Sheung Luk Stream, Sai Kung – Streams & Waterfalls

Sheung Luk Stream behind Tai Long Sai Wan is located in Sai Kung East Country Park. Around a 10 minutes’ walk from Sai Wan are the Four Pools. The upper pool with a 40 ft high vertical cliff standing on its side is the largest and deepest among the four, where you can jump off from a cliff and take some cool pictures.

Dragon’s Back – Paragliding

Hong Kong has about seven approved flying sites suitable for paragliding activities under the appropriate weather conditions. Dragon’s Back, well-known for its hiking route, is also one of the best paragliding sites in Hong Kong.

Cheung Sha Beach, Lantau – Kayaking

The LCS water sports centre located at the Lower Cheung Sha Village on Lantau Island offers a wide range of seasports activities to satisfy all adventure sport enthusiasts and nature lovers.

Park View to Stanley (The Twins & 1000 Steps) – Hiking

Parkview’s rugged stretches of green, brown and intermittent cement steps offers everything you could want in an urban outdoor experience—zero cars, a great workout, cheerful fellow hikers, interesting terrain and fantastic city and countryside views.

Tai Long Sai Wan, Sai Kung – Camping

The site lies in Tai Long Sai Wan, which is one of Sai Kung East best scenic spots. It is exactly behind Kap Man Hang Bridge adjacent to the second stage of MacLehose Trail.

Ben’s Back Beach Bar at Shek O – Drinking

If you are heading to Shek O for a hike at Dragon’s back or swimming at one of the best beaches in Hong Kong, pass by Ben’s Back Beach Bar in Shek O Back Beach (5-min walk from the main beach) to have some cheap cocktails and enjoy the beautiful sunset of Hong Kong.

Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park – Paddle Boating

Paddle boating is just perfect for family with kids or lazy ones like me, especially the weather is too hot for hiking while you want some outdoor activities under the shadow (cover of the boat). The boating lake I am going to introduce you is located at Wong Nai Chung Reservoir Park which is easily reached by public transport within 30 mins.

Long Ke Wan at Sai Kung – Beach & Camping

Looking for beaches or camp sites in Sai Kung and don’t like walking too much, Long Ke beach in Sai Kung will be perfect for you, where you could reach within a 20-min walk after a taxi ride from University MTR station. Here’s the quick travel tips of reaching Long Ke Wan, Sai Kung.

Sai Kung Taxi Call Centers & Travel Tips

If you visit Sai Kung almost every week while getting tired of the traffic jam when you’re leaving Sai Kung. The phone numbers of the key Sai Kung taxi call centers and traffic tips below will definitely help.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) in Hong Kong

Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) has become more popular in Hong Kong these days. The board is more flat than the usual surf board that allows you to stand still more easily – some even bring their dogs on the board or do yoga on it.  Here’s a quick list of where you can rent Stand up paddle boards or take SUP courses in Hong Kong.

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