tai long wan
I was among people who emailed the government, in response to preparations for development at Sai Wan, Tai Long Wan.
Developers damaging areas that are within yet technically excluded from country parks is hardly a new issue; development was earlier prevented at Sha Lo Tung (long running saga there!), and at Ham Tin, Tai Long Wan, and damaged places include Sham Cheung on south shore of Tolo Harbour. Now, however, the issue is more in the spotlight, and South China Morning Post has been active, including with list of areas that have been bought by developers.
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is there a sharks net there? and is there a surfboard rental shop there?
Tai Long Wan, Sai Kung
Info from Hong Kong's Great Outdoors
A beautiful area: long, white sand beaches backed by abandoned farmland and ringed by hills and headlands. Trails offer longer hikes to the north over Sharp Peak, and south through Sai Wan.
Though it takes some effort to reach, Tai Long Wan (Big Wave Bay) on the eastern Sai Kung Peninsula is set in perhaps the most beautiful scenery in Hong Kong. There are three beaches between headlands that sweep up to hills and ridges, old villages amidst abandoned farmland, a network of trails, and small restaurants catering mainly to hikers.
A short summary of Hong Kong tourist attractions including hiking trails, a nature reserve, and islands.
Tai Long Wan, on the east coast of the Sai Kung Peninsula, has white sand beaches flanked by rugged headlands.