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Sheung Luk Stream

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PixsoulHK wrote a review Jul 2018
Hong Kong, China124 contributions33 helpful votes
Experience different sides of Hong Kong compared with the crowded street. It's relaxing and cool to spend a half day in natural stream.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Wilcoxm51 wrote a review May 2018
Kingston upon Thames, United Kingdom1,154 contributions423 helpful votes
We took a taxi to the Sai Wan Pavilion and then walked to the stream and followed it upstream for several miles, there are a number of waterfalls and pools that you can swim in and its a good way to cool down. The stream becomes quieter the further up-stream you walk.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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April Angeli Vivas Cusi wrote a review Mar 2018
Hong Kong, China228 contributions15 helpful votes
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Get off on Choi Hung Station Mtr exit C2. Take bus 92 (50 mins ride) or 96R (35 mins ride). Once in Sai Kung get off one stop before the police station and get on to the village bus 29R. Make sur enough come ahead of the bus schedule as it only has 28 seatings. Bus stop is just right beside McDonald’s. Get off at Sai Wan Pavillion and start your hike. Follow the signs and you will find the falls. All the effort is worth it. This place is beautiful! It can get pretty crowded on the weekend.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Joe D wrote a review Jul 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia139 contributions58 helpful votes
We took a taxi to Sai Wan pavilion from the Sai Kung Country Park Visitors Center and then made the easy hike to a small beach and then followed the stream up to the pool. After some swimming and (small) cliff jumping, we went back to the beach and got a boat to Sai Kung pier. Overall a very enjoyable afternoon.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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locosmo wrote a review Nov 2016
Taoyuan County, China98 contributions13 helpful votes
Given the way from Sai Wan Pavilion to Sai Wan Beach is very well paved, I made the mistake of wearing my Birkenstock slippers to go there. You are required to climb up and down rocks to reach to the top, where most people dive there. The way is well-signed. The water is quite refreshing for the weather too.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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