A pleasurable, easy outing is to take a 20-minute ferry ride from my home to the island of Peng Chau. Peng Chau is under one square kilometer and was formerly a hub for small industry. Today, it is a sleepy fishing community.
No cars are permitted on Peng Chau so it’s a peaceful place to get away from the hustle and bustle of most of Hong Kong.
Tin Hau Temple, with over two hundred years of history, is located close to the ferry terminal.
The island is mainly inhabited by retirees but there also exists a community of artist and musicians.
My Secret Garden of Peng Chau is located in a three-story historical building, which functioned as a leather factory, and the area around it. In recent history, it has been revitalized into an art garden, space for artists to create and gardeners to grow.
He’s called the “doorman.”
Peng Chau is always a relaxing place to slow down, relax, and breathe.
This post is inspired by Thursday Doors, created by Norm Frampton. For more doors from all around the globe, check it out.