Located in the Sai Kung Country Park, this beautiful bay offers a wonderful get-away destination for anyone weary of the big city. Four white sand beaches lay at the bottom of a rugged volcanic slope, with opportunities for swimming and surfing. Be aware that there are no lifeguards and that the currents can be treacherous - not to mention the large waves, as the name implies. Getting there takes some time, but you can reach the bay by bus, taxi or charter a boat. There are a few food stalls along the beach. You can also rent surf boards and take lessons. If you're feeling particularly frisky, take advantage of the hiking trails at the top of the bluff; they offer spectacular views of the coast.
The climb up this ridge over the Hong Kong harbor, named for its long ridgeline protruding from the... Read more