Fishermen lived in Sai Kung as early as the 14th century. It was originally a silent fishing village. In the 1920s, Saigon became a place where villagers from all districts of Saigon came to buy and sell. As Saigon City itself is a fishing village, fishermen often gather here, and gradually developed into a seafood resort. Today, the streets along the Saigon Public Pier are all these stalls selling seafood, and there are some seafood restaurants.
Most of Sai Kung's city centre is flat roads and there are not many barrier-free facilities. Take Exit C2 of Diamond Hill MTR Station, then transfer to bus terminal No. 92 and get off, you will arrive at Saigon city centre. The central passage is wide and flat, and wheelchair users can use it alone. There are only a few uneven places, most of which are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily go up and down.
Most of the downtown area of Sai Kung is very wide, so wheelchair users can go alone.
Address : Sai Kung Town Center
- Most of the alighting points at the bus terminal in Sai Kung City Center are flat roads, and the passages are wide and flat, so wheelchair users can use them alone.
- Most of Sai Kung's city center is flat roads, with wide and flat passages, and wheelchair users can use them alone.
- There are only a few uneven places, most of which are equipped with ramps, and the ramps are relatively flat, so wheelchair users can easily get on and off.
- There are two accessible toilets located in Sai Kung Market and Fang Yat Wah Clinic
- There is a ramp in the access road to the accessible toilets in Sai Kung Market