Repulse Bay is one of Hong Kong’s largest beaches, and definitely one of its most popular. The Repulse Bay is famous with its golden-pebbled sand, palm trees and little seaside shops. Shops selling ice cream and floatation devices. Crowds flock to the area during the weekends.
Two largest statues can be found in the areas: Kuan Yin (Goddess of Mercy), symbolising love and kindness and Tin Hau (Queen of Heaven), protector of fishermen and seafarers. Statues like Buddha, celestial animals and various Gods are also located within the area. The Bridge of Longevity is worth crossing, as it extends your life by three days every time you cross it.
Accommodation is ranging from apartments to houses of all sizes, nearly all enjoying great sea views, are available in Repulse Bay.
The area has good transport links, excellent food shopping and some fine restaurants. Just 30 minutes by bus, 20-30 minutes by car to Central.
The Hong Kong International School (HKIS) and South Island School are located in this area.