Breakaway Junk Trips

Junk Tripping Guide

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...

Interview with Escapades – Stefanie Hemshall

Founder of Escapade Sports, Stefanie Hemshall, tells us about her retail and other therapy.  Tell us a bit about yourself. I am German, my husband is English and we have three children aged between 10 and...

Village Focus – Chek Keng

Crumbling but not forgotten, Eric Ho visits the small village in the country park. Situated along the northern coast of Sai Kung East Country Park is Chek Keng, an old village largely abandoned by its...

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...

Peak Performance

Rory Mackay takes a detour from one of the city’s best-known trails. Victoria Peak, you may have heard of it... Yes, Hong Kong is for many of us our home and long time residents may...

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,...
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Sai Kung Camping

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...

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...

Tap Mun Chau

How to get to Tap Mun Chau Tap Mun Chau is one of Hong Kong’s best escapes. It’s quiet, pretty and gives an insight into a way of life that has largely disappeared. And it’s...

Where to swim

Dive in, says Henry Hsiao. Here are our top places to swim this summer. The W Hotel The gorgeous rooftop infinity pool on the 76th floor of the W Hotel is one of the highest in...

Climbing in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of Asia's finest climbing destinations. Here are some indoor and outdoor destinations to go climbing in Hong Kong. Indoors Da Verm  Run by experienced climbers, Da Verm is one of the few indoor...
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:...

The Ultimate Junk Trip Guide

Summer is approaching which means it's the perfect time to head out to sea to soak in some of those rays. Choose from the best junk companies in Hong Kong.   Jaspa’s Junks Experience Jaspa’s legendary hospitality at...

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...

Set sail

In preparation for those hot summer days, the sailing instructors at Hebe Haven Yacht Club Sail Training Centre have some expert tips for beginners to get out on the water. Have you ever considered taking...
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Hong Kong winter pools

Fancy a swim? Get your kicks at Hong Kong’s all-weather pools this winter. With the chilly Sai Kung public pool closed for winter, travel further afield to one of these all-weather Hong Kong winter across the...

New skatepark in Tseung Kwan O

Sai Kong Magazine Flips for the 852'2 Half-Pipes. It’s not quite Bondi Beach’s skating bowl, but it sure looks like it. Tseung Kwan O’s new skatepark opened on April 30 with a replica of Sydney’s...
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Sai Kung fitness regimes

Sai Kung fitness - run, stretch, play, dance or join a team Our quaint little town is teeming with exercise options. Be it team sports, yoga, pilates or an outdoors adventures, Sai Kung fitness has...

Tung Ping Chau

There’s more to Tung Ping Chau than great strata. By Nigel Griffiths. Closer to China than Hong Kong, the crescent- shaped island of Tung Ping Chau is the territory’s remotest outpost. It makes for a...

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)...
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