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Tiger Roar Rock River, Kau Nga Ling, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

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Tiger Roar Rock River is at the top of Mid Kau Nga Hang in Lantau Island, it is at the intersection of Mid Kau Nga and East Kau Nga. The rock river is about a hundred metre high, numerous rocks (fallen from the upper ...

Tiu Tang Lung, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Tiu Tang Lung is located at northern east side of New Territories, it is 416m high, the peak at the east of Wu Kau Tang. At the top, there are splendid full view of Yan Chau Tong, and is a hotspot for sunrise viewing....

Kau Keng Shan, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

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Kau Keng Shan is a hill in Tuen Mun, it is located at the western area of Tai Lam Country Park, it is 507m high. There are marvelous sights of Castle Peak, Golden Coast and Tai Lam Chung’s The Thousand Islands.

Kau Nga Ling, Lantau Island, Hong KOng

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Kau Nga Ling (Dog Teeth Range) is located at Lantau Island, the branch range of Lantau Peak, the eastern side of Shek Pik Reservoir. ‘Kau Nga Ling’ literally means the ‘hill of dogs’ teeth’ due to its thin and rugged ...

Kau Nga Ling, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

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Kau Nga Ling (Dog Teeth Range) is located at Lantau Island, the branch range of Lantau Peak, the eastern side of Shek Pik Reservoir. ‘Kau Nga Ling’ literally means the ‘hill of dogs’ teeth’ due to its thin and rugged ...

Hung Shek Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Hung Shek Mun is located at northern east New Territories, in the northern east side of Plover Cove Reservoir. It is a waterway between Kang Mun Tsui and Double Island. There are many natural striking reddish stones i...

Kau Keng Shan, Tuen Mun, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Kau Keng Shan is a hill in Tuen Mun, it is located at the western area of Tai Lam Country Park, it is 507m high. There are marvelous sights of Castle Peak, Golden Coast and Tai Lam Chung’s The Thousand Islands.

Tsam Chuk Wan, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Tsam Chuk Wan is a bay of San Kung facing to Southern Sea, the bay opposite outside is Kau Sai Chau. Tsam Chuk Wan Training Centre (Sea) and Japanese martyrs monument