Regular Guided Tour|Yim Tin Tsai

Arriving in the Hakka Field

  • Between 22 November 2023 and 14 January 2024, Tuesdays to Sundays and Public Holidays
    Tue to Fri:
    14:00-15:30 (Cantonese)
    Sat to Sun and public holidays:
    11:00-12:30 (Mandarin or English)/
    12:00-13:30 (Cantonese) /
    14:30-16:00 (Cantonese)
    For available slots, please refer to the details on registration platform.

  • [Joining 11:00 tour]
    Departing from Sai Kung New Public Pier: 10:15
    [Joining 12:00 tour]
    Departing from Sai Kung New Public Pier: 11:15
    [Joining 14:00 tour]

    Departing from Sai Kung New Public Pier: 13:15 / Departing from Sharp Island Pier: 13:05
    [Joining 14:30 tour]
    Departing from Sai Kung New Public Pier: 13:15 / Departing from Sharp Island Pier: 14:05
    Participants may also get other kaito tickets from operators at Sai Kung Pier to get to Yim Tin Tsai

  • 1.5 hours

  • Yim Tin Tsai

  • All ages

  • 18

  • Cantonese, English, Mandarin

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Hakka Culture Route

Back to 300 years ago, a Hakka couple wandered and settled in Yim Tin Tsai, starting the road of salt production here, which was famous for its salt production. From time to time, Hakka culture has long been integrated into Yim Tin Tsai. The seemingly ordinary island also has extraordinary value. Looking back, the life of our ancestors is completely different from the present. Their lives are closely connected with nature. Among them, the Hakka people are better at using natural resources to live and have a close relationship with nature. Many of their cultural customs are closely related to nature. It is precise because of the abundant natural resources on the island that the people on the island are given the possibility to create a variety of life with local materials and to co-exist harmoniously with nature. Let’s walk on the small island together and feel the local feelings through the life traces of the villagers.

Note: Please bring along a cable headset (3.5 mm audio cable) to connect with audio guide equipment. If you don’t have one, you can borrow a sterilised headset on the day of the event.

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