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Take a walk down Sai Kung

Had enough of culture, cuisine and Central? Take a day to hike the natural side of Hong Kong in Sai Kung. Head to the coast near Long Ke Wan and you'll be amazed at this pristine corner of the South China Sea. En route are Chinese fishing villages, bamboo forests, twisting rock columns and a few simple restaurants that are perfect for a mid-hike lunch.

Take a walk down Sai Kung

Though Hong Kong is more famous for its looming skyscrapers than its natural scenery, the SAR definitely has its greener side. Travelers looking to get away from the Central jam should take a day hike to Sai Kung, a pristine corner of coastline along the South China Sea. On the way are traditional Chinese fishing villages, twisting rock columns and a few simple restaurants.

Sai Kung Hong Kong

Website: discoverhongkong.com

 

Published on Sep 11, 2014

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