The Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is on the north coast of the Sai Kung peninsula, and is located in a sheltered bay less affected ... More
Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park
The Hoi Ha Wan Marine Park is on the north coast of the Sai Kung peninsula, and is located in a sheltered bay less affected by pollution than most of Hong Kong's waters. It has a nice crop of corals and a decent showing of fish. Fishing is prohibited, but non-destructive activities like snorkeling or underwater photography are allowed. The beach is secluded and relaxing. The easiest way to get there is to take a taxi from Sai Kung; be sure to arrange a return pickup time with the driver. Tourists can also take mini bus No.7 in Sai Tung to go to the park.
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