Regular Guided Tour|Kau Sai Chau

Unearthing the Fishing Gems

  • Between 22 November 2023 and 14 January 2024, Tuesdays to Sundays and Public Holidays
    Tue to Fri:
    10:15-11:45 (Cantonese, Mandarin or English on Fridays)
    Sat to Sun and public holidays:
    10:15-11:45 (Cantonese)/
    13:15-14:45 (Mandarin or English)
    For available slots, please refer to the details on registration platform.

  • [Joining 10:15 tour]
    Departing from Sai Kung Public Pier: 09:30 (the only suitable kaito)
    [Joining 13:15 tour]
    Departing from Sai Kung Public Pier: 11:30/
    Departing from Leung Shuen Wan Pier: 12:30

  • 1.5 hours

  • Kau Sai Chau

  • All ages

  • 18

  • Cantonese, English, Mandarin

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Fishing Village Culture Route

Kau Sai Chau is the biggest island in Sai Kung and home to Hong Kong’s only public golf course. Tucked in the south corner of the island is the picturesque Kau Sai Village, which has a strong fishing culture. Fishermen used to live on fishing boars and gradually moved to live on shore. Nowadays, some equipments and techniques still remain on the island. Villagers even insist on organising Hung Shing Festival which attracts lots of visitors. The tour will guide you through the more than 200-year history of Kau Sai Village to understand the wisdom of fishermen and experience the treasure of rural cultures.

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.

About Kaifong Tour



Founded in 2016, Kaifong Tour is a social enterprise dedicated to promoting meaningful connections and engagement in Hong Kong’s local communities. It designs and organises tours, which takes place at the heart of communities as “the scene of action”. Through community building, education, sustainable tourism and other community projects, Kaifong Tour aims to create a people-oriented and sustainable environment for our communities to develop.