Visitors may pre-book kaito tickets online. Tickets sold online are on a first-come-first-served basis with limited quotas. Route A’s tickets (to Yim Tin Tsai & Sharp Island) are Arts Festival exclusive services, while route B’s tickets (to Kau Sai Village & High Island) are sold at discounted price for getting on the public ferry services operated by Tsui Wah Ferry Service.
When making the booking, visitors may select the departure time from Sai Kung to the islands. For the island hopping trip and returning trip to Sai Kung, visitors may refer to the kaito schedules and queue at the respective pier in advance to board the kaito.
On the day of visit, visitors should pick up the physical tickets at the Arts Festival Information Kiosk at the Sai Kung Promenade well before the departure time. After getting the tickets, route A passengers will be guided by the staff to board the kaito; while route B passengers should go to Sai Kung Public Pier to queue for boarding the kaito on their own.
Visitors should keep their physical tickets properly until the end of all sectors (maximum 3). Visitors must present a valid ticket for each sector when boarding.
Sai Kung Hoi Arts Festival 2023 has successfully concluded.
Thank you for your support!
The artworks will continue to be displayed on the islands.
You are welcome to explore the islands on your own.
The next Arts Festival will be held at the end of 2024,
please stay tuned for our updates! Joy Again, Isle!
The online registration will be open from 2 Nov (Wed) 10am on a fortnightly basis, for the coming 2-4 weeks upon the system’s update. The registration schedule is as follows:
|Date Open for Registration
|Newly Open Dates of the Programmes/Tours*
|2 Nov (Wed)
|16 Nov - 30 Nov
|16 Nov (Wed)
|1 Dec - 14 Dec
|30 Nov (Wed)
|15 Dec - 28 Dec
|14 Dec (Wed)
|29 Dec - 16 Jan