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“fishing village”(70 reviews)
“country park”(18 reviews)
Sai Kung is a small fishing village with picturesque boats, beaches and mountain scenery. The fresh seafood is plentiful and there are many dining options and wine bars along the seaside promenade. A day at the beach here makes for a nice change of...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Sai Kung District, New Territories East, Hong Kong, China
Sai Kung
+852 3105 0767
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 21 August 2011

Sai Kung is a lovely part of Hong Kong that most tourists miss out on. It has beautiful beaches e.g. Hap Mun bay which are easily reached by a small sampan from the public pier at around 20-25HK$- it is quite full on Sundays. Trio...More

14  Thank acdenmark
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 27 February 2014

Sai Kung is a little ways away along the coast from the busy part of Kowloon. Attraction: fishing boats and seafood restaurants with lots of live fish in tanks. Take the MTR to the Choi Hung station, exit C-2, and take the 1A minibus on...More

13  Thank James T
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A bus ride took us to this fishing village that have become a residential spot for a lot of expats in HK. So you get both local HK seafood restaurant and international food choices. So why not!

Thank WWglobal
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Now recovering from significant foliage/tree damage after a recent typhoon, the waterfront area looks quite bare and one hopes when they replant trees they will take some care to put in the right ones and give them space to take root. Apart from that, if...More

2  Thank Goloh
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

You get the feeling of 90s HK Good place to explore, Many quick boat trips to near by smaller islands and also a place you can do water sports like kayaking, speed boats, waster sky, swimming, diving and also hiking, climbing chilling and chilling Many...More

Thank MathishaY1
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is the place to go for seafood. Many places rent Kayak and other equipment so that you can go to the smaller islands. Not experienced, these shops also provide lessons.

Reviewed 3 October 2018

It gets crowded by locals,but good to go weekday and do the tours of the island spends time on the local beach . Recommend having seafood in the evening at one of the seafood restaurants.

Thank Manuel M
Reviewed 3 October 2018

no MTR so get ready for a long taxi ride or bus. It is worth it. Try to take an express bus or you will stop 20 times. I take the MTR to Kowloon Bay or Diamond Hill then get the bus. Grab a boat...More

Thank captew
Reviewed 16 September 2018

I have joined Maurice for his sea wind project for experiencing pedal kayak for the first time. Sea journey with him has taken me to “paradise beach” in Sai Kung. The entire experience let me see Sai Kung nature in more dimensions of its geographical...More

Thank Lilliannn01
Reviewed 1 September 2018

Nice, most probably the best, beaches in Hong Kong with beach side bars and restaurants as well on the beach.

1  Thank DeepanshJ4
Reviewed 7 August 2018

This is like an american suburb. You can go into nature and do hiking/ camping etc. There are a lot of pretty good eateries around.

1  Thank Angad S
Reviewed 5 August 2018

Something different. Get away from the dense urban Kowloon environ. There is a ferry tour to the East Dam of the NT water reservoir and a temple. Or like me, my wife's friends hired a boat for about 1000HKD for 4 people to take us...More

Thank James W
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3 October 2018|
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Response from Juergen-Carmanah | Reviewed this property |
Hi yqyq, Taking ferries in HK is very easy. There are many local ferries you can use. Usually there is always a counter at the pier for public ferries where you can go to buy your tickets shortly before you go on a... More
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5 August 2018|
Response from Xavier L |
Depending on your exact location, any difference in time will be mostly because of walking distance to the mini bus stop. If you're near the TST MTR, I'd go to Choi Hung.
12 June 2017|
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Response from AnneSoikkeli | Reviewed this property |
Sorry can't help, please ask from your hotel reception.
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