Repulse Bay is located in the south of Taiping mountain on Hong Kong Island. It is close to the mountain and the sea. The bay is crescent shaped, known as "the first Bay in the world", and also known as "Oriental Hawaii". It is the most representative Bay in Hong Kong, China. The English name is Repulse Bay, which is said to originate from a British Royal warship stationed in the Bay in the past to prevent pirates, meaning "repel". Repulse Bay is located in the south of Hong Kong Island, with gentle slope, long beach, flat waves and quiet waves, clear water and fine sand. The beach is wide, clean and shallow, warm in winter and cool in summer. The water temperature is between 16 ℃ and 27 ℃. It has always been a popular summer resort for Hong Kong people and a famous scenic spot for tourists.