Kamikaze Cave

The Kamikaze Cave (CN: 神風洞), on Lamma Island, is a series of tunnels that are believed to have been made by Japanese soldiers during WWII. Here, the Japanese soldiers would hide and launch surprise kamikaze attacks on allied forces.

Nearby Attractions

  • Lo So Shing Sitting-Out Area – peaceful views over the bay
  • Tin Hau Temple (天后宮)

Getting to Lamma Island

Head to Central Pier 4 and catch the ferry to either Yung Shue Wan and Sok Kwu Wan. The ferry ride takes around 20 min and costs between HK$17.80 and HK$24 with departures every 30 min, see the ferry timetable.

Staying on Lamma Island

Bali Holiday Resort – Located by Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier with ocean views, the accommodations is air conditioned and is fitted with a flat-screen TV. A microwave and kettle are also offered. Some units also have a kitchenette, fitted with a refrigerator and stovetop. Every unit features a private bathroom with free toiletries.

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  • Website: www.islandsdc.org.hk
  • EN Address: Sok Kwu Wan, Lamma Island, Outlying Islands
  • Getting There: Walk from Sok Kwu Wan Ferry Pier 2, across Sok Kwu Wan Main Street, then take the Family Trail towards Yung Shue Wan and walk for about 15 minutes.

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