get the 92 bus from diamond hill to this gorgeous little town away from city but only 30 mins on the bus which will cost you 50 p.Nice area stunning views and very good food
I would highly suggest making a trip out to Sai Kung if you are looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. We took a group down to one of the beaches right off the pier and rented kayaks for the day. We hopped around islands with our kayaks all day, and it was perfect!! The water is... More
To get to Sai Kung, go via the MTR Green Line to Choi Hung, then exit C and then take the light green minibus 1A. Reverse directions when returning. And hold on tight because as soon as the bus door closes the driver will take you on mad rush to Sai Kung. We had been either on Hong Kong island... More
I stayed with my partner at a family apartment here for 2 weeks whilst we travelled around Hong Kong. It was just perfect. Fresh sea air, fresh sea food and friendly people. It was very multi-cultural as there are a lot of ex-pats living there but I can see why they'd choose Sai Kung! I would definitely want to retire... More
We wnet here for an outing whilst in Honk Kong. Easy to get to by public transport - advise take the little bus rather than the double decker as less stops. We stopped and had yum cha at a restarant overlooking the bay which was very pleasant although make sure you are hungry as we got charged a minimum of... More
Tucked in a quiet Eastern side of Hong Kong, is a fishing village well known as SaiKung where you can find very good seafood restaurants though on the pricy side. For me, it is also the best place to get inexpensive bargainable seafood from the fishermen at the ferry pier. A 1-kg Red Lobster goes for HK$500 (about US$60) and... More
After visiting Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Gardens @ Diamond Hill bus interchange, I took double-decker Bus 92 to Sai Kung. Sai Kung District's heartland is a coastal area characterised by beautiful scenery, charming small villages and stunning seascapes. The area is known for its pristine beaches and quiet living. After strolling and buying dried scallops and shrimps @... More
We were told by friends that this was a seaside town renowned for its fresh seafood restaurants. We were put off by the giant tanks of fish and ended up going to a Western restaurant on the square! We are adventurous eaters but Sai Kung did nothing for us.
This seaside town is a long bus ride from the city but well worth the effort. It feels so different, with a more relaxed feel to it. Have lunch in one of the seafood restaurants, take a long walk toward the little beach, or take a boat tour to see the Hong Kong GeoPark in the near by island.
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