Sai Kung Peninsula - Hongkong
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Directions to Sai Kung Peninsula
Monument to Hong Kong’s development through the years is the refreshing village in Sai Kung Peninsula. Once a small undeveloped fishing village, Sai Kung Town has developed into a place where buildings, shops, piers, public swimming pools and other facilities pull the tourists in.
Although many parts have developed, one cannot judge Sai Kung as a place which only aims to take money away from tourists. A visit here is truly rewarding because of its old charm and invigorating atmosphere amidst the convenience of modern facilities.
More than 13,000 locals in this town are busy with fish farming, ecotourism and managing their seafood restaurants. Aside from the usual strolling and resting at restaurants dotting the promenade, another interesting activity to do there is hiking and swimming. Sai Kung is a really friendly hiking site because of the country parks nearby.
Should you be okay doing nothing, just observe the activity along the harbour and you’ll learn a lot about the trade of seafood happening on sampans lining the promenade. You may also gaze at the hills and peaks of Ma On Shan Country Park from here.
How to get there: Ride the MTR Kwun Tong Line to Choi Hung Station, Exit C1. Take Green Minibus 1A to Sai Kung Minibus Station.
If you are coming from other parts of New Territories: Ride KMB Bus 299 from Sha Tin Central Bus Terminus (just outside Sha Tin MTR Station). This will take you to Sai Kung Bus Terminus.
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