Cheung Chau is located about 10 kilometers south of Hong Kong Island. The population of Yanxi is about 40,000. It is the most densely populated cliff in the outlying islands. For example, Cheung Chau is also one of the famous tourist attractions in Hong Kong. There are rare scenic spots, Cheung Po Tsai Cave, Pak Tai Temple and Cheung Chau Rocks. On the shore of the ferry terminal, seafood stands unscrupulously. In addition, Cheung Chau Kee will hold a big Taiping Qingjiao every time. This event is Cheung Chau's largest traditional program, and every time there will be subtle details to visit. Cheung Chau has no land public transportation to the interior, and the basic development is fairly complete. In addition to the police station, fire and hospital basic equipment bureaus, there are also infrastructure such as schools, public housing estates and complex buildings.
There are many barrier-free facilities on Cheung Chau Island, including ramps, passages, and accessible toilets, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility. There are many ramps on the island’s passages for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility, but some scenic spots, such as Cheung Po Tsai Cave and more remote country trails, have narrow and steep passages.
Cheung Chau is an outlying island area. It is better for wheelchair users to go with friends.
Address : Peak Road (No.1)
- The entrances and exits of Central Pier No. 5 and Cheung Chau Pier are flat roads, suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons
- The entrance and exit of the pier need to go through the turnstile, wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility can ask the staff to assist in opening special passages
- The streets near Cheung Chau Pier are flat and wide
- The passages between residential houses, shops and restaurants on Cheung Chau Island are mainly flat roads. The passages are wide and suitable for people with wheelchair/mobility. However, there are more tourists during holidays and wheelchair users need to pay attention.
- A few store entrances and exits have stairs
- There are many ramps in the passages of various attractions on the island for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- Some scenic spots, such as Cheung Po Tsai Cave and more remote countryside trails, have narrow and steep passages and many stairs. People with wheelchairs/handicapped persons are not recommended to go alone
- There are multiple accessible toilets on Cheung Chau Island, which are distributed throughout the island. You can find the relevant locations according to the map and signs on the island