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How do you get to Sai Kung Rock Falls?

How do you get to Sai Kung Rock Falls?

How to get there:

  1. Take the MTR to Choi Hung (green line), get out at Exit C and get the 1A Green Minibus to Sai Kung (40 mins)
  2. Take Minibus 29R or a taxi from Sai Kung town (outside McDonalds) and alight at the Sai Wan Pavilion terminal (30 mins)

How big is Sai Kung?

approximately 130 square kilometres
Sai Kung District covers approximately 130 square kilometres (50 sq mi) land area as of 2018, It had a population of 461,864 in 2016 by-census, most of it in Tseung Kwan O (398,479).

How spend a day in Sai Kung?

Find fun things to do in Sai Kung

  1. Tai Long Wan. mercedeshutton.
  2. Tikitiki Bowling Bar. Tikitiki Bowling Bar.
  3. Four Pools.
  4. Splash Hong Kong.
  5. Yim Tin Tsai Village.
  6. Go island hopping.
  7. High Island Reservoir.
  8. The Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course.

Is Sai Kung a city?

Name. Sai Kung Town, or just Sai Kung, was established as a market town for the surrounding villages as 西貢墟, around 100 years ago. Nowadays, in legal documents, the town is more often referred to as 西貢市. Despite in modern transliteration, 市 usually meaning city, in Classical Chinese, 墟 and 市 both mean market.

What should I buy in Sai Kung?

7 Local Shops in Hong Kong’s Sai Kung District

  • Buy organic veggies at Chung Heng Organic Shop.
  • Sample local brews at The Bottle Shop.
  • Check out ceramic artwork at Kuro Vale.
  • Take a break at Pan Da Cafe.
  • Support traditional craftsmanship at Chiny & Mercury.
  • Go back in time with Vintage HK.

How was Cheung Chau formed?

FORMATION OF cHEUNG chau Cheung Chau North and Cheung Chau South were two separate islands in the past. However, with the effect of sea waves and winds, they carried rocks and pebbles on the shores. After a long time, sandspits were built along the coast on both north and south islands.

Is Sai Kung worth visiting?

Sai Kung is one of the best scenic escapes in Hong Kong. The district attracts nature adventurers and water-sport junkies alike who come for its idyllic beaches and a slice of Hong Kong that is far (but not too far) from the high rises of the central district.

Where is Tung Ping Chau?

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Tung Ping Chau (Ping Chau) sits in Mirs Bay of the northeastern waters. It is the easternmost outlying island of Hong Kong. This crescent-shaped island, measuring 600 metres long and 2000 metres wide, is renowned for strange rock formations.

How do you hike from Sai Wan to the pools?

The hike from Sai Wan to the pools involves finding the hidden path that’s denoted by a wooden signpost. The hike itself is not difficult, but you do need to step through some vegetation and climb on uneven rocks.

What are the Sai Kung rock pools in Hong Kong?

The 4 consecutive pools and falls in Sai Kung, Hong Kong are the famed Sai Kung rock pools known for its gorgeous setting and the possibility of cliff jumping.

How long does it take to walk to Sai Wan?

The cheapest and the longest route, you can start at the Sai Kung Country Park bus stop and walk along the road into the protected region. You then basically follow the Maclehose trail section one until you reach the one that reaches into Sai Wan and ends up in the village. This can take up to 2 hours with no refreshment points.

What is there to do in Sai Kung?

One of the most popular hiking destinations in Sai Kung, the pools (which has a much shorter and elegant name in Chinese, I promise) is a series of 4 pools and falls that run along the river that joins the sea at Sai Wan. Although the view is great, this hike can range in difficulties depending on where and how you want to get there from.