Sai Kung is located in the New Territories, and comprises of the southern half of Sai Kung Peninsula and Clear Water Bay Peninsula plus a strip to the east of Kowloon.
In contrast to the densely populated areas of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, Sai Kung District’s heartland is a coastal area characterized by beautiful scenery, charming small villages and seascapes. The area is known for its pristine beaches and tranquil living. As a former fishing village, Sai Kung Town is a mecca for seafood lovers, locals and tourists alike. Sai Kung is serviced by the MTR system’s Tseung Kwan O Line with the nearest MTR station to Sai Kung Town being Hang Hau. Highlights: -Sai Kung Country Park features numerous small villages and beautiful beaches. Big Wave Bay is one of the few places in Hong Kong where surfing is possible, particularly in the winter months. -Sai Kung has some of the most beautiful and cleanest beaches in Hong Kong. Here is a list of the beaches in Sai Kung: Clearwater Bay Beach, Silverstrand Beach and Big Wave Bay. -On summer nights, people can hire small boats known as sampans to go cuttlefish fishing.
Hing Keng Shek