I appreciate the way people in Hong Kong prepare their seafood. A charming little town called Sai Kung has some good restaurants that will have you coming back for more. Although a little steep in price given that many tourist frequent this place, Sai Kung has more than just seafood restaurants to offer. It's fun eating at a seafood restaurent as u...more
After 1 year , the Government of Hk coorperate with the environmental association, the coral and the marine organisims are protected. I can see that the clear water and fishes as well as coral.If you want to see more inside the water, you have find the way inside the brushes. Or you can wear swimming suit walk or swimming is ok , the water is not...more
Half moon bay is a perfect place to swim in HK. May be many people would recommend you to go Clear water Bay to enjoy the sun and water in HK, but I would recommend you to get on the locals boat to the island (half moon bay if u mentioned). When you get there, you might have the feeling of owning this island of your dream.more
Sai Kung is famous for its seafood (hoi sin)restaurants, mainly because of its close location to the sea.When you are enjoying your seafood at a seaside restaurant, have you ever thought of cooking seafood by yourself in Hong Kong? Instead of go fishing, you can get fresh seafood easily in Sai Kung. At the pier, a floating seafood market operates...more
What a funny scene to spend your afternoon. those boats come at about 2 something - 3 and sell the seafood that they just got not long ago. you can see many people are standing and waiting for them at the pier. bargaining with fishermen and fisherwomen and it's great fun!more
If seafood is your thing, then Sai Kung is the place for you!! The entire "main" part of town is located on the ocean, and is lined with many seafood restaurants... These ocean-front eateries are served in a more traditional Chinese style, with lots of sharing dishes and strange creatures with eyes still intact.If you're looking for something a...more
The restaurant is directly on the the sea promenade and left beside are a lot of fresh sea food dealers where you can collect the seafood you want to find on your plate shortly later.The food ist delicious, the staff is very friendly and fast. But - if you are a German and not very common with air conditioning, don't take your dishes at the first...more
I loved this place when I was living in Hong Kong! It was a real treat to go out to Sai Kung for a nice seafood dinner at Tung Kee. You can choose to sit indoors or outdoors, but I personally prefer to sit at the outdoor tables where it feels more Hong Kongy. Watch out if you need to use the washroom though! Steamed Lai Liu (Peeing?) Shrimp and...more
Common ways to get to Sai Kung:
1. Take the MTR to Choi Hung (green line), get out at Exit C and get on a public light bus (green mini bus, HK$7) to Sai Kung.
2. Take the MTR to Hang Hau (purple line), get out at Exit B, walk to the bus terminus on your left, get on a public light bus (green mini bus again, also around HK$7) to Sai Kung.
3. Take the MTR to Diamond Hill (green line), get out at Exit C, take BUS no. 92 at the bus terminus.
Of course you can choose to jump in a taxi right out of your hotel, it's totally your choice....
Whilst visiting Hong Kong I went to Sai Kung a nice little town, most things here you would expect of Hong Kong, but there was one thing that caught my eye, a little shop which was tucked away, on the first floor so you will need to keep your eyes peeled, it host a range of semi precious jewellery such as necklaces, lariots and earings, aswell as a good selection of home made teddy bears and nightwear such as scarfs, clothing for bears that sort of stuff, a very good place to buy loved ones or even just friends something unique from your visit.
I have included a couple of the jewellery pics for you to look at
I have resently had a very close encounter with a King Cobra on the peninsula leading to Trio beach and quite a few people have now told me that they have been chased by cobras as well. The one I met did strike at me and then my husband so be aware and stamp the ground if you walk the trails in that area.