Sai Kung Kayaking Guide

Kayaking is one of the cheapest, healthiest and most fun ways to get out on the water in Sai Kung. Kayakers are close enough to the water to splash themselves cool on steamy days, but cocooned and dry(ish)...

Keeping fit in the new year

Set yourself a meaningful challenge for the year ahead.  We’ve spoken to experts about how to get started and make long-lasting lifestyle changes.  We chat to Fitness guru Dayle Haigh-Smith from OUTDOOR Fitness What is your advice to get...

UCI Track Cycling World Cup

The last round of the UCI Track Cycling World Cup takes place in Hong Kong for the first time over January 16 and 17. The Hong Kong Velodrome, inaugurated in December 2013 and located in Tseung Kwan O,...

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...

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...

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...
Under water Sai Kung

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:...

Tim Stevens, Basecamp

Polly McGovern catches up with Tim Stevens, owner of Basecamp At the age of 21, I had an opportunity to join a small firm in Hong Kong as a money broker. I had been living at home with my parents in...
tap mun

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...

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...
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...

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 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...

Australian Rules Football

As the season kicks off, Annie Wong scores a goal with Hong Kong Auskick. While Australian Rules Football remains most popular, unsurprisingly, in its country of origin, Australia, knowledge of the sport is starting to...

Sai Kung’s Best Beaches

How to hike to four of your favourite Sai Kung beaches in one salty day. Part of Stage 2 of the MacLehose Trail, this route is the optimal way to see four of the region’s finest beaches,...

Paddle Power

Rory Mackay kayaks around Sai Kung Country Park on his latest adventure.   Heres what is great about kayaking in Sai Kung: The beauty and diversity of Hong Kong’s landscape is simply stunning. Ideal during the...

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...

Sai Kung Stingrays, 10 year anniversary

From 22 kids at the first ever Stingrays training session to 655 players and 148 coaches today, Sai Kung Stingrays reaches a big milestone this year - its 10th anniversary. The club was founded...

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...

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...
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News from the Sai Kung Police (January 2018)

Senior Inspector Michael Lai reports on the recent cases in Sai Kung. A dispute was reported between a man on a motorcycle and a couple...

Sai Kung squeezes small businesses

Are rents too high for small businesses in Sai Kung?  Local residents were left shocked and confused at the sudden closure of The Diner in...

New minibus proposed for East Dam High Island Reservoir

Transportation Department propose minibus from Pak Tam Chung to East Dam Runs every Sunday and public holiday, 3-6pm Full-fare costs $11.30 The Transportation...