How to Rental cheap Junk Boat in Hong Kong (HK)

With Summer well under way, one of the most exciting things to do in Hong Kong is to rent a junk and head out for an excursion. It is not as expensive as most people think. In the lower end, a junk rental for the entire day (until 6 PM) would cost around $3000-4000. If you split this between fifteen + people then it is a relatively cheap price worth paying for.

There are many places where you can dock your boat and have fun. Most people enjoy visiting the outlying islands such as Cheung Chau and Peng Chau. However, if you prefer to visit more isolated beaches then you may want to check out beaches like Tai Long Wan. Most junk rentals come with food and drinking catering options. Foods consist of party snacks like cocktail sausages and baked pasta. If you are looking for more elegant cuisines then you may have to contact an outside catering company.

So what can you do while you are on a junk ride? If you want to tan then you can lay bare on the boat roof. You can also have fun by jumping off the top of the boat. Some boat companies provides fun water activities such as jet skis and banana boats. You'll have to contact them about such options beforehand.

It might also be a good idea to have floating dock plans. A floating dock would make swimming much safer as you can have another place to chill and rest while you are swimming around the ocean.

So how do you find these junk rental companies? Simply search Hong Kong Junk Rental on Google and a list of companies will show up. Make sure you contact as many as you can in order to get the best deals. Some companies may have holiday or unique specials which other companies do not offer.

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