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Surf Hong Kong is a premier Hong Kong surf/SUP school and watersports rental location. We are based on the amazing Tai Long San Wan, a remote beach in the most beautiful part of Hong Kong, the Sai Kung East Country Park. We offer surf and SUP...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
No.4 Sai Wan, Tai Long Wan, New Territories | Sai Kung East Country park, Hong Kong, China
This beach is a must for those that are physically able to navigate a 30 min hike/walk to the beach. When you arrive, you must rent a kayak to the geo rocks or even to just appreciate a piece of nature in busy Hong Kong....More
After a 20 Minute walk from the Bus station you reach Sai Wan Village, which is positioned right next to the beach. In the centre of it you find the surf shop.
The shop offers a lot of different water sports equipment as well as...More
An easy hike 30mins away from the concrete jungle, lies one of the nicest beaches I have been to. Amazing views from the beach overlooking the Philippines and S. China Sea, alongside the rugged landscape and hexagonal rock formations.
I am fortunate enough to have...More
As set out to hike from Sai Kung I had no idea what was waiting for me on the other side of those mountains. After an hour of walking through a nicely paved path of jungle-like hills and streams, the arrival to the Sai Wan...More
After a long hiking, we discover a fantastic place: a bay with an amazing fine sand.
We thought and dream about sleep there and made a campfire. Our dream come true when we passed beside the Surf Hong Kong hut. They rent tent, fluff and...More
After a walk over the hills following the Maclehose Trail for about 30 minutes we came across the Sai Wan community tucked away in the Tai Long Bay .... Waves, sand and sun and Surf Hong Kong a surf shop that rented us surf boards...More
The day I went the waves started out quite small, so I had a SUP lesson instead, and was still able a little later to try surfing when the waves picked up a little. I look forward to returning for a surf lesson!