About Shui Hau Wan, Hong Kong
Shui Hau Wan Beach is a lovely bay on the south coast of Lantau Island in Hong Kong, surrounded by the South China Sea.
The winds blow predominantly from the east, but sometimes south or northeasterly cross to cross-onshore. The best time to visit to catch the windy season is from March to June, although November sees some good wind too.
Its shallow, flat-to-choppy waters make this spot perfect for beginners wishing to learn how to kitesurf. The sea is nice and warm in the summer months, although a wetsuit is certainly needed in the winter.
Traveling to Shui Hau Wan, Hong Kong
Hong Kong International Airport is located on Chek Lap Kok Island, off the north coast of Lantau, close to Tung Chung. From Tung Chung, you have a good choice of buses and taxis. Head towards Tai O and ask to dropped off at the Shui Hau Football Pitch, just a minute’s walk from the beach.
Facilities At Shui Hau Wan, Hong Kong
The beach itself has no facilities, so you will need to take everything with you, including food and drink.
For more information contact Kite 2 High
, which runs a kitesurf shop and offers IKO tuition in the area.