While Hong Kong is famous for its fast pace and modernization, Sai Kung is definitely the other side of Hong Kong, quiet, and traditional. After getting off the bus route 92, you can walk directly to the Sai Kung pier by the sea. You can see the vast sea and fishermen selling fresh fish in small boats. It is full of fishing port flavor. Sai kung pier is also a perfect place for taking photos at sunset. The sunset in Saigon and the sea view of the fishing port are charming!
Take a speedboat from the center of Sai Kung, and you can reach Yantianzi in 15 minutes. In addition to the beautiful sea view, this Sai Kung island also has the ruins of salt fields, old school buildings, old houses, and churches. It was once a thriving Hakka village and Yantian Zishai salt farm more than 300 years ago, but gradually declined and the facilities were abandoned. Until 2000, the old villagers returned to the outer island of Saigon, determined to restore the old salt field and inherit the traditional salt-making technology. In addition to experiencing the traditional salt drying process, you can also enjoy the unique art installations on the island , as well as the must-go landmark “Jade Belt Bridge”.