Anglers' Beach is a stretch of fine golden sand along the Rambler Channel. It is located at the coastal area of Sham Tseng in Tsuen Wan District, Hong Kong. It offers some of the most beautiful scenic views in Hong Kong, including emerald waters, green islands and the trio of bridges built to connect Lantau with the rest of Hong Kong. On a clear day, you can even see as far as Lamma Island.
It also provides an excellent vantage point to view the three bridges that connect Hong Kong Island to Lantau, the Tsing Ma Bridge, the Kap Shui Mun Bridge and the Ma Wan Viaduct.
Like other beaches found at or near Sham Tseng, swimming is not allowed at Anglers' Beach beach due to pollution and contamination from sewers. Nevertheless, the beach is a popular spot for family picnics and barbecues. There are a total of 11 barbecue pits in this beach. Other facilities include changing room, showers, and toilet. Lifeguard services are available from April to October only.
To get to Angler's Beach, take the 52X bus from Mongkok or 962B bus from Central to Sham Tseng. The beach is less than five minutes by foot from the centre of town.