Cheung Chau is one of the famous tourist attractions in Hong Kong. There are many tourist attractions, such as Cheung Po Tsai Cave, Cheung Chau Pak Tai Temple and Cheung Chau Rock Carvings. There are many seafood restaurants along the ferry terminal. In addition, Cheung Chau holds a grand Taiping Qingjiao every year. This event is Cheung Chau's largest traditional program and attracts a large number of people to visit each time. There are many youth hostels, holiday houses, and hotels on the island.
There are a few barrier-free facilities at Cheung Chau Pier. The only difference is that the entrance is flat and wide. There are ramps on uneven places. The ramps are steep and wheelchair users have difficulty in getting on and off and need assistance.
There are only a few barrier-free facilities at Cheung Chau Pier, so wheelchair users should pay special attention.
- The main entrance and exit of Cheung Chau Pier is located at Jia Lok Path. The entrance and exit are flat and wide, which is very suitable for wheelchair users.
- The passageway design in most parts of the pier is still wide, and it is generally suitable for wheelchair users to enter and exit
- Most uneven places are equipped with ramps. The ramps are relatively steep, making it difficult for wheelchair users to get on and off and need assistance
- There is no accessible toilet at the pier