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Let’s Hiking and Swimming and have our Seafood dinner at Sai Kung on 6 Oct 2012

 

Let’s Hiking and Swimming and have our Seafood dinner at Sai Kung on 6 Oct 2012 (Sat afternoon)

 

Trio Beach is a hidden gem among the Hong Kong beaches. Easily accessbile with a ferry as well as by a relatively easy 5km hike, its clear waters offer a relaxing and fun day for the whole family.

Before the summer is completely over we are going there to spend some leisurely hours of swimming and hiking. Rated as one of the cleanest, for those not familiar with Trio Beach you can read more about it here near the bottom.

We will hike there and hike back. For those who would like extra leisure and not hike back, there are frequent Kaito's available out of the beach to take you direct to Hiram's Highway. Here is the approximate route as follows :

http://maps.google.com/maps?q=@22.381985,114.273830

 

Best beach for clean freaks: Trio  (around 3PM-6PM)

The scene: The Environmental Protection Department is constantly monitoring the water quality at Hong Kong's government-run beaches and those that consistently top the list for clean, clear water are in Sai Kung. Trio Beach is the nicest and most convenient of the Sai Kung beaches: the sand is soft, the water calm and the atmosphere idyllic, with families, couples and lazy bands of BBQers. The lifeguards here lead an especially charmed life -- with so little to worry about, they spend most of their day suntanning.
Facilities: Changing rooms, toilets, showers, snack bar, public BBQ area.
How to get there: 101M minibus from Hang Hau MTR; get off at Pak Sha Wan, where a sampan makes the 10-minute journey to the beach

 

Our seafood dinner at Sai Kung (around 7PM-9PM)

Dinner Place : All the Best Seafood Restaurant at Sai Kung and the link as follows :

http://www.openrice.com/restaurant/sr2.htm?shopid=5295

We estimated $330-$400 each person for seafood dinner.  Please pay the non refundable deposit $100 on or before 2 Oct[masked]pm for our reservation tables for dinner when your name in “I’m going” List.    Please email your receipt with your name & mobile to me.

My email address : [masked]

Bank Account : HSBC[masked]

Bank Account Holder’s Name : Tai Ho Yan Peggy

 Regards,

 Peggy Tai-Co-Organizer

 

 

 

 

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  • Wendz

    Wonderful people and yummy food =) What more could I ask for =P

    October 10, 2012

  • Chelsea L.

    Hi Peggy, was in mainland china last few days and was not able to pay before the deadline. Is it too late? If not, is it possible to join the hiking and seafood only? Thanks ~

    October 3, 2012

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