Hong Kong's Outlying Islands are a generic label for the other 234 islands, islets and rocks in the territory. For tourists, the most popular islands include: Hong Kong's islands have been and to some extent continue to be Hong Kong's hinterland, home to rustic fishing villages battered by the occasional typhoon, monasteries run by hardscrabble monks and little else.
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In Outlying Islands
Lamma Island, also known as Pok Liu Chau or simply Pok Liu, is the third largest island in Hong Kong.
Cheung Chau is in the Outlying Islands of Hong Kong. A small island near Lantau that used to be a pirates' den but now houses mostly windsurfers and sunbathing day trippers.
Peng Chau is in the Outlying Islands of Hong Kong. Peng Chau has a reputation for being dull and lacking in tourist attractions.