Sai Kung Country Park Visitor Centre
Pak Tam Chung (北潭涌) is the start of the MacLehose Trail. While you’re in Pak Tam Chung, visit the Sai Kung Country Park Visitor Centre,...
Sheung Yiu Folk Museum
The museum is part of a restored Hakka village typical of those found here in the 19th century. The village was founded about 150 years...
Tai Long Wan Hiking Trail
The northern end of Sai Kung Peninsula boasts several rewarding hikes that will take you through some of the most pristine scenery in...
Sai Kung Cafe and Bakery
The local alternative to Ali Oli Bakery Cafe, this corner cafe sells sensational Hong Kong–style bread. When fresh from the oven, their...
Sai Kung information
Apart from the Outlying Islands, the Sai Kung Peninsula is one of the last havens left in Hong Kong for hikers, swimmers and boaters, and most of it is one huge 7500-hectare country park. A short journey to any of the islands off Sai Kung town is rewarding. Hidden away are some excellent beaches that can be visited by kaido (small boats), which depart from the waterfront. The MacLehose Trail, a 100km route across the New Territories, begins at Pak Tam Chung on the Sai Kung Peninsula.
On top of this Sai Kung town boasts some excellent bars and restaurants, especially along the attractive waterfront.