Turtle Cove Beach

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Turtle Cove Beach
This small cove, also known as Sham Wan, is nestled in greenery at the foot of a bluff, and off the radar for most. Because it's crowd-free, it’s a great place to get away from it all for a few hours. There are no food or drink stalls, so bring your own. The beach is the last known nesting place for Hong Kong’s endangered green turtles, so it's closed between June and October to protect the creatures. To get there, take a junk boat from the Aberdeen Waterfront or the MTR train to Sai Wan Ho, then Bus 14. Get off just after the Tai Tam Reservoir and follow the steep steps that lead down the secluded beach.
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