Hong Kong is more than just a concrete jungle famous for its dining experiences and being a shopping paradise. Its natural landscapes and scenery are undoubtedly always worth a visit. And, a perfect way to experience the natural beauty of Hong Kong is through camping.
Camping in Hong Kong is always fun with friends and family, allowing for bonding time as well as being the ideal getaway for the weekend. But, the best part is that it can also be done in different ways depending on the experience you’re looking for.
You can choose to set up tents in the numerous Hong Kong camping sites and country parks or you may book a room or a bungalow in the Holiday Camps. More recently, however, a trendier way to camp has been growing in popularity – glamping – which essentially just involves living in big tents with all necessary facilities, making the experience a little more fancy and fun.
Here are some of the best glamping sites in Hong Kong for your countryside getaway where you won’t have to sacrifice comfort and amenities.
Park Nature is a serene glamping site in Hong Kong showcasing the far-reaching panoramic views of Yuen Long. It allows campers to connect with nature and forget all the stress from their daily lives.
Instead of tents, Park Nature’s accommodation includes seven luxury caravans of varying themes including a Moroccan-themed caravan as well as one with a modern, minimalist style. Some caravans are also pet-friendly, allowing you to bring your furry friends to an unforgettable getaway.
The interior of the caravans include furniture and appliances with a touch of deluxe design – beautiful wooden interiors, large windows to stargaze at night and comfortable bedding to make the experience more relaxing. This is certainly some of the swankiest camping in Hong Kong.
Park Nature also organizes activities for campers like an enticing mountain biking experience, a calm walk to Nam Sang Wai Wetland, a hike up the Kai Keung Leng trail to enjoy the picturesque scenery of the New Territories and even farming at a nearby farm. If you want to host a special event like a wedding, a proposal or even a party, Park Nature has got you covered with their special event planning services that will make your day even more beautiful and magical.
Address: Fung Kat Heung, Yuen Long
Long Coast Seasports
Want to go camping in Hong Kong and squeeze in some water sports during your stay? Long Coast Seasports is a beachfront resort camping site where water sports fanatics will feel right in their element. This glamping site offers safari tents and caravans for you to spend the night in. The safari tent and the caravan packages include breakfast, beddings and shower facilities. For just a bit extra, you can even include a barbecue dinner.
The highlight of this glamping site are the water sports activities offered, including kayaking, stand-up paddling, surfing, skimboarding, kiteboarding and more. Private lessons are also offered to beginners. For big groups or teams, Long Coast Seasports also organizes fun team building activities, so you do not have to worry about planning them yourself.
Addresses: 29 Lower Cheung Sha Village, Lantau Island and 39 Ham Tin Kau Tsuen, Pui O, Lantau
Located near the Pui O Beach on Lantau Island, Galaxy Garden is a tranquil glamping site allowing you to fall asleep while stargazing through their transparent tents. In Galaxy Garden, you are provided with different sized bubble tents depending on the number of people in your group. Each bubble tent is occupied with a bed, outdoor benches and table set with a patio umbrella to keep the sun and rain away, air conditioning for the summers and a heater for the winters.
If you are thinking of bringing your laptop and other devices, you are provided with ample USB charging spots, Wi-Fi and a Bluetooth speaker system – enough to light up the glamping party with music or movies.
As the name suggests, there is also a galaxy garden near the campsite where you can relax and enjoy nature’s beauty or barbecue with loved ones. And, if you’re feeling up for it, you can visit the Pui O beach and take a refreshing dip into the sea.
Address: No. 48, Niu Ao Yuan, Pui O, Lantau Island, Islands District, New Territories
Saiyuen Camping and Adventure Park
If you are going to Cheung Chau and are looking for more than just a day trip or swimming at the beach, then you should book a spot at Saiyuen Camping and Adventure Park.
With its 11-acres, this glamping site offers a wide variety of tents to stay in. For example, the dome-shaped Sunset Vista tent or the African Safari Tent, which gives you the feeling of the wilderness. There’s also the Native American Teepee, inspired by the homes of Indigenous peoples and the Stargazing Geodesic Dome, which lets you sleep under the stars.
Aside from accommodations, this glamping site also has an adventure park offering all sorts of fun and exhilarating activities including Bubble Soccer, a tree top canopy walk, an egg waffle workshop and an African drum performance.
Address: Saiyuen Camping and Adventure Park, DD CC Lot 12, Chung Chau
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