Cheung Chau: A World Away
A ferry ride away from Hong Kong’s congestion is the fishing village of Cheung Chau. As soon as you step off the boat, you feel it. The slower, gentler pace of life is almost palpable. Here’s just a taste of what you’ll see in our story titled, Emerald Harbor.
Cheung Chau’s main street is filled with cyclists and pedestrians. There are no cars to be found on this 2.5 square mile island except for a couple of emergency vehicles. It’s amazing how this one aspect can make you feel as if you're a world away from Hong Kong's constant frenzy.
Learn more about this and other islands in our book Impressions of Hong Kong and Macau. Every story in each of our books gives a modern twist to the familiar phrase, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” These stories are each just 1,000 characters long and features an original photograph.
Come along on a visual storytelling journey to two of the world’s most incredible cities and discover what they're really like even before you book your ticket. Whether you plan to visit this corner of the world or simply experience it vicariously, Impressions of Hong Kong and Macau will provide what few travel books do. It will give you a real sense of place.
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