Jin Island, also known as Tiu Chung Chau (literally translated as “Hanging Bell Island”), is located at the south of Kau Sai Chau, Sai Kung.
Eroded by waves, the headland at the southern part of the island was separated from the main rock and formed a sea stack called “Tiu Chung Rock” which is also called “Goldfish waves the tail” given its crooked shape. The erosion continues to create a 30 m high sea arch called “Tiu Chung Arch” which shape resembles a bell in temple.
Jin Island is not accessible by public transport. You may arrange your own vessel.
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