Palm Beach Teepee Village Located on the sea front of the south side of Lantau Island where the stars are fantastic and the air is cleaner and fresher. Try the real wild camp experience with our native American Indian Teepees, reserve for our outdoor bbq stoves and bonfire pit to make a real bonfire night for all.
We offer adventure-style accommodation for families, schools, companies, tours, and international travellers. A spot in a concrete jungle that can truly sit back, relax, and just appreciate what nature have given us.
Besides, our main focus is on watersports and we wanted to offer the best options for those who loves being on the ocean. With qualified instructors, along with quality gear and facilities, Palm Beach creates exciting yet safe programs and activities for surfing, windsurfing, skimboarding, kayaking for all age groups.
You can get there via Tung Chung or Mui Wo, Lantau:
Via Tung Chung-
You can drive or take either the MTR Tung Chung line or any "E" line buses to Tung Chung, then take on the New Lantau Bus No. 11, 23 or A35 at the Tung Chung Bus Terminus (next to the MTR station). Get off at Butterfly Crest bus stop at Cheung Sha. These buses take approx. 20-25 mins.
Via Mui Wo-
By ferry at Outlying Ferry Pier No. 6, Central to Mui Wo - approx. 30 mins. by fast ferry and approx. 1 hour by ordinary ferry. Then get on New Lantau Bus No. 1, 2, 4 or A35, and get off at Butterfly Crest bus stop at Cheung Sha. These buses take approx. 20 mins.
A different experience for sure. Although I have camped many times, I probably wouldn't return, as the venue is used to entertain nearby expat residents who enjoy a drink or 3. On top of this other noisy campers were happy to sing loudly around a camp fire until 3AM - resulting in us getting 4 hours sleep. The site owners did nothing to stop them, despite being asked - they just went home and left us to deal with the noise on our own!
On the positive side, the junior staff were helpful and friendly and the site is in a great location next to the beach. The Teepees are quite large and seemed well looked after.
I would not return with young children as this place is more suited to the 18-30yrs single traveller market who have a very different agenda. Had I have been staying with my family on this occasion I would have called a taxi and left because of the loud noise with alcohol fueled abusive language.