Repulse Bay is a well-known tourist spot in Hong Kong, and it is also a noble residential area. The meniscus-shaped Repulse Bay, with wide beach beds, fine water and fine sand, calm waves, is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong, attracting many tourists and Hong Kong citizens. Early morning is an ideal time to stroll on the beach and enjoy sunbathing. When the sun sets, it is a good time to watch the sunset and enjoy peace and tranquility.
Apart from swimming and walking, there are many places worth visiting near Repulse Bay. The Hong Kong Life Saving Society on the east side of the beach is a traditional Chinese building with flying dragon decoration on the roof; in the Zhenhailou Park on the beach, there are more than ten meters high statues of Mazu Goddess, Avalokitesvara, and Changshou Bridge.
There are a number of barrier-free facilities, including ramps for entrances and exits, passages, unobstructed accessible toilets/showers, and parking spaces for the handicapped. Local passages are designed to be wide, and most uneven places are equipped with ramps. The ramp is relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
Take Bus No. 6, 6A, 6X, 66, 260 at the Exchange Square Bus Terminal in Central. Please get off at Regency Road Station and turn to Beach Road towards Repulse Bay.
Wheelchair users, please get off the car at Regency Road Station and turn to Beach Road towards Repulse Bay for about 10-15 minutes. Because of the narrow road surface on the beach and the slope, wheelchair friends should be especially careful. It is best to go with your escort.
- Near the entrance of Repulse Bay Road, there are stairs going down to Repulse Bay. The place is not suitable for wheelchair/handicapped people. People with disabilities can turn from Repulse Bay Road to Beach Road to Repulse Bay.
- There is a ramp beside the main entrance of Beach Road
- Most places are designed with wide passageways, which are generally suitable for wheelchairs/handicapped persons to enter and exit
- There are stairs in a small number of places, and ramps are set up and down
- Slope is relatively flat, wheelchairs/persons with reduced mobility can easily get on and off
- Repulse Bay has multiple accessible toilets scattered around the beach
- Repulse Bay Beach parking lot has special parking spaces for the disabled