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Sai Kung Town Centre

Sai Kung Town Centre

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Sai Kung with beautiful scenery is long welcomed by tourists, thus gaining the reputation of the ‘Back Garden of Hong Kong’. Sai Kung is originally a fishing village where fishermen frequently gather, and eventually develops into a seafood heaven. Moreover, in the Sai Kung district are four country parks suitable for hiking and outing. 

(Last updated: 29/5/2012)

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Bus Route

Origin← →Dest.

Alighting stop



Diamond Hill MTR Terminus← →SAI KUNG B/T

Sai Kung Bus Terminus



Wong Shek Pier← →SAI KUNG B/T


Wu Kai Sha MTR Terminus← →SAI KUNG B/T


NewTownPlaza(Shatin)← →SAI KUNG B/T

*  All above bus routes are low-floor buses.

Sai Kung Ferry Pier

When visitors arrive at Sai Kung Bus Terminus, proceed towards the seashore would reach Sai Kung Ferry Pier.  There is a disabled washroom located inside the Wai Man Road Rest Garden besides the Bus Terminus.  The ferry pier provides ‘Kaito’ ferry service to places like Kiu Tsui, Yim Tin Tsai and Leung Shuen Wan.  However, these ‘Kaito’ ferries are not suitable for wheelchair users.  At the side of the ferry pier are many fishing boats selling seafood. 

Seafood Street

While going along Sai Kung Hoi Pong Square, visitors can see a number of big and small seafood restaurants.  Visitors may also choose to buy seafood at a lower price from fishing boats and take them to restaurants for cooking.


Short comment:  While there are numerous restaurants in the Seafood Street, most are having steps at the entrance which make it inconvenient for wheelchair users, who may choose those restaurants with alfresco seats to enjoy seafood.

Sai Kung Main Street

Sai Kung Main Streetis a resemblance of Sai Kung Old Market, which incorporates new and old styled stone houses with small lanes of historical traditional culture.  The Old Market has quite a lot of traditional Hong Kong style café and restaurants, most are having steps at the entrance which is inconvenient for wheelchair users.


Short Comment:      Lanes are relatively narrow and roughness.

Visitors going to Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre may take bus No. 92 or take mini-bus at Yi Chun Street and alight opposite of Sai Kung Fire Station, then go along Hong Kin Road to reach Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre.  Visitors may participate in day camp, evening camp and residential camps.  The camp site has facilities such as swimming pool, archery range, American pool room, and art and craft room.  The venue is suitable for wheelchair users and has washrooms for the disabled.  Visitors may enquire the Leisure and Cultural Services Department at 2792-3828 for details. 

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