If you're willing to travel a bit from the city center it's totally worth it. Recommend getting a canoe/kayak and exploring!
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Incredible to think this seaside village is so close to the madness of Hong Kong. Great little alleyways and back street bars and a good selection of seafood restaurants along the promenade. Sai Kung felt a world away from the city but was a quick...More
There is no better way to explore Sai Kung than a hike, and preferably with a beach visit to finish off the day. For that matter, I highly recommend the walk from Che Keng Tuk Road (next to the Lions Nature Education Centre) to Trio...More
I went to Sai Kung bia bus, walked around, and had dinner at a fish restaurant. Great experience. They have tanks with live seafood, you just point to what you want, they take it out, weigh it, then you tell them how to cook it....More
If you're visiting Hong Kong, go there during the week. It's overcrowded and crazy on weekends, especially in summer. Take a junk trip or visit some of the seafood restaurants, but don't go on the weekend. Get there by taxi. It's over 2 hours to...More
This is the backyard of Hong Kong where you will be in touch with nature rather than tall buildings. Great seaside view. Take a small boat cruise to relax in the inner harbour and visit the small islands, one of which is part of a...More
A nice seaside to go for a walk and then have a lunch in one of the numerous fish restaurants. Can get very busy on weekends.
If you like sea foood, this is the place to go. You can take a tour on a boat around the area and then have lots of sea food in your way back. During the weekends a lot of people take their dogs for a...More
Worth the trip. A quaint fishing village and small town with excellent sea food. You choose your live fish from tanks and tell then how you want it cooked.