Backpackers come to this youth hostel from all over the world to enjoy the panoramic view of Victoria Harbour. The steps adjacent to the hostel lead guests to the historic Mount Davis Batteries and see the remains of bunkers and other traces of the Second World War.
For reservation of sea view twin rooms (please note that all rooms are single sex), please call our head office at (852) 2788 1638. For reservation of other room types or dormitory beds, online booking is available. Advance reservation is highly recommended. Please contact the hostel direct for check-in within 3 days.
Address：123 Mount Davis Path, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
Tel：(852) 2817 5715
This hostel is located at Tai Mei Tuk, a water and outdoor sports centre in Hong Kong. You can go cycling on the main dam of Plover Cove Reservoir or explore the Tai Mei Tuk Family Walk, Pat Sin Leng, Bride's Pool or Ma Shi Chau Special Area.Address：66, Tai Mei Tuk Road, Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po, N.T.
Tel：(852) 2662 5123
This mountain top youth hostel on Lantau Island is adjacent to popular tourist attractions such as the Giant Buddha, Po Lin Monastery, Ngong Ping Village and the Wisdom Path. Visitors who would like to test their stamina can take the trail from near the hostel up the steep ascent of Lantau Peak (it takes about 1.5 hrs to the summit) – a perfect place to relax and admire the view of the amazing sunrise.Address：Ngong Ping, Lantau Island
A tranquil youth hostel located at the water’s edge in the Sai Kung Country Park, Chek Keng provides the perfect venue from which to swim or hike in one of the remotest and unspoilt areas in Hong Kong.Address：Chek Keng, Sai Kung, N.T.
Tel：(852) 2328 2458
The Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park, an important marine conservation site in Hong Kong, is only 20 minutes on foot from this easily accessed Sai Kung hostel. Pak Sha O hostel has a wide variety of adjacent hiking trails and remote former farming communities to explore.Address：Hoi Ha Road, Pak Sha O, Sai Kung, N.T.
Tel：(852) 2328 2327
Located at over 600 metres above sea level on the slopes of Hong Kong’s highest mountain,Tai Mo Shan, this youth hostel has commanding views over an extensive area of the central New Territories.Address：Tai Mo Shan, Tsuen Wan, N.T.
Tel：(852) 2488 8188
Built in 1954, Mei Ho House exemplifies Hong Kong’s earliest public housing design. It is the city’s only H-shaped, six-storey resettlement block still in existence today. This hostel is ideal for visitors wanting a urban base from which to explore all of Hong Kong’s many exciting tourist attractions.Address：Block 41, Shek Kip Mei Estate, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon (under reconstruction)