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L1 Chong Hing Water Sport Centre

Situated at the West Sea Cofferdam of the High Island Reservoir in Sai Kung, Chong Hing Water Sports Centre commands a magnificent view of the countryside.The artificial fresh water lagoon is ideal for sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, sampan rowing and colour boat paddling. The center is also a perfect place for day or overnight camping. You may wish to have a tastes of the nature in the Sai Kung Country Park or organise excursion to the nearby High Island Reservoir.

  L2 Sheung Yiu Folk Museum

Situated in the scenic area of Pak Tam Chung, Sai Kung, the Sheung Yiu Folk Museum was originally a Hakka village established by a Wong clan in the late19th century. Sheung Yiu Village and its neighbouring lime kiln were gazetted as monuments in 1981. After restoration, the village was opened as a museum in 1984.
L3 Sai Kung Country Parks

Most of the land surface of the Sai Kung Peninsula, except the village areas, is covered by two country parks, namely the Sai Kung East Country Park and the Sai Kung West Country Park, with a total area of about 7500 hectares. The most popular places in the parks are Wong Chuk Wan, Tai Mong Tsai, Park Tam Chung, Sai Wan and Wong Shek Pier. The picturesque Cheung Sheung Plateau is a favourite spot for hikers and campers.
  L4 Memorial Monuments for Sai Kung Martyrs During World War II

Situated at Tsam Chuk Wan, the monunent was built by the descendants of the Hong Kong freedom fighters living in Sai Kung during the Second World War. The million-dollar monument was completed and opened to the public on 23 January 1989.
L5 Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre

Situated among the beautiful surroundings of the Tui Min Hoi area in Sai Kung , the Centre offers a perfect, tranquil sanctuary to urban dwellers and provides numerous recreational and sports facilities, including a swimming pool, basketball courts, a roller-skating rink, BBQ sites and a children's play area, etc.
  L6 Lions Nature Education Centre

The Centre is situated on the east of Hiram's Highway near Sai Kung Town. Comprising 34 hectares of land, it is Hong Kong's first nature education center. The Centre also includes many informative and attractive field and outdoor display areas, such as an arboretum, a rocks and mineral garden ,a medicinal plants garden, a demonstration tree nursery, an insectarium and a shell house ,etc. The Centre is widely used for the purposes of public education, recreation, nature conservation and scientific studies.
L7 Hebe Haven (Park Sha Wan)

Hebe Haven is covered with moorings for pleasure boats of all kinds and sizes. The shores surrounding the bay house boatyards, hardstanding areas and ancillary businesses associated with boating and sailing. It is also a popular center for fishing expeditions with tackle, bait and equipment readily available.
  L8 Che Kung Temple at Ho Chung

Situated on the banks of the Ho Chung River, the temple is one of the oldest in Hong Kong. It honours Che Kung, a great general during the Sung Dynasty (AD960-1279) who suppressed a revolt in Southern China and was later deified by the Taoist religion. The temple, which predates its popular counterpart near Tai Wai in Shatin, has been blessing the residents of Ho Chung Village for more than 300 years.
L9 Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technolog was incorporated in Apirl 1988, and opened in October 1991, as a technological university dedicated to the advancement of learning and scholarship, with special emphasis on research, postgraduate education and close collaboration with business and industry. Attrative scenic spots include the Mushroom Window, Grand Atrium and Sundial.
  L10 Beaches

Sai Kung is famous for its beautiful and popular beaches. Silverstrand Bay Beach, Clear Water Bay No.1 and 2 Beaches are the beaches most favoured by local residents. Located at the Clear Water Bay Peninsula, the Clear Water Bay No.1 and 2 Beaches and Silverstrand Bay Beach are famous for their good water quality and beautiful scenery. A wide range of facilities are also provided on the beaches, including carparking facilities, refreshment kiosks, barbecue pits, changing rooms, shower facilities and most important of all, lifeguards on duty.
L11 Clear Water Bay Country Park

The Clear Water Bay Peninsula is another spectacular scenic spot in Sai Kung. It extends from Tai Po Tsai in the north to Joss House Bay in the south. One can spend the entire day at the Tai Hang Tun Barbecue Area, where barbecue and picnic facilities are provided and there are some magnificent vistas out over the open sea. It is also a very popular kite flying area where many colorful kites can be seen on windy days.
  L12 Tin Hau Temple at Fat Tong Mun

The Tin Hau Temple, dedicated to Tin Hau, Goddess of the sea, faces Joss House Bay within the inner waters of the Fat Tong Mun Channel. Although it is not known when the temple was first built, it is certainly one of the oldest in Hong Kong and is extremely popular. Thousands of worshippers flock to pay tribute during the Tin Hau Festival which takes place on every 23 March in the lunar calendar.
S1ˇ@Kiu Tsui Beach

Kiu Tsui Beach provides well developed facilities such as barbecue pits and public toilets, and is surrounded by some very pleasant wooded country which can be equally enjoyable on cooler days. This beach continues on the western side as a sand spit connecting to Kiu Tau, and people can walk over it at low tide.
  S2ˇ@Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology occupies an impressive 60 hectare site on the northern end of Clear Water Bay Peninsula at Tsai. Housed in a waterfront complex overlooking Port Shelter, the campus provides breathtaking panoramic views of the sea from many different levels, When viewed from the sea, the University rises from the slopes like a shining white castle.
S3ˇ@Hung Shing Temple, Kau Sai Chau

According to the stone plaque at its front door, Hung Shing Temple is thought to have dated from 1889, i.e., the 9th year of the Emperor Guangxu. According to the records of the villagers, it was renovated in 1949,1961 and more recently in 1985. In 1999,another conservation project of the Temple was made possible by a enerous donation of HK$2 million from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and an additional funding of HK$300,000 from the Antiquities and Monuments Office.With its completion in March 2000, the project was awarded the Outsanding Project Awrd, UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage 2000 Awards for Culture Heritage Conservation.
  SS4ˇ@Jin Island (Tiu Chung Chau)

The Sai Kung Peninsula and the islands near the coast are almost composed entirely of volcanic materials. Acid lavas are found in the area surrounding the High Island Reservoir and the southern islands such as Jin Island. Because of exposure to the easterly winds and sea waves, interesting landforms such as sea caves, stacks, arches and inlets add to the natural landscape of Jin Island.
S5ˇ@Leung Shuen Wan Tin Hau Temple

Leung Shuen Wan mainly consisted of 4 villages : Sha Kiu Tau, Tung A, Pak A and Pak Lap Villages. In ancient times, Leung Shuen Wan Was believed to be a military warehouse. Today, it had become a designated fish culture zone with several seafood restaurants along the shore to cater delicious food for travellers. The Temple was built by fishermen to worship the Goddess of the Sea. Nowadays, thousands of worshippers visit the Tin Hau Temple to pray for bountiful catches and protection from storms and shipwrecks.
  S6ˇ@Marine Fish Farm at Sam Mun Tsai of Tai Tau Chau

Several years ago, the Government designated Sam Mun Tsai as the fish culture zones for fishermen, usually with impressive yielding.Young fish are reared in cages suspended from buoyed rafts. The grouper, sea bream and snapper are the most commonly bred species.
S7ˇ@High Island Reservoir

The High Island Reservoir, the largest reservoir in Hong Kong with a storage capacity of 280 million cubic metres, was carved out of the sea by damming the two ends of a narrow channel between High Island and the mainland peninsula of Sai Kung.Having such a magnificent scale, the project has attracted much attention from the engineering field.It was even elected as one of the "10 Engineering Wonders in Hong Kong" in a competition. With its east main cofferdam protected by huge concrete "Dolosse" as the highlights, the High Island Reservoir is a hot spot of outing for the public.
  S8ˇ@Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau Public Golf Course

Situated in the northern part of Kau Sai Island, the158-hectare Jockey Club Kau Sau Chau Public Golf Course was donated, developed and managed by the Hong Kong Jockey Club. There are two 18-hole golf courses, a club house, driving range practice facilities and a golf instruction center. Ferry services between the Sai Kung pier and Kau Sai Chau run at 20 minutes interval between 6:40 a.m and 10:00 p.m daily.
S9ˇ@YMCA Wong Yi Chau Youth Camp

Located away from the hurly-burly of the urban districts, it is a pleasant retreat where you can relax and enjoy the tranquility of the countryside. The camp also provides a wide range of activities such as canoeing, windsurfing, archery and rope course climbing,etc.
  S10ˇ@Yim Tin Tsai Village and St. Joseph's Chapel

The ancestors of Yim Tin Tsai Village had settled in Yim Tin 300 years ago. Once the village population reached its pinnacle of 500 persons. Nowadays, most of them have already emigrate to Britain.Catholic missionaries started preaching and built the chapel in YimTin Tsai 150 years ago, a benchmark of the early development of the catholic religion in Hong Kong.

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