Friday, June 4, 2021

Repulse Bay Luxury Beach That You Must Visit When Vacationing to Hong Kong



Hong Kong Island collects many beaches into a small amount of land. While the northern districts of Central and Western, Wan Chai and Eastern are full of steel and glass skyscrapers and towers of apartment blocks, the Southern district has bay after bay of beaches and calm waters for swimming and splashing with family and friends all year round. .

Whether you're diving for water sports, dining by the sea, or just looking for a patch of sand to choose from, the island's south coast has a beach for everyone. It stretches from southeast to southwest.

Repulse Bay Beach is Hong Kong's most luxurious beach, with serene coconut palm-lined sand and shallow waters ideal for families to splash around. The facilities are great, with changing and shower areas, a mall - The Pulse - overlooking the beach, as well as Limewood, Classified and Tai Sip Song casual eateries, as well as a seasonal weekend sunset beach club and plenty of smart lifestyle and kids boutiques.

Repulse Bay is located in the southern part of Hong Kong Island , east of Deep Water Bay and west of Middle Bay and South Bay . Middle Island is located off Hong Kong Island, between Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay.

The Repulse Bay area is one of the most expensive residential areas in Hong Kong. Tencent CEO Pony Ma bought a house there for US$57 million in 2014. [5] In 2018, the twin townhouses sold for HK$1 billion (US$127 million) or about $970,000 per square meter ($90,000/sq ft). [6] In 2018, Li Ka-shing, the richest man in Hong Kong, lives near Repulse Bay. [3]

The former Repulse Bay Hotel was demolished in two stages during the 1970s and 1980s. Later a boutique shopping center was built on part of the old hotel site to mimic some of the lost colonial architecture.

Emperor International Holdings Limited purchased Lido Mall in Repulse Bay and renamed it The Pulse, but due to its expansion to five floors and 13,300 m2 (143,000 sq ft), it is in negotiations with the government over land prices. On 15 May 2012, the Emperor announced an agreement with the government for a land premium of HK$798 million. The Emperor will lease The Pulse after receiving the occupation permit. The 13,300-square-meter (143,000-square-foot) five-story shopping mall will be rented out for HK$50 to HK$60 per square foot. The Pulse opened in 2016.

This crescent-shaped sand is one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong. The name Repulse Bay comes from a 19th century battle in which British soldiers refused to attack pirates. Today, Repulse Bay is a luxury residential area with wide, wave-lapped beaches popular with locals and visitors alike.

Repulse Bay is served by Repulse Bay Road , which connects Wong Nai Chung Gap Road and Tai Tam Road . It is very convenient for people to travel to Repulse Bay as there are many bus routes that reach the bay. Visitors can take bus no. 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 from Central, 63, 65 from Causeway Bay and North Point , or 73 from Cyberport and Aberdeen . Minibuses 40, 52 are also available for visitors traveling from Causeway Bay and Aberdeen. Transportation either goes through the Aberdeen Tunnel , or walks along a slightly longer scenic route.

Beachgoers can also choose to drive there. The beach provides several parking spaces, and the nearby Repulse Bay Hotel also has parking facilities.

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