One Day Trip in Sai Kung

Nature and history tour

One Day Trip in Sai Kung

New Territories Hong Kong

Created By: Peggy Wang

Tour Information

One day Sai Kung tour

This guide will take you to visit Sai Kung by some historical and modern places. In the morning you can go and visit some of the temples in Sai Kung, and in the afternoon you can discover nature on an island near Sai Kung. Of course, we will take you to try Sai Kung's seafood for lunch which is fresh, tasty, and highly recommended. After the island tour, you can get back to Sai Kung pier, get some souvenirs for family and friends, and have dinner before heading back home!

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What You'll See on the Tour

The pier is formerly used for the ships that fishermen come back from fishing. It gradually became a place where the residents trade for daily goods since the fishing business is not necessary nowadays. The name of it can be date back to th... Read more
This site is located at Po Tung Road which is the center of Sai Kung Market. The Temples were built in the 1910s-1920s and those are probably the most historical temples in Hong Kong. These two temples have the traditional architectural sty... Read more
Along the waterfront promenade, fishermen moor their boats and sell their catches.  This area is called Seafood Street. Fishermen, there have lived in Sai Kung since the 14th century. Initially, they lived in the vessels which were near th... Read more
Sharp Island takes only a fifteen-minute boat ride from Sai Kung Public Pier. As part of the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark, it has fascinating natural scenery and unique geological relics, which was created 140 million years ago. It is pe... Read more
A little history of half moon bay is that the name of it is a little bit tricky. Back in the British colonial time, Cantonese people called this bay “Hup Mun Bay “ which means “廈門灣”. However, the English people didn’t unders... Read more
Man Lin street is one of the main streets in Sai Kung pier linking to other places. Along the road of Man Lin street, the first thing that catches your eyes must be the different enormous graffiti hanging on the wall across the street. Thes... Read more


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