Finger Hill is a must see destination when visiting Peng Chau, Outlying Islands of Hong Kong. At 95 metres, Finger Hill is the highest point in the island, offering spectacular 360 degree views of the island, the South China Sea and onto Hong Kong Island.
The summit can be reached via a 30 to 40 minute hike to the top where a 360 degree undisrupted seaview awaits. In the east is Hong Kong Island and part of Kowloon Peninsula while Lamma Island, Hei Ling Chau and Sunshine Island are visible in the south. In the west is Lantau Island with its the many villages, Discovery Bay and the Trappist Monastery. In the north is Disneyland and Tsing Ma Bridge. The hill also provides breathtaking sunset views.
The Fung Ping Pavilion at the top of Finger Hill is a welcome respite to visitors who climbed up via the Ham Shan Road.
To get to Finger Hill, take ferry from Central ferry pier 6 to Peng Chau (the journey takes about 40 minutes). From Peng Chau ferry pier, turn right and walk along the Peng Chau Family Trail to Finger Hill for approximately 30-40 minutes.