Love sleeping under the stars, but hate roughing it? Forget camping, you need a glamping getaway! Hong Kong has several glamping options, from bohemian bell tents on Lantau to air-conditioned inflatable mushrooms in Yuen Long. Check out our fave glamping sites to set up camp away from the city.
Spread out over 11 acres of farmland on Cheung Chau, Sai Yuen Farm has ample room, activities (bubble waffle-making workshop, anyone?) and amenities to keep anyone happy. Choose from a range of Hong Kong glamping accommodation styles, such as African Safari Tent, Native American Teepee, Mongolian Ger or a Geodesic Dome, where you can star gaze until you fall asleep.
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Embrace your inner bohemian with a night spent at this shabby chic glamping accommodation. Spacious bell tents come with beds, pillows, blankets, and lighting, with hot showers and cooking facilities on hand. Feel free to glam up your tent with your own personal touch like fairy lights if you wish. At least one person in your party needs to be a YHA member, but the application process is straightforward and not age-based. YHA also has campsites in Pok Fu Lam, Tsuen Wan and Sai Kung.
Caravans are the main attraction at this Lantau beachfront campsite (besides stunning Cheung Sha Beach, of course). Here you can glamp to your heart’s content in caravans that hold up to a maximum of five people, as well as access to BBQ facilities and nearby watersports rentals. welcomebeach.com.hk
Always wanted to sleep in a mushroom? Now’s your chance! Mingle Farm’s quirky AEcoSphere inflatable tents come with all the amenities of a hotel, including bed, air-con, and toiletries. If you’re after something a bit more swish, you could also spring for one of their deluxe caravans, which come with fold-down beds, private bathroom and kitchenette. Nothing like roughing it in the great outdoors! minglefarm.com
Situated on Pui O, Hong Kong glamping site Treasure Island offer surf camps, kids activities and barbecues, as well as camping options galore, ranging from a pre-set up tent and barbecue for a family of four, right up to cabana hire or even private venue hire for your own camping party. You can even rent a cooler and sleeping bags, so all you have to bring is yourself. Prices start at $500 for a four-person tent. treasureislandhk.com