Looking to switch up your usual hotel staycation? Book in to one of these top 5 glamping sites in Hong Kong.

If roughing it just isn’t for you, there’s plenty of options that not only provide air conditioning and a comfy bed, but reside on the doorstep of Hong Kong’s best beaches, hiking trails and incredible mountain views.

Natural Glamping

If you’re looking to escape it all, a well-equipped tent in the middle of Hong Kong’s Nature and Wildlife Sanctuary is a good place to start. Natural Glamping‘s basecamp is near Lau Fau Mountain, offering a variety of accomodation options including the Star and Tribal tents (three to four guests), and larger Sailing tent (up to six guests). Each one is equipped with inflatable double beds, coffee table, cushions and basic toiletries, and guests are welcome to use the lawn-front barbecue or order directly from its special barbecue food menu.

More details here.

Natural Glamping, No. 154, Pak Nai Village, Lau Fau Shan, Yuen Long, +852 5245 5391

Long Coast Seasports

Glamping Hong Kong Long Coast Seasports

Long Coast Seasports ‘Play ‘N’ Stay’ package is one to book if you’re looking for a weekend away from it all and out on the water. Choose between a small (up to four guests) or large safari tent (up to eight guests) and caravan (up to four guests), with the package promising accommodation, breakfast and all-access to watersports and facilities, including kayaks, bodyboards, SUP, wind and surf boards.

More details here.

Long Coast Seasports, 29 Lower Cheung Sha Village, Lantau Island, Hong Kong, +852  5545 5625

Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park

With glamping options booked up well in advance, you’ll want to settle on your schedule quickly if you’re game for an adventure. Located on the southwestern tip of Cheung Chau, Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park has become a hotspot for weekend getaways since opening up its 11 acres to travel-hungry Hongkongers. Offering a ton of accommodation options from its Star-gazing Geodesic Domes and Romantic Tree Cocoons to its African Safari Tents, Mongolian Ger and Native American Teepees; each one is equipped with air conditioning, indoor lighting, mosquito nets and screens as well as a private bathroom with hot and cold running water.

More details here.

Saiyuen Camping & Adventure Park, DD CC  Lot 12, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong, +852 2666  9556

Camp One

Featuring five tents, each accommodating up to six guests, Camp One is a great option for those looking to book out the entire camp site for upcoming birthdays, events or long weekends with friends. Located on the South of Lantau, there are plenty of beaches and hiking trails within walking distance from the camp, but if you’re looking to hunker down, make use of the complimentary barbecue pits and crack open a bottle of wine. Camp One also comes fully equipped with individual showers, toilets, and air conditioning so that you can take solace in knowing that your stay is bound to be comfortable.

More details here.

Camp One, +852 9149 5408

Park Nature

Glamping Hong Kong Park Nature

Park Nature has plenty of small cabins and caravan options for a comfortable (and quirky!) glamping experience. A unique, secluded party venue, cabins can be rented out for small gatherings or wedding events while the caravans are equipped for an overnight stay, including furniture, air conditioning, a fridge, shower, wifi, and a small private garden and barbecue facilities.

An ideal pick for pet lovers too, many of the caravan options are pet-friendly and come complete with tiny teepees for your furry friends.

More details here.

Park Nature, various locations in New Territories, Hong Kong, +852 9694 2233

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Lexi Davey
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A typical ‘third culture’ kid, Lexi spent the best part of her life between Hong Kong and Malaysia. A self-confessed heliophile with a thirst for travel and adventure, she moved home to foster a career in digital editing and lifestyle copywriting. Loves include: commas, nervous laughter and her rescue pup, Wella