Cheung Sha beach Hongkong in China
This page will tell you all about kitesurfing Cheung Sha beach Hongkong.
Hongkong has more to offer than only citylife. Cheung Sha beach proves that Hongkong has some nice long beaches. Escape the stressful life of the city and visit this top 10 beach. Cheung Sha beach is located on the south side of Lantau island, which makes it easy accessible from the international airport of Hongkong. It is famous as a windsurfing beach, but the popularity of kitesurfing is growing on this spot. There are many facilities on the beach for all kind of activities. There is even a shower to wash yourself after an awesome kitesurfing session. For more information about the location check out this website.
- Rating: 7
- Beginner friendly: Yes (be careful with the presence of other watersporters)
- Best wind directions: East, Southeast, South, Southwest
- Launch area: Sandy beach
- Water surface: Choppy, waves
- Type of water: Ocean
- Comments: Be aware of obstacles in the water like rocks, and the water can be polluted
Best time to visit for kitesurfing
The best months to visit this spot are:
October, November, December, January, February, March, April
Best places to go
Places to sleep
There is a campsite located by the beach which is called Palm Beach. They offer different options for sleeping and they even rent stand up paddle boards. Don’t hesitate and book your stay on the website of Palm Beach HK.
Places to eat
You haven’t been at Cheung Sha beach if you didn’t eat at The Stoep. This Mediterranean/ African outdoor styled restaurant is the perfect place to end your day. Click here for reviews about this restaurant.
Places to visit in the area (after kitesurfing Cheung Sha beach Hongkong)
Enough things to do when you visit Cheung Sha beach Hongkong. Don’t hesitate and go for a:
- Hike in the Lantau South Country Park
- Sea kayak, skimboard, wakeboard or even a wavesurf session
- Visit Pui O beach
- Citytrip to Hongkong and have drink at one of the skybars
How to get there?
Enjoy your time kitesurfing Cheung Sha beach Hongkong!