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Can I take my bike on the Yung Shue Wan ferry on Holidays?

4 years 10 months ago #3389 by Bike2
The ferry website says that only small "freight" can be carried on Sunday's and public holidays. What the hell is small freight?

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4 years 10 months ago #3390 by Pk101
Dont sweat it dude, they just dont want people moving house or the like.

You and your bike are fine. Just get to the freight booth and pay up. Tie your bike up once on the ferry and ENJOY!

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4 years 9 months ago #3412 by econbus
I am planning to ride Chi Ma Wan on Lantau. It appears that bikes can only be taken on the slow ferries, which are rather infrequent. Can someone confirm that is the case?

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4 years 9 months ago #3416 by YW-Slayer
In my experience, and sadly, yes.

You could always consider taking a ferry to DB (super-fast and very bike-friendly) and then the ferry from there to CMW, but that's probably more bother than it's worth.

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4 years 9 months ago #3417 by JaspHK
Or...

MTR to Tung Chung - service road to Olympic Trail - Olympic Trail to Mui Wo - Mui Wo to CMW - CMW to Pui O - Pui O (up and over The Beast) back to Tung Chung... :woohoo:

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4 years 9 months ago #3418 by YW-Slayer
Psshhh, just RIDE to Tung Chung (preferably starting from the north-eastern most village in Wan Tsai in Sai Kung) THEN do what you suggested. Or if you're on HK island, start from Tai Tam.

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