Any seafood lover traveling to Hong Kong must make a trip to Sai Kung.
The city of Hong Kong is surrounded by islands, and life there is tied to the sea. In many places, people live on fishing boats and make their living by selling what they catch. One of the most famous seafood spots is Sai Kung. It is about a 30-minute drive from Hong Kong.
Sai Kung used to be primarily a fishing village, and plenty of people still make their living with their boats, providing the fresh seafood that draws people to spend their holidays in this seaside town.
In Hong Kong, it is hard to find wide-open spaces. Everything has already been developed. People are drawn to Sai Kung because there is still plenty of nature to explore due to its proximity to Sai Kung East Country Park with its hiking trails and beaches.
Sai Kung is popular with dog lovers because of the many grassy areas, dog parks, and pet-friendly restaurants.
Visitors can buy fresh fish or shrimp directly from the fishermen and bring them to a restaurant to have them cooked. You can have your fish steamed or pan fried. Order your shrimp to be deep fried or try Cantonese-style salt and pepper shrimp.
Why not treat yourself to the delicious seafood in Sai Kung, and then follow it up with a boat tour of the surrounding islands?
Research by Monica Song.