Famous for its seafood restaurants, Sai Kung is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. I’ve been here many times before, typically to the same seafood restaurants, but lately also as a jumping off point for hiking activities. However, the other evening was the first time venturing beyond the busy harbour – and I was surprised to find quiet streets packed with small and cozy restaurants and cafés, and a much more local feel. If you’ve only ever been to the main harbour, I encourage you to check out the quieter side of town. These small hidden side streets have great character.