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Village Community Office (Leisure Kiosk)

This leisure kiosk sells traditional Hakka cuisine which cooked by Hakka families during the holiday.

Address: G/F, No.3 Yim Tin Tsai Village, Sai Kung
2

Hakka Huts

Hakka huts formed a large multi-family communal living structure. For them, feng shui is very important, so Hakka huts are faced the south and the sea.

Address: Unnamed Road, Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung
3

Yim Tin Tsai Heritage Exhibition Centre (Ching Po School)

Ching Po School was established in 1920. Now it was turned into Yim Tin Tsai Heritage Exhibition Centre to exhibit old villagers' living supplies and historical stories of Yim Tin Tsai village.

Address: Unnamed Road, Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung
4

Joseph’s Chapel

Joseph’s Chapel was a Catholic church built in 1890. In the old days, villagers joined the church for protection. This building shows a combination of Chinese and Western cultures and the tones are rich in Chinese colours. We can enjoy how the chapel merges with the countryside here.

Address: 165 Hong Kin Road, Sai Kung
5

Mangrove Forest

The mangrove forest covers the whole shoal. It is a place for wild creatures to breed and forage, and there are 6 unique varities, such as Uca arcuata and mudskippers.

Address: Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung
6

Salt Pan

This is one of the only two salt pan sites in Hong Kong.

Address: Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung
7

Jade Belt Bridge

This Jade Belt Bridge connects with a golf course. It is surrounded by mangrove forest and you can enjoy the sunset there!

Address: Yim Tin Tsai, Sai Kung

Overview

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Village Community Office (Leisure Kiosk)

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  • Walk 10 mins

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2

Hakka Huts

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  • Walk 10 mins

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3

Yim Tin Tsai Heritage Exhibition Centre (Ching Po School)

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  • Walk 5 mins

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4

Joseph’s Chapel

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  • Walk 25 mins

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5

Mangrove Forest

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  • Walk 5 mins

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6

Salt Pan

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  • Walk 30 mins

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7

Jade Belt Bridge