South of the main city of Hong Kong, Cheung Chung is a small southern island that is still not as developed as much as modern Hong Kong. The island is a part of a small cluster of other islands which once were fishing villages. The Kwang Kung Pavilion is a red-colored Chinese pavilion that has existed since the traditional time. There is a huge statue of a famous Han dynasty general which has a height of 2.5 meters and is made from a single camphor tree. You can enjoy the cherry blossoms as the pavilion has 10 cherry trees and is a great place with lush greenery and a peaceful atmosphere to enjoy the Cherry Blossoms. To reach the island of Cheung Chau you can take a ferry from Central Pier 5 in the main city.