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‘Joy Again, Isle’: a getaway with art and nature in Sai Kung

Locations: Yim Tin Tsai and Sharp Island, Sai Kung

Locations: Yim Tin Tsai and Sharp Island, Sai Kung

Want to escape the city’s hustle and bustle? A day trip to Sai Kung is all you need to replenish and unwind. With dramatic coastlines and unspoilt islands, Hong Kong’s ‘back garden’ is the perfect backdrop for the Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival.

Themed ‘Joy Again, Isle’, the three-year festival takes you on a healing journey of art and nature from Yim Tin Tsai as the centre to Sharp Island, and later to Kau Sai Chau and High Island. Showcasing the scenic beauty and cultural heritage of the serene islands, the festival connects visitors with nature and local stories through a series of unique artworks.

Yim Tin Tsai
Get ready for a journey of art and culture on Yim Tin Tsai
Anthony Ko’s Fragile World can be found on the island of Yim Tin Tsai

Yim Tin Tsai: a journey of art and culture

Home to the city’s only remaining salt pan, Yim Tin Tsai has a rich history and cultural heritage. ‘Sequencing’ presents artworks by six artists that connect visitors with the island’s vibrant nature and one another.
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Sharp Island
Explore the natural wonders of Sharp Island
Moonrise in Daylight by Breakthrough Art Studio is one of the featured artworks on Sharp Island

Sharp Island: an ode to nature

Three groups of artists have created artworks that shine a spotlight on the natural wonders of Sharp Island: the ‘pineapple bun rocks’ and a tombolo that is only visible at low tide.
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Visit https://skhartsfestival.hk/en/ for more information.

Explore Sai Kung
A sweet ending at Sai Kung town centre

A sweet ending at Sai Kung town centre

Wouldn’t it be perfect to end your day with a cup of coffee or a scoop of ice cream? The town centre of Sai Kung is home to a range of cosy cafes where you can enjoy light bites with a cuppa. Try the Japanese coffee shop Kachimushi on See Cheung Street, the two-storey cafe NN Coffee, the ice cream shop Hushhush, or Law of Yogurt on Fuk Man Road.

Take a stroll around the town centre and you’ll discover giant murals around every corner. These artworks were created during the HKWalls Street Art & Mural Festival in 2021— and don’t forget to take a picture for Instagram!

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