Sok Kwu Wan is located on the east coast of Lamma Island. There are many seafood restaurants nearby. Among them, the "Rainbow Seafood Restaurant", which has won the "Greatest Gourmet Award", is a hot spot for seafood cuisine. There is also a 150-year-old Tin Hau Temple nearby. It only takes half an hour to take a ferry from Central to Sok Kwu Wan. If you are not afraid of the long journey, you can even travel to and from Yung Shue Wan along the Family Path on Lamma Island.
Sok Kwu Wan only has a small number of barrier-free facilities, including accessible toilets. The passages on Sok Kwu Wan First Street are generally flat and wide, and are designed to suit the needs of wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility. Some attractions, such as the entrance and exit of Tin Hau Temple, have stairs. There are no ramp entrances and exits nearby. Wheelchair users need to pay attention.
Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island, only the streets near the pier are flat and wide. People with wheelchairs in other places should pay special attention.
Address : Lamma Island, Hong Kong
- Central Pier No. 4 can take a ferry to Sok Kwu Wan, the vicinity of the pier and the entrance and exit are generally wide and flat
- The passage at Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier is generally flat and wide, suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons.
- Leaving Sok Kwu Wan Pier to the left, there are gardens and playgrounds. Most of the passages along the road are designed to be wide and suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped people
- Sok Kwu Wan Pier to the right is Sok Kwu Wan First Street. The street is generally wide and suitable for wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility
- There are many shops and seafood restaurants on both sides of the street, and some of the shops have narrow internal spaces
- Along Sok Kwu Wan First Street to the end is the passage to Thean Hau Temple, the passage is generally wide and flat
- There are stairs at the entrance and exit of Tin Hau Temple, wheelchair users need to pay attention
- Some of the family paths to Hung Shing Yeh Bay and Yung Shue Wan are narrow and steep. People with wheelchairs/handicapped are not recommended to go alone
- There are accessible toilets not far from Sok Kwu Wan Pier