Po Toi, the largest and the main island of the Po Toi archipelago is a small but fulfilling visit. Lined in greenery, this former land of dried seaweed production, is now a land of unique rock formations such as the Buddha Hand Rock and the Monk Rock, rock carvings from the Bronze Age and nature trails and hikes. The island also houses a temple dedicated to Tin Hau. Besides the familiar course of tourist attractions, Po Toi also has a Haunted House known as the "Deserted Mansion of Family Mo". Travellers can reach the island via kaidos, water taxis, ferries and junks from Stanley and Aberdeen.