Peng Chau is a small outlying island of Hong Kong, known for its temples, island lifestyle and fresh seafood. It is also connected to the even smaller island of Tai Lei, which is home to the ugly and boring things that make urban life on Peng Chau possible.
There is a sewage treatment plant.
A CLP electrical substation.
The Shell Gas LPG bottle depot.
And the waste transfer station, where rubbish is packed into containers then loaded onto a barge.
At least the bridge connecting to Peng Chau and Tai Lei is a good fishing spot.