Cover These Hong Kong luxury glamping sites allow us to explore the outdoors in style without having to sacrifice creature comforts (Photo: @samishome/Instagram)

Escape the bustle of the city and reconnect with nature at these beautiful Hong Kong glamping spots

Find yourself returning to the same attractions and places week after week? If you think Hong Kong is just a dynamic concrete jungle for you to explore its shopping, dining and nightlife scenes, you may need to think again. The natural wonders of the city are just as fascinating, and you haven’t seen the best of Hong Kong until you have explored the great outdoors through hiking, trying exciting water sports, and of course, camping.  
 
Aside from appreciating the beauty of nature, camping also offers a perfect opportunity to get away from it all and spend some quality time with your loved ones. With the temperature (finally) dropping in Hong Kong, we’ve compiled a list of the best, most beautiful glamping sites to visit in the city for a memorable holiday break. Forget tins of baked beans around the fire—camping these days is a much more glamourous affair.  

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Welcome Beach

Many people only visit Lantau Island for the Big Buddha, but only a few know that there’s glamping site—Welcome Beach—located on the island, where you can spend a night or two with your loved ones inside one of the luxurious caravans for a truly unforgettable getaway.  
 
All of the caravans at Welcome Beach are well equipped with air-conditioning, a mini-fridge, open kitchen and Wi-Fi access. Spend your day at the beautiful Cheung Sha Beach nearby and make the most of the good weather by enjoying a cooling swim or water sports. As night falls, head back to the caravan and indulge in an outdoor barbeque feast. The site stocks barbeque packs, a selection of drinks and snacks available for purchase, and you can also bring your own food and ingredients to make your own food there.  

Discover more at welcomebeach.com

Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park

Gone are the days when camping was only about pitching a tent, and witnessing the sunset on top of a mountain. Located on the southwestern tip of Cheung Chau Island, Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park is the place for glampers who have a thirst for thrills, priding itself on offering a wide range of outdoor activities including bubble soccer, archery, treetop canopy walk and rock climbing.

If your friends aren’t that outdoorsy, worry not, the site also hosts a number of fun workshops that teach guests how to play djembe and make bubble waffles or mosaic coasters. Oh, and did we mention that there’s also a spacious goat pen where you can feed and play with the goats?  
 
The site houses a range of uniquely themed, well-appointed accommodations, such as the African Safari Tent, Mongolian Ger, and Star Gazing Geodesic Dome—each equipped with air conditioning, mosquito screens, indoor lighting and even a private bathroom with hot and cold showers to ensure your stay is as pleasant and comfortable as possible. 

Discover more at saiyuen.com

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Long Coast Seasports

Water sports enthusiasts and beach lovers, this one’s for you. Situated at Lower Cheung Sha Village on Lantau Island, Long Coast Seasports is more than just a water sports centre that offers a variety of surfing and wakeboarding lessons. It’s a picturesque beachside camping destination to visit for a distinct holiday experience amidst unspoiled nature.  
 
The site features two types of accommodations, namely Safari tents and caravans, which come with air-conditioning, shower facilities and deluxe camping mattresses to keep the glampers toasty through the night. What’s more, the campsite also offers an overnight stay package that includes breakfast, water sports equipment rental and access to other facilities such as snooker table, trampoline and playground for the kids.

After a long day exploring the great outdoors, treat yourself to a barbeque dinner under the stars. If you’re yearning for a beachside dining experience, don’t forget to check out those laidback restaurants and bars located along the Cheung Sha Beach.  

Discover more at long coast.hk

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Park Nature

Park Nature is a peaceful oasis that boasts the beauty of Yuen Long’s natural landscape and stylish caravans, where you can forget the busyness of life and reconnect with nature without having to sacrifice creature comforts. From a wooded cabin to the stylish pet-friendly caravan, each type of accommodation offered here has its own appeal, but it’s the deluxe stargazing caravan that steals the show, which features beautiful wooden interiors, comfortable beddings, showers and a large window that allows guests to sleep beneath the stars for a magical experience.

The site is also located very close to the Kai Kung Leng hiking trail, Nam Sang Wai and Hong Kong Wetland Park, offering outdoor enthusiasts plenty of opportunities to enjoy the beautiful outdoors around during their stay. If you’re feeling peckish after a day of exploring, there’s a private barbeque area where you cook up a grilling feast. Alternatively, you can treat yourself to a hearty Thai feast at their very own restaurant, Thai Cow. 

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JK Club

Nestled amidst some of the most spectacular countryside areas in Hong Kong such as Tai O and Mui Wo, JK Club at Pui O is a well-liked camping site that offers a quintessential caravan-glamping experience for people to unwind from the hectic city life. 
 
JK Club has four sizes of caravans available for groups of all sizes from two to six people. With all the essential facilities such as power sockets, Bluetooth sound system, beddings, air conditioning and showers provided, this place is ideal for a romantic getaway, or a fun summer holiday with families and friends.  

There's no shortage of activities to do, as the campsite is in close proximity to the hiking trails at Lantau Peak and the beautiful Pui O Beach. There's also an organic farm where you can pick your own strawberries and play with the goats. The best part? JK Club is pet-friendly and you can bring along your furry friends on your vacation—just be sure to keep them away from the caravan interiors.  

Discover more at jkclub.com.hk


This article was originally published on May 18, 2020 and was updated on October 19, 2021.

 

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