Today's blog post is all about Casam Beach and Lido Beach in Tsuen Wan.
How To Get Here:
1. Exiting from Tsuen Wan West MTR Exit A
2. Catch bus 234B
3. Jump off at Lido Beach
Lido beach seemed like the more popular beach because a few other people got off with me at the bus stop. I checked the water quality and thought it best to not take a dip in the water. Again, this was a great beach to sunbathe at because it was quite peaceful and the sand was pretty nice (still a bit rocky).
Casam Beach and Lido Beaches are connected to each other, which was great to learn because there was more space to feel some privacy.
I went just before noon and there were people cleaning up the beach, which made my heart soar! I like how the Tsuen Wan beaches have newer facilities and are quite clear of rubbish.
Lido Beach had this huge tree that I stationed myself under. There were a lot of shady areas, actually...which I think will be way more popular now that school is out and the kids are heading to the beaches.
It's definitely a great beach area to picnic!
These two beaches had all the normal facilities of Hong Kong beaches:
1. Lifeguard on duty
2. Changing/Bathroom facilities
3. Rubbish bins
4. Safe swimming area
5. Good amount of shade
I really liked Lido Beach and wouldn't mind returning to just spend a morning or evening!