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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
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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
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
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
Sai Kung is one of the places where the Hong Kong people flee the city to nature on weekends. Easy to reach by metro and minibus. But long queues form at the minibus stops at the weekend. Waiting for up to an hour can really...More
June - Sept is perfect for squid fishing. Squid swim up to the surface for warm water. Attracted by the lights hang beside the ship. All you need to do is to throw down the hook to get one out from the sea.
I visited Sai Kung with friends last week. Our main purpose was to do squid fishing which is a unique and interesting activities at Sai Kung. We had about 40 people so we rented a boat on our own. The boat sailed to somewhere in...More
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Local ferry trips start at the Sai Kung ferry pier with Kaito Ferries. There is a counter to book the tickets. Just go to the official website of Sai Kung (.) com and search for "Travelling by Ferry (Kaito)"