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...

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...

10 Sai Kung fitness regimes

Run, stretch, play, dance or join a team for a fitter, happier new you. Yoga & Pilates Julie Dixon Clearwater Bay-based yoga teacher Julie Dixon runs popular classes at the Adventist College on Pak To Avenue (Tuesdays,...

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...
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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...

Sai Kung Beach Boys Football Club

They think it’s all over…they’re just getting started. Ready to ace the German All Stars Over 40s Tournament next month, Sai Kung Beach Boys Football Club has come a long way. Starting out, as all greats things...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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 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...

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...

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...

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...

Winter pools

Fancy a swim? Get your kicks at Hong Kong’s all-weather pools this winter.  With chilly Sai Kung public pool closed for winter, travel further afield to one of the 18 all-weather public pools across Hong...

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...

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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Sai Kung Chinese Opera

Chinese Opera in Sai Kung

Backstage in Sai Kung’s bamboo theatre Words and pictures by Hannah Grogan and Cherrie Yu.  It’s Saturday night and Sai Kung’s bamboo opera theatre is filling up. Families are...
Sheung Yiu Folk Museum and Village

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...
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Happening in Sai Kung this May

Things are heating up in Hong Kong and there's plenty to keep you occupied with loads of Sai Kung events in May for every...