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We walked about 16km along well marked paths marvelling in beautiful scenery through the mountains .... though not too steep or strenuous. At the end a very attractive beach to relax and the a boat back to the town. Wonderful memories.
Located at the very east of Hong Kong, Highland Reservoir has one of the biggest capacity in Hong Kong.
You can take a taxi from the Sai Kung town center and ask them to bring you to East Dam (東壩). That will cost you around $120 for the ride.
Arrive at the East Dam you will see the spectacular tiffany...
It’s still in nice and old fashion place reminding HK in 90s
Old boats, outdoor market, fish sellers and hawkers
You get to try the taste if many dry fish as u need before you buy a pack
A relaxing place to walk around to get away from the concrete world in HK
Many local seafood restaurants and fusion cafes...
"Clean, small restaurant serves Cantonese style sweet dessert & soup"
reviewed 23 April 2018 by Sze T
It is a good place to 'refill' energy in Hong Kong .. rest your feet and have a bowl of sweet soup or dessert. I like the green bean soup with seaweed. It may get crowdy sometime and people just awaiting you to finish to grab your seat. oh well..in HongKong
Let us get he bad thing out of the way first. Just received a message from CP asking me to talk about my stay and answer various questions, this I did then was asked to write a review which I tried to do on their site only to find out the site would not accept the wording of the title...
Rooms were simple but clean.
We asked for a fridge and they accommodated us. Staff were helpful.
Our booking included breakfast which was simple but worth it coz we had jet lag and were hungry early. Most of the places in the pop corn mall (the hotel is attached to) weren't open that early. Super convenient for travel as it's...