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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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To many people, Sai Kung is most famous for its seafood restaurants, its beautiful beaches and its picturesque nearby islands. It's quiet and unpolluted, it's unique and it's one of the best city escape in Hong Kong. It also has many cool and funky "Western...More
Very accessible from HK Island or Kowloon by taxi, but feels very different. Stunning views, fresh air and some of the best sea food I have enjoyed in a long time. In general restaurants behave themselves, but keep an eye on seafood by weight and...More
Our family of twelve with 2 children visiting sai Kung. We bought some seafoods from the locals at the sai Kung Pier. We ordered few extra dishes on the top of the seafoods we purchased. The foods and services were exceptional. We enjoyed the whole...More
Sai Kung is a very unique place in Hong Kong which absolutely contradict with your impression of HK as an international finance city. Sai Kung has lot of water sport, BBQ sites, and Live seafood restaurant and dog lovers jogging trail.
Great family outing for very reasonable price. The Junk boat operator happily dropped us off at Trio Beach then came back for us in half an hour and ferried us back to Sai King. Delightful trip with scenic water views including the floating village. Be...More
Sai Kung is situated at a distance from Hong Kong Island and Kowloon but is accessible by bus. It still retains a strong feeling of its past as a fishing village but now has many old-time as well as ex-pat residents. It has excellent seafood...More
There were 4 of us so we took a taxi from HK Sheung Wan (less than HKD350) to Sai Kung Pavilion. Driver was familiar so no drama here. The journey was almost an hour.
The hike to Sai Wan was nice. We could only cover...More
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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
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 ride.
Fees on public ferries are very cheap. Around 70 HK$ from Central to Mui Wo on Lantau for the return trip on the ordinary ferry.
A very nice day trip is Central - Discovery Bay - Peng Chau - Mui Wo - Cheung Chau - Central.