The first holiday village in an urban area, Lei Yue Mun Park offers both day and overnight accommodation for campers. It ... More
Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village
The first holiday village in an urban area, Lei Yue Mun Park offers both day and overnight accommodation for campers. It provides a wide range of indoor and outdoor activities, such as soccer, gate ball, basketball, tennis, archery, indoor bowls, a swimming pool, climbing and badminton, plus barbecue sites. There is also a horse-riding school.
You walk a gauntlet of fish tanks and fish hawkers. The sights and amazing. You see all sorts of fish, crabs, lobster, prawns...you name it they have it. Pick out your fish (ask for the price first!) then the fish will be taken to an adjacent restaurant and prepared fresh for you. The experience of picking fish is wild, hectic yet enjoyable. Bargin like crazy since fish can be expensive here. You must ask for the price or the bill may surprise you. There are lots of photo ops here since you can hold up the fresh catch before it becomes a fresh meal.
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