋ๆที่สายฝ.และชาวฮ่องกงมานอนอาบแดด หรือฝึกเล่นกระดานโต้คลื่นกัน บ้างก็พาลูก​หลานมาเล่นชายหาด เป็นจุดพักผ่อนสบายๆของคนที่นี่
1.นั่งบัสสาย9 หรือมินิบัสเอกชนสีแดง 12 HKD มาจาก MTR​- Shau Kei Wan, Exit A
(MTR Hau kei wan, Exit A--take a bus no. 9 or red minibus route Shek-O)
2.สายโหดที่เรามา trek&trail​ from dragon's back เดินลงเขามาเรื่อยๆ รวมๆจากจุดเริ่มเทรคถึงสุดทางน่าจะราวๆ 5 ชม.เรารวมเวลานั่งพัก ถ่ายรูปวิวทิวทัศน์​แล้วนะคะ
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2019年8月 • 夫妻情侣
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香港46 条分享
2018年11月 • 独自旅游
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Sara M
香港177 条分享
2019年2月 • 好友
當天與三五友人行上龍脊, 坐巴士從筲箕灣出發, 到土地灣下車, 隨隨沿路上山, 沿山頂道路步行到大浪灣, 沿途拍了不少照片, 在沙灘休息一會後就到旁邊的店舖吃午餐, 可能又累又餓, 一輪沖風地把食物吃完, 就開心回程。
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