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We walked around the Sao Kung pier to look at what the boat tour operators were offering and went with Llewelyn (Ho) which is the ‘Rainbow’ boat. The ticket master spoke some English and said it was a trip around several islands and that you...More
We were there during weekday so there wasn't many people there . Sharp Island is undergoing some restoration / redevelopment so some bits of it is a building site.
What I like about this island :
- I could see myself hanging out there all...More
We paid to go on a boat ride to the island from Sai Kung pier - 30 HKD each. The boat ride was about 12 minutes going over but got a ‘speedboat’ on the return journey so was less than 5 minutes.
It was a...More
We had originally booked a tour with viator but they let us down. They cancelled the day before but we did not receive the email until we were at the pier. We were so disappointed as we had been looking forward so much to this...More
We took a sampan over to Sharp Island...the weather was ok but they neglected to tell us the tide was in and you couldn't walk over the sand causeway to the observation island.
If you were in Sai Kung on a nice sunny day, there...More
It is surprising to see the clean natural attractions that HongKong has to offer.Sai Kung has many,and to the delight of the families visiting here.walking in the tambolo is a must do,will get my families and friends here when they visit HongKong .
Great escape from the busy city! Beautiful hike possible over the island and it has a nice beach: hap mun bay. Definitely worth a visit! It takes a while to get there by bus, but a great change to the chaos of the city!
There isn't much to do on this island but it's a great getaway from the centre of Hong Kong. The best way to get there is to get the MTR to Diamond Hill Station, and then the 92 bus from Diamond Hill to Sai Kung....More