There has been a huge increase in people yearning for epic new outdoor experiences in recent years. However, due to the pandemic, people have missed their chance to explore.
Hong Kong is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities, but there is more to it than there is to see. Hong Kong is famous for its skyline, but mountains, waterfalls, trails, and beaches cover more than half of the city, making them great places to explore and relax.
Peng Chau Island: Peng Chau, one of Hong Kong’s most charming outer islands and well off the usual tourist trails, is about a half-hour drive from Central. Despite its small size, the island is dotted with Instagram and photo spots – from the remains of an old factory, beaches and temples, to street arts that add vibrancy to this tranquil community.
You will feel like you can breathe easier as soon as you arrive. This island has an incomparable aura that emanates from serenity.
Conquering the hiking trails
Shing Mun Reservoir: Nestled between Tai Mo Shan and Kam Shan National Parks, this popular hiking spot is a refuge for various animals, including butterflies, monkeys, cattle, and even wild boars. Stroll along the roads and trails of the reservoir to immerse yourself in this beautiful place surrounded by nature, stopping at paper bark trees for Instagram worthy images.
Adrenaline activities for thrill seekersPumping Sports: You may want to try coasteering, which involves climbing, cliff jumping, and swimming around rocky coastal slopes, providing a unique way to experience Hong Kong’s beautiful coastline. One of the most popular locations for this aquatic activity is the Sai Kung Geopark Roller Coaster Trail which offers majestic rolling hills, hexagonal rock columns, gigantic coastal cliffs, and various exciting jump points.