Summers are usually very hot and humid in Hong Kong; practically unbearable, unless you stay inside during the day.
Perhaps you have to go to work or school, in which case, you get a welcome escape from the blistering heat.
But, what if you want to have some fun afterwards, when the sun has gone down?
As summer is slowly winding down, many are booking last-minute junk boats to live up their remaining weekends in Hong Kong.
If you are one of these people looking to celebrate the end of summer on a junk boat (preferably in the beautiful countryside of Sai Kung), then look no further!
We offer the best package to do just that…
…our newest Sai Kung Cruiser Package!
Hong Kong is known for being one of the world’s international urban hubs. Life in the city is busy and fast-paced, and one can get lost in the hustle and bustle.
As a result, many locals escape to Hong Kong’s lush countryside on the weekends. There, they can soak in the sunshine, relax on the water, and take a much-needed break.
Because Hong Kong has such beautiful natural areas, junk boating is quite popular. In the humidly hot summer months, what better way to cool off and let loose than partying on a junk boat in the middle of a bay?
And a huge fun factor of junk boating is, of course, the water sports!
So, let us introduce to you 7 of our favorite water sports that you should try while in Hong Kong!
From activities to amenities…
From boat destinations to boat types…
…get all the answers to your boating questions below!
To help prepare you for your first ever boating experience, we’ve compiled our best recommendations in Q&A format.
If you’ve already been boating, keep reading for some helpful pro tips!
Can’t wait to take a refreshing day trip this weekend?
On the lookout for your next holiday destination?
Invite your friends and family to visit the islands of Po Toi or Tung Lung!
Let us help you plan your next trip to these two hidden gems of Hong Kong by recommending the best routes and things to do there, starting with Po Toi!
Imagine a lush paradise just a few miles away from the bustling city of Hong Kong…
…and you will be imagining Sai Kung. Continue Reading
Everyone is probably already familiar with Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour and the stunning night views it offers.
After all, one of the most popular tourist attractions of this fast-paced city is the Symphony of Lights, the world’s largest permanent light and sound show (according to the Guinness Book of World Records), which is viewable primarily from the Tsim Sha Tsui side of Victoria Harbour.
This time around, however, take in this famous nightscape in a new and different way! Hear me out…
Want to take a relaxing day trip this weekend, but don’t want to go too far?
Lamma Island is a great choice!
But what all is there to do on Lamma Island?
ell, look no further! We have integrated the top three activities, according to native Hong Kongers, so you know you’re getting the pro tips!
Equipped with these recommendations, you can arrange a fun weekend trip to Lamma Island for yourself!
Cheung Chau: Beautiful Scenery, Island Vibes & A Perfect Escape From The City
Located southwest of Hong Kong Island and just west of Lamma Island, Cheung Chau is a haven just a short ferry ride away from the bustling city. It was traditionally a fishing village, and you can still see remnants of its rich history; however, it is now also a major tourist attraction. Hong Kongers find this island both quaint and charming, and they frequent it regularly for relaxing day trips, or for fun-filled festivals such as the Cheung Chau Bun Festival.
Because we also love this island’s natural beauty, we have integrated our best tips and recommendations to bring you a complete one-day guide to Cheung Chau, with both walking and boating routes, so you can see Cheung Chau from multiple angles!
Whether it will be your first time exploring the island, or if you’ve already been several times but want to pick up some new ideas for your next trip, this article is for you!