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The Great Outdoors

When you envisage Hong Kong, bright lights, bustling markets, futuristic buildings come to mind. This lively and energetic city has so much to offer visitors with iconic sights and new, emerging neighborhoods. Did you know however, that Hong Kong is also home to some of the most spectacular landscapes; stunning coastlines with beaches tucked away, verdant green mountains and rich countryside heritage? Whether you’re an avid hiker, sportsman, enjoy some island hopping or simply a lover of all thing’s nature; you’ll discover a completely different side to Hong Kong.

 

Things to See & Do

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Lamma Island

Rest, relax and rejuvenate or simply soak up the incredible views from The Peak or Ngong Ping on Lantau Island.

For a truly memorable experience, visit some of the most beautiful locations from the many hiking trails that await.

Take in the stunning volcanic rock formations on the High Island Geo Trail or hike along the foothills of Hong Kong’s high peak Ng Tung Chai. There are numerous trails to choose from.
Often a short ferry ride away, you’ll uncover picturesque landscapes, unique culture and quaint villages on Hong Kong Island's.

On Ap Chau & Kat O, visit the historic Hakka Village and the fisherman culture that has remained unchanged for centuries.

Po Toi Island is home to some of the most stunning natural wonders and the island of Tung Ping Chau is Hong Kong’s remotest island and part of the UNESCO Global Geopark.
A fishing village with a laid-back charm, Lamma Island enjoys a strong multicultural community which has influenced the enchanting place it is today.

Stroll through the waterfront village streets where you’ll find shops selling arts and crafts and restaurants serving freshly caught seafood.

Take in the stunning scenery and learn about the island as you explore the cultural sites including Lamma Fisherfolk’s village and Tin Hau Temple.