Sai Kung East Country Park was established in 1978, and protects some of the finest scenery in Hong Kong. You can enjoy vistas and tranquillity that seem far from the madding city. Spend a day here, and you can forget the pressures of work, whether you’re hiking, swimming, surfing, stream scrambling or simply chilling by the beach.
The Hong Kong Global Geopark comprises eight sites in eastern HK.
The beautiful Sai Kung Peninsula (西貢半島) is larger than Hong Kong Island.
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is there a sharks net there? and is there a surfboard rental shop there?
Hoi Ha Wan (海下灣) is one of Hong Kong's best places for hard corals.
An excellent hike from Sai Kung passes the abandoned village of Mau Ping.
Views from Buffalo Hill recall parts of the Scottish Highlands.
Info from Hong Kong's Great Outdoors
Coastal town with one of the nicest outdoor eating environments in Hong Kong. A transport interchange, with buses and ferries, including to public golf course on nearby Kau Sai Chau.
Bus 92 from Diamond Hill MTR Station, or minibus 1 from Choi Hung MTR Station, or 101 from Hang Hau MTR Station, and unnumbered red minibus from Wanchai (opposite the fire station on Hennessy Road). All buses end at the terminus on the waterfront.
A short summary of Hong Kong tourist attractions including hiking trails, a nature reserve, and islands.