Po Toi O
- Not to be confused with Po Toi, an island in the south of Hong Kong.
The village is situated at a bay shaped like a sack, thus earning its name Po Toi (meaning a "sack"). Everyone living in the village has the same surname: Po (布).
This small fishing village has two seafood restaurants and is popular with tourists.
There is a Hung Shing Temple in Po Toi O. The temple was probably built in 1663. A Kung So (公所) building adjacent to the temple was built in 1740 and was used to deal with village affairs and served as a school until the 1930s. The temple is a Grade III historic building.
In popular culture
- Parts of the Hollywood movie Lara Croft Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life was filmed here. 
- Australian celebrity chef Kylie Kwong visited Po Toi O for one of the episodes of "Kylie Kwong: Simply Magic". The episode was called "Hong Kong Island Hideaway". 
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