Can’t choose between camping or booking a staycation? Combine the two with a luxe glamping trip!
Spend a night in nature without surrendering yourself completely to the elements with glamping — promising the comfort of a fancy staycation and the adventure of spending a camping night under the stars. With a cosy bed, a barrier between you and the bugs, and the great outdoors right at your doorstep, it’s a total game-changer! Scroll through for our favourite glamping sites in Hong Kong.
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WE Camp – Luxury glamping and picnic sites
Found amidst the mountains in Yuen Long, WE Camp comprises three camping zones, including a car camping area, glamping site and special area for picnics. The roomy tents within the glamping zone line the edge of a beautiful lake on wooden platforms, each with its own private bathroom and shower room. You can also rent out sleeping bags, ice boxes, air conditioners or mini heaters during your stay.
WE Camp, Fung Kat Heung Road, Kam Tin, Hong Kong, 6296 6689, www.wecamp.com.hk
Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park – Safari tents, gers, teepees and star-gazing domes
Spanning over 11 acres, you’ve got plenty of room to stretch your legs at Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park. This unique glamping destination offers a range of themed accommodations from African Safari Tents to Mongolian Gers. For the ultimate night under the stars, we recommend booking a Star Gazing Geodesic Dome, designed with a skylight for stargazing at night and situated in one of the most private areas of Saiyuen. Plus, it’s equipped with two double beds, air-conditioning, a private bathroom with a shower and other complimentary glamping essentials.
Sassy Tip: Don’t sleep on the many outdoor activities available for guests including Hong Kong’s only Tree Top Canopy Walk, Archery, Bubble Soccer and more.
Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park, Saiyuen, Cheung Chau, Outlying Islands, Hong Kong, 2981 1010, www.saiyuen.com
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Welcome Beach – Beachside premium camper vans
Leave the city behind and spend the night in a premium camper van on Lantau’s longest shoreline. Parked in a well-facilitated 30,000 square metre open space, the caravans are equipped with air-conditioning, a double bed, TV, mini-fridge, open kitchen and even wifi! The best part — you’ll wake up with Cheung Sha Beach just a few steps away from your doorstep, alongside the nearby water sports facilities and beachside restaurants.
Welcome Beach, 57 South Lantau Road, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9060 6220, welcomebeach2020.wixsite.com
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JK Club – Fully equipped caravans with a nearby farm and hiking trails
Situated between sea and mountains, JK Club is a popular glamping site with a range of well-equipped caravans available for rent (complete with air-conditioning, showers, wifi and Bluetooth sound system). Pui O beach is well within walking distance and a number of hiking trails surround the area. Better yet, there’s a nearby organic farm where you can pick fruits (when in season) and pet the resident goats!
JK Club, 20D, Lo Wai Village, Pui O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, 6368 5925, www.facebook.com/JKCLUBHK/
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Galaxy Garden – Private semi-transparent bubble-shaped tents
Stay in your own little bubble (literally!), away from all the noise and city crowds. The semi-transparent bubble-shaped tents at Lantau’s Galaxy Garden make for the perfect weekend hideaway, with small tents for couples and large tents that can accommodate up to seven people. Spend the day exploring the nearby Pui O wetlands and beach before returning to your private air-conditioned space and double bed.
Galaxy Garden, 48 Niu’aoyuan, Pui O, Lantau Island, New Territories, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 9263 9078, www.galaxygardenlantau.com
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Long Coast Seasports – Beachside glamping sites with caravans and safari tents
Not just a water sports centre for beach-goers, Long Coast Seasports comprises four beachside glamping sites featuring caravans and safari tents (which house up to 10 people). The overnight glamping package includes breakfast, bedding and access to water sports equipment (including kayaks, SUP, skimboards and surfboards) and onsite facilities.
Sassy Tip: After a day of sun, sea and sand, grab a bite at one of the nearby restaurants on Cheung Sha or treat yourself to a delicious BBQ dinner.
Long Coast Seasports, 29 Lower Cheung Sha Village, Lantau Island, New Territories, Hong Kong, longcoast.hk
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Park Nature – Luxury caravans with skylights for stargazing
Choose from a range of luxury caravans at Park Nature. With a skylight for stargazing and large windows, you can’t go wrong with the Galaxy or Stargazer Caravan (groups of up to six). Or keep it simple in a British-Style or Moroccan-Style Caravan, which are also pet-friendly! For an extra bit of fun, you can rent a bike, BBQ grill, karaoke machine, Mahjong set or even a five-hour Afternoon Cabin Party Room.
Park Nature, Fung Kat Hueng, Kam Tin, New Territories, Hong Kong, 9694 0066, www.parknature.com.hk
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Main image courtesy of Galaxy Garden via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of WE Camp via Facebook, image 2 courtesy of Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park, image 3 courtesy of Welcome Beach via Facebook, image 4 courtesy of JK Club via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Galaxy Garden via Instagram, image 6 courtesy of Long Coast Seasports via Instagram, image 7 courtesy of Park Nature via Instagram.