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Clockenflap 2017 – Artists to look out for

Clockenflap, Hong Kong’s music and arts festival of the year, is back for its 10th run! What started out as a 1,500-people free festival at Cyberport gradually became a full-on three-day fiesta, mixing big names...

Meet Steve Pheby, Co-founder of Hong Kong Hikers

The director of Hong Kong Hikers talks to Eric Ho about his journey from couch potato to seasoned hiker I am originally from the UK. I was born in England but grew up in North...

Your guide to hiking in Sai Kung

Eric Ho treks the trails of Sai Kung to find the 12 best hikes. As temperatures start to cool, there’s no better time to get out and explore Sai Kung’s vast array of hiking trails....

Sai Kung sea kayaking

There’s no better time (or way) to explore Sai Kung’s distinctive coastlines Kayak and Hike expert, Paul Etherington puts his oar in to discuss Sai Kung sea kayaking and how he started his business How did you...
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Village Focus: Tap Mun

Visiting Tap Mun (Grass Island)  Eric Ho visits the grassy island with two names. Tap Mun is located off the northeastern corner of the Sai Kung Peninsula, sat within the opening of Long Harbour. Tap Mun...
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Camping in Sai Kung

Types of Sai Kung campers Types of campers There are three types of camper: the backyarders, the serious backpackers, and the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink brigade. Sai Kung has plenty of each. Backyarders are usually still in primary school, get...
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Sport fishing in Hong Kong

Swapping tales with Hong Kong sport fishing captain, Kim Stuart Words by Hannah Grogan  Hong Kong sport fishing is easy to do. Says the Tail Chasers founder (a Hong Kong sport-fishing charters company) Kim Stuart, who has...

Introducing…. The Sai Kung & Clearwater Bay Hiking Guide

Going behind the scenes of how the book came about  It all started with the question, “Do you like hiking?”, and here we are, six months down the track. The Sai Kung & Clearwater Bay Hiking...
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Diving in Sai Kung

Who knew there was so much to see at sea? Jovy Lai dives into Sai Kung’s underwater world with help from three local scuba experts. Why is Sai Kung a good dive spot in Hong Kong? D:...
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Village Focus: Sheung Yiu

Take a visit to the hidden repurposed village, Sheung Yiu Although many have crossed the Pak Tam Chung barriers, few have ventured to the nearby Sheung Yiu Village. The Hakka village is located along the...

Sai Kung Dragon Boat Festival Guide

Here be dragons – where to watch, and how to join Get ready for the drumming and thunderous cheers as the Dragon Boat Festival returns. Also known as Tuen Ng, the public holiday falls on...

Bike-sharing in the New Territories

Hong Kong’s first bike-sharing service launches Last month, GoBee.bike became Hong Kong’s first bike-sharing system. More than 1,000 bikes were spread out across Ma On Shan, Sha Tin and Tai Po - the number is...

Hong Kong camping first aid

First aid tips to stay safe while camping Oh, the joys of the great outdoors. Camping in Sai Kung is one of the best ways to get outside but with all the excitement and adventure, tents,...

Sai Kung’s best yoga studios

Whether you're a chaturanga pro or a complete yoga noob, here are some studios in Sai Kung that would be great to practice in! Yoga for LifeHeld at Tseung Kwan O Stadium, Yoga for Life...

Village Focus: Tai Mong Tsai

Tai Mong Tsai: Barbecues, greenery and battlegrounds Tai Mong Tsai has become a favourite weekend destination for many families in Hong Kong. Situated along the southern edge of Sai Kung West Country Park, Tai Mong...

Pole dancing in Sai Kung…

It’s been 10 years since pole dancing mutated into pole fitness, winning loyal fans as a fun workout that builds strength in the core and upper body. It’s proving so popular in Hong Kong...

A guide to Kwun Tong

What's going on over the hill? Exploring Kwun Tong. Kwun Tong and Kowloon Bay are on the up and up. The two areas have acquired a couple of snappy new monikers – CBD2 and Kowloon East – and...

Ultimate guide to High Island

Exploring High Island.   A favourite Sunday destination for junk trippers and hikers, High Island or Leung Sheun Wan, was once an island in Sai Kung East Country Park. In 1979, it was connected to the...

Sai Kung’s top 10 day trips

Great weekends in Sai Kung and Clearwater Bay. 1.Tai Long Wan Hong Kong’s most spectacular beaches comprise four long stretches of pristine silver sand, turquoise rollers and emerald mountains. Surfers ride the waves, feral cows trot...

Outdoor Yoga

Salute the sun in Tai Long Wan on a Yoga B hike. Barbarah Dudman is living proof of the benefits of yoga. Fit and self-assured, she took up the ancient Indian practice as exercise with...

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Readers’ Choice Awards 2018: the results

You voted and we counted, it's time to reveal the best of Sai Kung! Best restaurant: The Conservatory Best new restaurant: Momentai Best seafood restaurant: Chun...

What’s on in August

Throughout August Ocean Park Summer “Carnimal” A “wild” take on the classic carnival, featuring Caribbean beats and Brazilian acts and animal-themed parades EVERY hour. Entry included...

Where to watch the FIFA World Cup final in Sai Kung

Make sure you get your front row seats to the France Vs Croatia final Sunday night at 11pm! Momentai Kiosk 1 Waterfront, Wai Man Road, Sai...