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Aberdeen Country Park

Hong Kong Island

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Spanning Sections Three and Four of the Hong Kong Trail, Aberdeen Country Park i...
Spanning Sections Three and Four of the Hong Kong Trail, Aberdeen Country Park is well-equipped, with several trails including a nature trail, a tree walk, a fitness trail, a barbecue area, children’s play facilities, and a tree centre.  Here yo...
Spanning Sections Three and Four of the Hong Kong Trail, Aberdeen Country Park i...

Aberdeen Lower Reservoir

Hong Kong Island

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The Aberdeen Reservoirs consist of the Upper Aberdeen Reservoir and the Lower Ab...
The Aberdeen Reservoirs consist of the Upper Aberdeen Reservoir and the Lower Aberdeen Reservoir.  The Lower Aberdeen Reservoir, which was constructed first, was formerly privately owned by Tai Shing Paper Manufacturing Company.  Apart from...
The Aberdeen Reservoirs consist of the Upper Aberdeen Reservoir and the Lower Ab...

Amah Rock

Central New Territories

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Speaking of famous Hong Kong landmarks, Lion Rock would be a definite choice. Am...
Speaking of famous Hong Kong landmarks, Lion Rock would be a definite choice. Amah Rock, which is also located within Lion Rock Country Park, is also legendary. At 15m tall, Amah Rock is originally a large piece of granite standing on the mountain. W...
Speaking of famous Hong Kong landmarks, Lion Rock would be a definite choice. Am...

Biu Tsim Kok

Sai Kung

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Constructed in 1978, High Island Reservoir is formed by connecting Sai Kung Peni...
Constructed in 1978, High Island Reservoir is formed by connecting Sai Kung Peninsula with High Island by the east and west dams that enclosed Kwun Mun Channel.  The reservoir has the largest capacity among all other reservoirs in the territory....
Constructed in 1978, High Island Reservoir is formed by connecting Sai Kung Peni...

Fan Lau Fort

Lantau

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Situated at the coastal headland of Southwest Lantau, Fan Lau is called as such ...
Situated at the coastal headland of Southwest Lantau, Fan Lau is called as such because it offers stunning vistas of the boundary between muddy waters coming from the Pearl River and the turquoise waters of the Pacific Ocean.  Since it overlooks...
Situated at the coastal headland of Southwest Lantau, Fan Lau is called as such ...

Fan Lau Stalagmite

Lantau

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Located at the southwestern end of Lantau Island, Fan Lau got its name because i...
Located at the southwestern end of Lantau Island, Fan Lau got its name because it offers clear views of the boundary between the estuary waters of the Pearl River and the sea waters of the Pacific Ocean.  The name ‘Shek Sun’ has a long history a...
Located at the southwestern end of Lantau Island, Fan Lau got its name because i...

Grassy Hill

Central New Territories

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Hong Kong is surrounded by mountains, and the same can be said for the opposite ...
Hong Kong is surrounded by mountains, and the same can be said for the opposite – mountains are encircled by the city.  A good example is Grassy Hill, which is surrounded by Tsuen Wan, Sha Tin, and Tai Po New Town.  At an altitude of 647 me...
Hong Kong is surrounded by mountains, and the same can be said for the opposite ...

High West Viewing Point

Hong Kong Island

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Towering at an elevation of 494 metres as the fourth tallest mountain on Hong Ko...
Towering at an elevation of 494 metres as the fourth tallest mountain on Hong Kong Island, High West divides the prosperous Central and Western District from the tranquil Southern District.  Its summit, which can be reached by climbing a long fl...
Towering at an elevation of 494 metres as the fourth tallest mountain on Hong Ko...

Ho Pui Reservoir

West New Territories

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Much of New Territories West land used to be farmland, housing 5 of the 8 irriga...
Much of New Territories West land used to be farmland, housing 5 of the 8 irrigation reservoirs.  One of them is Ho Pui Reservoir, which is well-received for its picturesque scenery among hikers.  Apart from a small round island that emerge...
Much of New Territories West land used to be farmland, housing 5 of the 8 irriga...

Lai Chi Wo

North New Territories

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Lai Chi Wo Village was an ancient Hakka village built over 400 years. As the vil...
Lai Chi Wo Village was an ancient Hakka village built over 400 years. As the village name suggests, this area was once known for its lychee. The village sits in the west and faces east, has enclosing walls, and is inscribed with “The purple air comes...
Lai Chi Wo Village was an ancient Hakka village built over 400 years. As the vil...

Lai Kuk Ancient Trail

North New Territories

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Lai Kuk Ancient Trail connects Kuk Po Village and Lai Chi Wo Village. In the pas...
Lai Kuk Ancient Trail connects Kuk Po Village and Lai Chi Wo Village. In the past, it was the major route taken by villagers to Tai Po Market and Tung Wo Market (i.e. Sha Tau Kok Market). This boulder paved ancient trail meanders through valleys and ...
Lai Kuk Ancient Trail connects Kuk Po Village and Lai Chi Wo Village. In the pas...

Lantau Peak

Lantau

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The main peak of Lantau Peak, Fung Shan, and secondary peak, Huang Shan, forms a...
The main peak of Lantau Peak, Fung Shan, and secondary peak, Huang Shan, forms a hill pass called ‘Phoenix Gate’ in between.  If viewed from a distance, it resembles a mountain with a broken hillside (“Lan Tao Shan” in Cantonese).  This is ...
The main peak of Lantau Peak, Fung Shan, and secondary peak, Huang Shan, forms a...

Ma On Shan Ngong Ping

Central New Territories

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Ma On Shan Ngong Ping is a popular spot for camping, hiking, and sunrise watchin...
Ma On Shan Ngong Ping is a popular spot for camping, hiking, and sunrise watching. This vast grassy plateau faces Pyramid Hill, which looks like a pyramid, and there is a viewing point on the slope that overlooks Sai Kung Town and commands wide open ...
Ma On Shan Ngong Ping is a popular spot for camping, hiking, and sunrise watchin...

Mau Ping Ancient Trail

Central New Territories

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Situated in Ma On Shan Country Park, the meandering stone-built Mau Ping Ancient...
Situated in Ma On Shan Country Park, the meandering stone-built Mau Ping Ancient Trail in the valley is a simple and easy trail surrounded by verdant environs and beautiful water flowing along its route. It is an ideal hiking trail for all seasons. T...
Situated in Ma On Shan Country Park, the meandering stone-built Mau Ping Ancient...

Miu Sam Ancient Trail

North New Territories

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Situated in Plover Cove Country Park, Miu Sam Ancient Trail was paved with mud a...
Situated in Plover Cove Country Park, Miu Sam Ancient Trail was paved with mud and boulders, it was the major route taken by Hakka villagers to  Tai Po Market and Tung Wo Market (i.e. Sha Tau Kok Market); it also served as a network amongst diff...
Situated in Plover Cove Country Park, Miu Sam Ancient Trail was paved with mud a...

Observation Post at High West

Hong Kong Island

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In the late 1930’s, to face the threat posed by the Japanese, the military autho...
In the late 1930’s, to face the threat posed by the Japanese, the military authorities in Hong Kong were forced to review their defence. Apart from constructing batteries, an observation post at the foot of High West, near one end of Harlech Road, wa...
In the late 1930’s, to face the threat posed by the Japanese, the military autho...

Paperbark Trees in Shing Mun

Central New Territories

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Paperbark trees, a species commonly used for afforestation in the past, are know...
Paperbark trees, a species commonly used for afforestation in the past, are known for being well adapted to even the harshest conditions – their trunks can not only tolerate fire, but also withstand droughts and floods. You can see them lining the pa...
Paperbark trees, a species commonly used for afforestation in the past, are know...

Pat Sin Leng

North New Territories

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Extending from Sha Tau Kok to Tai Po, Pat Sin Leng is a screen of eight mountain...
Extending from Sha Tau Kok to Tai Po, Pat Sin Leng is a screen of eight mountain peaks that can be reached by following Sections 9 and 10 of the Wilson Trail, namely, in order from west to east, Shun Yeung Fung, Chung Li Fung, Kao Lao Fung, Kuai Li F...
Extending from Sha Tau Kok to Tai Po, Pat Sin Leng is a screen of eight mountain...

Pinewood Battery

Hong Kong Island

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Located in Lung Fu Shan Country Park, Pinewood Battery was an important point of...
Located in Lung Fu Shan Country Park, Pinewood Battery was an important point of coastal defence because it is situated at an area of elevated terrain looking out on the western mouth of Victoria Harbour.  Construction of the battery started by ...
Located in Lung Fu Shan Country Park, Pinewood Battery was an important point of...

Plover Cove Reservoir

North New Territories

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Pak Sha Tau, the southernmost part of Plover Cove Reservoir in Tai Po, was a sma...
Pak Sha Tau, the southernmost part of Plover Cove Reservoir in Tai Po, was a small island until the 1960s, when construction work of the world’s first ‘reservoir in the ocean’ commenced.  It was cut off from the sea by the 2.1-metre main dam, wh...
Pak Sha Tau, the southernmost part of Plover Cove Reservoir in Tai Po, was a sma...

Pyramid Hill

Central New Territories

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Pyramid Hill is called as such for a reason – if viewed from the grassy plain of...
Pyramid Hill is called as such for a reason – if viewed from the grassy plain of Ngong Ping at an altitude of around 400 metres, it resembles a gigantic golden bell rising from the plateau tinted in autumn colours.  Situated between Ma On Shan a...
Pyramid Hill is called as such for a reason – if viewed from the grassy plain of...

Rotary Park

West New Territories

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Located in Tai Mo Shan Country Park, Rotary Park is close to Tsuen Wan. You will...
Located in Tai Mo Shan Country Park, Rotary Park is close to Tsuen Wan. You will experience its uncharacteristic liveliness there as wide range of facilities including a car park, a barbecue site and a refreshment kiosk is provided. Prunus campanulat...
Located in Tai Mo Shan Country Park, Rotary Park is close to Tsuen Wan. You will...

S-shaped Hexagonal Rock Columns

Sai Kung

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Hurray!  The geological wonder at the East Dam of High Island Reservoir can...
Hurray!  The geological wonder at the East Dam of High Island Reservoir cannot be more breathtaking.  In fact, the world-class hexagonal rock columns have always inspired awe and respect.  Each of them was formed more than 140 million ...
Hurray!  The geological wonder at the East Dam of High Island Reservoir can...

Sai Lau Kong

North New Territories

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Located on the northeastern shore of Plover Cove Country Park, Yan Chau Tong was...
Located on the northeastern shore of Plover Cove Country Park, Yan Chau Tong was designated as a marine park in the 1990s.  The unspoiled habitat of the area, together with clear water, has become a well-known arcadia in the territory.  Sit...
Located on the northeastern shore of Plover Cove Country Park, Yan Chau Tong was...

Sharp Island

Sai Kung

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Located in the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark in Port Shelter, Sai Kung, Sharp ...
Located in the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark in Port Shelter, Sai Kung, Sharp Island features some geo-trails and its clear waters make it a diving hot spot.  It consists of two small islands, Kiu Tsui and Kiu Tau, which look like separate isl...
Located in the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark in Port Shelter, Sai Kung, Sharp ...

Shek O Peak

Hong Kong Island

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Although Shek O Peak sits at Shek O Country Park at an altitude of only 284 metr...
Although Shek O Peak sits at Shek O Country Park at an altitude of only 284 metres, its footpath leads to D’Aguilar Peninsula, where turquoise waters in the surroundings that stretch to the horizon come into full view.  It belongs to Section 8 o...
Although Shek O Peak sits at Shek O Country Park at an altitude of only 284 metr...

Shek Pik Reservoir

Lantau

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Completed in 1963, Shek Pik Reservoir is located in southwest Lantau and fed by ...
Completed in 1963, Shek Pik Reservoir is located in southwest Lantau and fed by Kau Nga Ling in the east, Keung Shan west, and Muk Yue Shan and Sze Tse Tau Shan north.  It used to have the largest capacity in Hong Kong, and its logo shows the ma...
Completed in 1963, Shek Pik Reservoir is located in southwest Lantau and fed by ...

Shing Mun Butterfly Garden

Central New Territories

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Children growing up in the city make no secret of their intense dislike of insec...
Children growing up in the city make no secret of their intense dislike of insects – they either avoid or smack any insects in sight. To help your children make friends with insects, why not start with butterflies? The latest butterfly checklist in H...
Children growing up in the city make no secret of their intense dislike of insec...

Silvergrass on Sunset Peak and Stone Chalets

Lantau

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Every hipster knows that Sunset Peak is draped in a gold cloak in autumn.  ...
Every hipster knows that Sunset Peak is draped in a gold cloak in autumn.  Located on Lantau Island, Sunset Peak stands 869 metres and is the third tallest peak in Hong Kong.  It is even a place of pilgrimage between November and December –...
Every hipster knows that Sunset Peak is draped in a gold cloak in autumn.  ...

Silvergrass on Tai Mo Shan

West New Territories

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In autumn, photography aficionados, as well as hikers, crowd around Tai Mo Shan ...
In autumn, photography aficionados, as well as hikers, crowd around Tai Mo Shan to take pictures of the golden silvergrass on the slope.  Silvergrass possesses large panicles and yellow spikes when it matures. The spikes sway like golden feather...
In autumn, photography aficionados, as well as hikers, crowd around Tai Mo Shan ...

Stone Circle at Fan Lau

Lantau

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Amounting to nearly 360 kilometres, the coastlines in Hong Kong were inhabited b...
Amounting to nearly 360 kilometres, the coastlines in Hong Kong were inhabited by many in days gone by, with carvings that have existed for millennia and Tin Hau Temples that have stood for hundreds of years.  In particular, Tin Hau Temple stand...
Amounting to nearly 360 kilometres, the coastlines in Hong Kong were inhabited b...

Sunset at Kowloon Peak

Sai Kung

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If you think you must climb to a considerable height to enjoy the spectacular su...
If you think you must climb to a considerable height to enjoy the spectacular sunrise, Kowloon Peak, at an elevation of 603 metres only, tells you it is not always the case.  As the highest summit on Kowloon Peninsula, Kowloon Peak has a viewing...
If you think you must climb to a considerable height to enjoy the spectacular su...

Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Tong

West New Territories

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The appearance of the countryside varies from season to season.  In autumn,...
The appearance of the countryside varies from season to season.  In autumn, Tai Lam Country Park, Tai Tong, looks its best, as leaves of groves of Sweet Gum trees turn from green to yellow and finally to red because of the chlorophyll, carotene,...
The appearance of the countryside varies from season to season.  In autumn,...

Sword Testing Stone

Lantau

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Did people in ancient times always love testing their swords? There are rocks of...
Did people in ancient times always love testing their swords? There are rocks of peculiar shapes in all corners of the world that go under the same name – ‘Sword Testing Stone’. Standing on Lo Fu Tau Country Trail, the one in Hong Kong, whose cut is ...
Did people in ancient times always love testing their swords? There are rocks of...

Tai Au Mun Kite-flying Area

Sai Kung

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The countryside is the best place to get close to the boundless azure sky. &nbsp...
The countryside is the best place to get close to the boundless azure sky.  Through the joys of kite flying, you can get a deeper experience.  If you are looking for the best kite-flying area for yourself and your children, look no further ...
The countryside is the best place to get close to the boundless azure sky. &nbsp...

Tai Lam Reservoir Islands Viewpoint

West New Territories

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Reservoirs in Hong Kong are not only livelihood facilities, but they also contri...
Reservoirs in Hong Kong are not only livelihood facilities, but they also contribute to the natural and artificial beauty in the countryside. One such example is Tai Lam Chung Reservoir, also known as Thousand-island Lake, in Tuen Mun.  Complete...
Reservoirs in Hong Kong are not only livelihood facilities, but they also contri...

Tai Mo Shan

West New Territories

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Towering in the centre of the New Territories at an altitude of 957 metres, Tai ...
Towering in the centre of the New Territories at an altitude of 957 metres, Tai Mo Shan is the highest mountain in Hong Kong.  Its summit commands the views of the mountain ranges as well as the urban and rural areas in the New Territories, attr...
Towering in the centre of the New Territories at an altitude of 957 metres, Tai ...

Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve

North New Territories

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If you are looking for mature secondary forests in Hong Kong, Tai Po Kau Nature ...
If you are looking for mature secondary forests in Hong Kong, Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve is the place.  Dotted with native plants like Wild Coffee, Anti-febrile Dichroa and Machilus, it is ideal for “forest bathing", which involves walking in the...
If you are looking for mature secondary forests in Hong Kong, Tai Po Kau Nature ...

Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir Masonry Bridge

Hong Kong Island

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The architectural artistry during Hong Kong’s colonial era is best manifested in...
The architectural artistry during Hong Kong’s colonial era is best manifested in the Tai Tam Group of Reservoirs, which is one of the six prewar reservoirs in Hong Kong. Completed between 1888 and 1917, it consists of Tai Tam Upper Reservoir, Tai Tam...
The architectural artistry during Hong Kong’s colonial era is best manifested in...

The Twins South Summit

Hong Kong Island

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Comprising the Twins South and the Twins North, the Twins is part of the first s...
Comprising the Twins South and the Twins North, the Twins is part of the first section of the Wilson Trail.  Those who cannot wait to scale the Twins South at 386 metres for the sights of the Stanley Peninsula, which stretches to the south, are ...
Comprising the Twins South and the Twins North, the Twins is part of the first s...

Ultraman

North New Territories

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Lai Chi Wo holds the largest and the most primaeval Coastal Heritiera woods in H...
Lai Chi Wo holds the largest and the most primaeval Coastal Heritiera woods in Hong Kong. Coastal Heritiera represents the largest mangrove species in Hong Kong; its huge buttress roots extend crossly to enable them to tower on the soft mud at intert...
Lai Chi Wo holds the largest and the most primaeval Coastal Heritiera woods in H...

Wang Tsat Ancient Trail

North New Territories

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Built in 1860s with mud and rocks at the hillside of Pat Sin Leng, this ancient ...
Built in 1860s with mud and rocks at the hillside of Pat Sin Leng, this ancient trail was the main track that connected the villagers of four ancient villages for travelling between Tai Po and Sha Tau Kok. This path that linked up old villages is kno...
Built in 1860s with mud and rocks at the hillside of Pat Sin Leng, this ancient ...

Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail

West New Territories

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Located in Tai Lam Country Park, Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail was the main route tak...
Located in Tai Lam Country Park, Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail was the main route taken by villagers in the vicinity of Yuen Long Shap Pat Heung. They used to carry the farm product on a pole over their shoulders and climb mountains and ridges to sell the...
Located in Tai Lam Country Park, Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail was the main route tak...
 

Aberdeen Country Park

Hong Kong Island

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Spanning Sections Three and Four of the Hong Kong Trail...
Spanning Sections Th...

Aberdeen Lower Reservoir

Hong Kong Island

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The Aberdeen Reservoirs consist of the Upper Aberdeen R...
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Amah Rock

Central New Territories

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Speaking of famous Hong Kong landmarks, Lion Rock would...
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Biu Tsim Kok

Sai Kung

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Constructed in 1978, High Island Reservoir is formed by...
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Fan Lau Fort

Lantau

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Situated at the coastal headland of Southwest Lantau, F...
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Fan Lau Stalagmite

Lantau

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Located at the southwestern end of Lantau Island, Fan L...
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Grassy Hill

Central New Territories

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Hong Kong is surrounded by mountains, and the same can ...
Hong Kong is surroun...

High West Viewing Point

Hong Kong Island

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Towering at an elevation of 494 metres as the fourth ta...
Towering at an eleva...

Ho Pui Reservoir

West New Territories

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Much of New Territories West land used to be farmland, ...
Much of New Territor...

Lai Chi Wo

North New Territories

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Lai Chi Wo Village was an ancient Hakka village built o...
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Lai Kuk Ancient Trail

North New Territories

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Lai Kuk Ancient Trail connects Kuk Po Village and Lai C...
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Lantau Peak

Lantau

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The main peak of Lantau Peak, Fung Shan, and secondary ...
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Ma On Shan Ngong Ping

Central New Territories

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Ma On Shan Ngong Ping is a popular spot for camping, hi...
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Mau Ping Ancient Trail

Central New Territories

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Situated in Ma On Shan Country Park, the meandering sto...
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Miu Sam Ancient Trail

North New Territories

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Situated in Plover Cove Country Park, Miu Sam Ancient T...
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Observation Post at High West

Hong Kong Island

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In the late 1930’s, to face the threat posed by the Jap...
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Paperbark Trees in Shing Mun

Central New Territories

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Paperbark trees, a species commonly used for afforestat...
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Pat Sin Leng

North New Territories

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Extending from Sha Tau Kok to Tai Po, Pat Sin Leng is a...
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Pinewood Battery

Hong Kong Island

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Located in Lung Fu Shan Country Park, Pinewood Battery ...
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Plover Cove Reservoir

North New Territories

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Pak Sha Tau, the southernmost part of Plover Cove Reser...
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Pyramid Hill

Central New Territories

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Pyramid Hill is called as such for a reason – if viewed...
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Rotary Park

West New Territories

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Located in Tai Mo Shan Country Park, Rotary Park is clo...
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S-shaped Hexagonal Rock Columns

Sai Kung

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Hurray!  The geological wonder at the East Dam of ...
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Sai Lau Kong

North New Territories

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Located on the northeastern shore of Plover Cove Countr...
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Sharp Island

Sai Kung

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Located in the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark in Port ...
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Shek O Peak

Hong Kong Island

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Although Shek O Peak sits at Shek O Country Park at an ...
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Shek Pik Reservoir

Lantau

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Completed in 1963, Shek Pik Reservoir is located in sou...
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Shing Mun Butterfly Garden

Central New Territories

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Children growing up in the city make no secret of their...
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Silvergrass on Sunset Peak and Stone Chalets

Lantau

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Every hipster knows that Sunset Peak is draped in a gol...
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Silvergrass on Tai Mo Shan

West New Territories

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In autumn, photography aficionados, as well as hikers, ...
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Stone Circle at Fan Lau

Lantau

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Amounting to nearly 360 kilometres, the coastlines in H...
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Sunset at Kowloon Peak

Sai Kung

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Sweet Gum Woods in Tai Tong

West New Territories

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The appearance of the countryside varies from season to...
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Sword Testing Stone

Lantau

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Did people in ancient times always love testing their s...
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Tai Au Mun Kite-flying Area

Sai Kung

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The countryside is the best place to get close to the b...
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Tai Lam Reservoir Islands Viewpoint

West New Territories

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Reservoirs in Hong Kong are not only livelihood facilit...
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Tai Mo Shan

West New Territories

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Towering in the centre of the New Territories at an alt...
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Tai Po Kau Nature Reserve

North New Territories

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Tai Tam Tuk Reservoir Masonry Bridge

Hong Kong Island

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The architectural artistry during Hong Kong’s colonial ...
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The Twins South Summit

Hong Kong Island

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Comprising the Twins South and the Twins North, the Twi...
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Ultraman

North New Territories

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Lai Chi Wo holds the largest and the most primaeval Coa...
Lai Chi Wo holds the...

Wang Tsat Ancient Trail

North New Territories

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Built in 1860s with mud and rocks at the hillside of Pa...
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Yuen Tsuen Ancient Trail

West New Territories

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Located in Tai Lam Country Park, Yuen Tsuen Ancient Tra...
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