Yung Shue Wan Public Pier is located on Lamma Island in the Islands District. Lamma Island is the fourth largest island in Hong Kong. The main access to Lamma Island is by water transport.

Yung Shue Wan Public Pier is used by public, and serve as the only passage between Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier and Yung Shue Wan. The pier has served the public for more than 50 years since its commencement of operation in the 1960s. The existing Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier was formed by the extension of Yung Shue Wan Public Pier in 1980s. Passengers of the ferries need to pass through Yung Shue Wan Public Pier before entering Yung Shue Wan.

At present, Yung Shue Wan Public Pier mainly used by Kaito and government vessels, while Yung Shue Wan Ferry Pier mainly used by the two licensed ferry companies which provide ferry services between Yung Shue Wan and Central or Aberdeen.

Current View of Piers

We need to improve the structural safety of the Yung Shue Wan Public Pier. At the same time, we also understand different opinions from the residents of Lamma Island on the improvement works of the Yung Shue Wan Public Pier, such as to study the feasibility of installing canopy and to avoid any impact on the current ferry services from the pier improvement works. The consultation to relevant stakeholders was conducted. In response to the opinions obtained regarding the improvement works of Yung Shue Wan Public Pier, local needs and environmental impact, we have developed a preliminary design of the pier improvement works.

Location of Piers

Shek Tsai Wan Pier

Yi O Pier

Ma Wan Chung Pier