Look at a map of Hong Kong, and in the northeast corner you should just see Tung Ping Chau – “East Flat Island”, the furthest-flung land in Hong Kong.
Peng Chau has echoes of old south China, with paths along coastlines and through farmland.
Just west of Cheung Chau, Shek Kwu Chau (石鼓洲) is one of the quirkier HK islands.
Sharp Island and its neighbours are most popular for swimming at beaches, and snorkelling over coral.
The Sokos are a tiny cluster of uninhabited islets south of west Lantau.
Lamma lies just west of Hong Kong Island, and offers a great contrast to the city.
Cheung Chau (長洲) looks tiny on a map yet boasts plenty to see and do in a day.
Po Toi (蒲台島) offers fine hiking, excellent coastal scenery, and is a bird migration hotspot.
Tung Ping Chau is set in the east of Mirs Bay.