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...

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...

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...

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...

Zip-line through Tung Lung Chau

Abseiling and zip-line novice Callum Wiggins jumps off a cliff. Tung Lung Chau is a mecca for people who like to scale walls. Whether climbing up, down, sideways or jumping between them, there is no better...
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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Sailing to Success

Annie Wong speaks to chairman and instructor of Sailability Hong Kong, Mike Rawbone. Based at Hebe Haven Yacht Club in Pak Sha Wan, Sailability offers the chance for disabled individuals to sail or at least...

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,...

Sport Fishing in Hong Kong

Hannah Grogan swaps fishy tales with Hong Kong sport-fishing captain, Kim Stuart. Sport Fishing in Hong Kong is easy to do. Hong Kong Sport Fishing founder, Kim Stuart, who has been fishing since he was 10, has...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...
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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....