Sea Kayaking with Paul Etherington

There’s no better time to go exploring Sai Kung’s distinctive coastlines. Kayak and Hike Ltd expert, Paul Etherington puts his oar in. SK mag: How did you get into sea kayaking? Paul Etherington: I started kayaking...

Cliffjumping in Sai Kung

Cliff jumping at Sheung Luk Stream in Sai Wan Village Summer is here so take the plunge: Sheung Luk Stream in Sai Kung Country Park is one of the world's most photogenic spots for cliff-jumping. Full How...

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...

Adventures at Crooked Island

With its old cannons, temples and lovely beaches, Crooked is an island time warp. By Nigel Griffiths. There are 40-50 people on Crooked island otherwise known as Kat O, which is now part of Plover Cove...

Horse-riding at Clearwater Bay Equestrian Centre

Hong Kong’s only foal was a good omen for the Clearwater Bay Equestrian Centre. Sweet William, the first foal born in Hong Kong for 16 years was a happy accident. His arrival proved a good omen for...

Paddles up

You’ve no doubt heard the drumming of the practice sessions out on Sai Kung waters for the past few weeks, ahead of the team's big day on June 9. The national holiday, also known...

Charles Nwanaga, Sai Kung Sharks Coach

Charles Nwanaga, Sai Kung Sharks Coach: One day after training with my team in Hong Kong, I saw some kids kicking a football around the pitch. I was impressed by their skills so I...

Top 8 Organic Farms

Garden Farm Grow your own organic fruit and vegetables by renting an allotment from Garden Farm, with sizes varying from 36 sqft to 96 sqft and costing $600-$1,500 per quarter. Staff offer instruction on organic farming techniques...

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...

Blue Sky’s New Water Toys

There’s something in the water at Sha Ha Beach... Bryan Ng Yu-fung, owner of Sai Kung’s Blue Sky Water Sport, has been on a shopping spree and invested in a bunch of innovative new...
Get fit in Sai Kung today

8 Ways to get fit in Sai Kung

Adele Rosi puts this year’s fitness trends through their paces.  Need help getting fit? Here are eight suggestions to help you get fit in Sai Kung 1. CrossFit Clearwater Bay-based personal trainer Warren Warner, who runs small...

A day in Sai Kung

Fab ways to spend your day   Breakfast of champions You won’t be left hungry with the breakfast portions at Jaspas. The restaurant serves up all-time favourite breakfast dishes including the Jaspas B.E.S.T which comes with all...

Top Cycle Tracks in the New Territories

Velodrome Hong Kong’s indoor velodrome is a world-class cycling facility. Located in Tseung Kwan O, next to the sports ground, 2012 Olympic bronze medallist Sarah Lee Wai-Sze trains regularly on the sloping track. Members of...

Junk food

Next time you go on a boat trip, drop anchor to eat at one of these Sai Kung yachtie favourites.  Yau Ley Sha Kiu Tsuen, High Island, 2791 1822, www.yauleyseafood.com.hk Everybody comes to Yau Ley. Sunny Sundays see...

Hong Kong Zoological and Botanic Gardens

Talk to the animals at the Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens. The Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens is a breath of fresh air. Rambling down a steep slope in the middle of Central, this peaceful historic...
Let's Route Twisk again

Exploring Route Twisk

Hannah Grogan follows Route Twisk to the roof of Hong Kong. Route Twisk is a Hong Kong classic. It’s easy to get caught up in all the hikes of Hong Kong. The trails are numerous...

Top Yoga Classes in Sai Kung

The Yoga House Sai Kung-based yoga instructor Emma Linnitt hosts classes for up to 10 people almost every morning plus Tuesday evenings. Beginners are welcome, with classes modified according to the ability of its participants. Equipment such as mats and...

How to get a boat licence

  You’ll need a Grade II Pleasure Vessel Operator’s Licence (PVOL) for boats up to 45 feet long, or the tougher Grade I for larger vessels. Getting a Grade II certificate means passing two multiple-choice...

Chasing Waterfalls in Ng Tung Chai

Take charge of the remaining summer season and head out to Ng Tung Chai waterfalls. A stone’s throw from the high rises of Tai Po, the Ng Tung Chai waterfalls are one of Hong Kong’s...

A Guide to Junk Trippin’

Summer is coming and why not spend a day out on the water? A junk trip combines lots of laughs, great food and healthy activity for the children.  Junk Hire Jaspa’s Junks Happy days if you’re organising a Jaspa’s...
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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...
High Island Reservoir

Sai Kung’s new heritage centre

High Island Reservoir heritage centre opens A heritage centre commemorating the villages submerged under High Island Reservoir will be opening soon along Mang Nin street...

PFS Fearless Dragon Charity Run

On April 30, around 1,500 runners will be making their way into Sai Kung’s Geological Park for the PFS Fearless Dragon Charity Run 2017....