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Average hiking time: About 5 hours | Distance: About 13 km | Difficulty: Difficult
Sai Kung Country Park is stunning, lush and green, but few know of its hidden gastronomical treats, like tofu desserts, Hakka snack, cha kwo, stewed pork and more.
Stock up on snacks and drinks at the entrance to Sai Kung Country Park. Head east from Pak Tam Chung, following Tai Mong Tsai Road. Then turn left to Pak Tam Road. The entrance to the Pak Tam Chung Family Walk is on the left.
Kiosks and cafes can be found at Pak Tam Chung and Sham Chung.
Walk along the Yung Pak Corridor to a crossroads. Turn right here and climb through dense foliage. Emerge from the forest and into open terrain at Cheung Sheung with views across to Lui Ta Shek.
Descend and turn left to join the Cheung Sheung Country Trail, then follow the signs to Yung Shue O.
At Yung Shue O, follow the paved coastal footpath to Sham Chung, where a few village houses are located. There is a cafe, famed for its Hakka stewed pork and oyster omelette.
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