Best parks in Sai Kung

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Explore the most popular parks in Sai Kung with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of trails in Sai Kung
Best parks (3)
#1 - Sai Kung East Country Park
Sai Kung, Hong Kong
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Sai Kung East Country Park contains the largest number of bays and coves in Hong Kong. It also features four famous beaches which include: Tai Wan, Tung Wan, Sai Wan, Ham Tin Wan, Sharp Peak. This park contains abundant scenic views, country trails, flora and fauna. Check out High Island Reservoir, man made and is the largest reservoir within the park. The reservoir itself is magnificent and garners attention from visitors far and wide. There are also a variety of major attractions located in the park such as: Sharp Peak, the trailhead to MacLehose Trail, Four Pools (midstream plunge pools), and many more!Show more
#2 - Sai Kung West Country Park
Sai Kung, Hong Kong
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Sai Kung West Country Park features stunning coastal scenery, unique rock formations, and mountainous terrain. Attractions include: the popular Coffin Rock, Cheung Sheung Plateau, and Tai Leng Tun. Looking for some history? Stop by Pak Sha O, the preserved village in the park which contains rural features such as old decorated doors and relief murals. Sai Kung West Wan Tsai Extension Park (also apart of Sai Kung West Country Park) was brought forward as a restoration project and is now full of lush forests, wildlife and flora. Visitors will be able to see Chinese Tallow Trees, Masked Palm Civets, Eurasian Wild Pigs and many more!Show more
#3 - Ma On Shan Country Park
Sai Kung, Hong Kong
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Located on rugged hills, Ma On Shan Country Park is known for the mountain range also named Ma On Shan. Ma On Shan gets its name from its saddle shaped passes, the main peak is known to be the head saddle and the end saddle is called the Hunchbacks. The trails on Ma On Shan can be challenging but the scenic views are worth it. If challenging trails are not your cup of tea, head towards the other hiking trails this park has to offer. Visitors will be sure to find something they like! Also, check out the other attractions within this park such as: Kowloon Peak, Gilwell Campsite, Pyramid Hill, and Tate's Cairn.Show more