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Best things to do in Sai Kung District

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Natural Feature
“go to sai kung take a taxi to the pavillon and hike 40 min (easy hike) to the best beach of Hong Kong (if you dont want to hike back you can take a boat simply ask for it at the restaurant in Ham tin Beach)”
11 locals recommend
Pier
“Somewhat far but my favorite area for boat trips, or just eating overlooking the sea and islands full of houses.”
7 locals recommend
Hotel Bar
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“When you get tired of the "classic" HK skyline, try a different angle - Sugar is the more lowkey equivalent of some of the more popular rooftop bars in Central. Sunny Sunday afternoons are best enjoyed with a margarita in your hand!”
11 locals recommend
History Museum
“World War II fortifications and interpretation centre. http://hk.coastaldefence.museum/en_US/web/mcd/aboutus/introduction.html”
3 locals recommend
Establishment
“A restaurant zone of East and West cuisine. Over looking the harbor front. A nice place for dinning goer.”
4 locals recommend
Mountain
1 local recommends
Locality
“Saikung is a Mecca for hiking and outdoor activities. Beaches, sporting facilities, cafes, bars etc. A little difficult to get to, but worth the trip. ”
25 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Shopping mall housing a Japanese supermarket (Apita), cinemas, ice skating ring and several restaurants (Simply Life, Greyhound Cafe, Sen-Ryo) and shops (Muji, Uniqlo).”
4 locals recommend
Establishment
“Yes. Eating in the famous HK University of Science and Technology. Dim Sum at the Chinese restaurant is worth a try. Scenery within the campus is stunning. Near my place.”
3 locals recommend
Park
2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“hiking+beach+camping. the best treat you can do. This is a secret spot and considered the best beach in HK. not easy to get to but definitely worth it.”
4 locals recommend
Establishment
“The village of Sai Kung is also noted locally for its seafood restaurants, many of which congregate on the seafront, known as ‘Seafood Street”
2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Trans-Island Limousine operates more than 15 bus routes to different parts of China, which includes Shenzhen airport, Guangzhou etc. Its ticketing centre and bus stop are just 3 minute walk from the hostel”
1 local recommends
Administrative Area Level 2
“Best for fresh seafood. You can take a boat ride out to nearby island or do some hiking there. There is a minivan stop 15 minutes from our place, the minivan can take you there in 1/2 hour.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great local restaurant serving Fusion food. Lots of atmosphere and great service. Quite expensive however.”
3 locals recommend