This is a tiny fishing village on the New Territories side of Hong Kong. It is a hidden treasure among a city full of sky scrapers! It must be very frequented by tourists because it is full of very nice quality sea food restaurants where you pick your food out of the tank at the front of the restaurant and the nice people prepare your food any way you want. My Dad and I visited on a rainy Thursday afternoon and there was not another tourist in sight. It was by far the most memorable and enjoyable part of my visit to Hong Kong thus far. Whatever reviews you read about this being "difficult" "challenging" "A rip off" etc. Ignore it. It is a 5 min fairy ride from Sai Wan Ho mtr station on HK island. Yes, it is "off the beaten path" but it is as accessible as anywhere and what a great and memorable experience. If all you want is sea food and the best possible value, I'm sure there are many, many places in Hong Kong and all of the surrounding islands but if you want lunch or dinner with an atmosphere this is the place to go and I have never had sea food better than the sea food i had here. Leu Yue Mun or as it is also called Sam Ka Tsuen is minutes away from HK island and if you are weary about being ripped off please plan at least a couple hours to explore the village and if you choose to eat do, if your skeptical don't. Whatever just check it out!
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