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Miu Ko Toi, Tai Mo Shan, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Miu Ko Toi is located in the centre of New Territories, it is 765m high, one of the peak extended from Tai Mo Shan southern ridge. There is a fire lookout on the peak.

Ping Nam Stream, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Ping Nam Stream is located at northern-east side of New Territories, it is a stream connecting Ping Fung Shan and Nam Chung, with water sourcing from Ping Fung Shan. There were hikers died in the stream, it is also ca...

Ping Yeung, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Ping Yeung is a village located in Ta Kwu Ling. Between April and May, there is an area of cogon grass (Imperata cylindrica) in the farmland nearby.

Ng Tung Chai, Tai Po, Hong Kong

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Ng Tung Chai is located at southern west area of Tai Po District, water comes from Tai Mo Shan and irrigates the farmlands in Lam Tsuen. Ng Tung Chai waters consist of Bottom Fall, Middle Fall, Main Fall and Scattered...

Starfish Bay, Ma On Shan, Hong Kong

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A beach in Ma On Shan, near Lok Wo Sha, it is known as “Starfish Bay” because little crabs and starfish can be found around the swallow water in that beach. But, due to the rapid developments nearby, starfish is not e...

Double Island, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Double Island is an island located in northern east side of New Territories, it is a part of Plover Cove (Extension) Country Park. Wong Wan Pak Teng is the highest point in Double island, it is 154m high, the peak at ...

Lin Ma Hang / Robin’s Nest, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Lin Ma Hang and Robin’s Nest are located at northern side of New Territories, near to Sha Tau Kok and Ta Kwu Ling. There are many abandoned mine caves in Lin Ma Hang, and now have become important bat colonies and has...

Kai Kung Leng, Yuen Long, Hong Kong

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Kai Kung Leng is located at the northern west side of New Territories, its original name is Kwai Kok Shan. There are three peaks in Kai Kung Leng, which are Tai Lo Tin (572m), Lo Tin Deng (585m) and Lung Tam San (550m...

Po Kwu Wan, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Po Kwu Wan is located in High Island Reservoir in Sai Kung, it is a bay at the western side of Pai Tau Tun. There is an old fish pond, which is in unique shape of a beautiful curve, which is a secret paradise in Hong ...

Four Pool, Sai Wan, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Sheung Luk Stream is located in Sai Kung, connected with Luk Wu, the stream is running from southern east side to Tai Long Sai Wan, it is one of the nine biggest stream in Hong Kong. Four Pool is also popular in Sheun...

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....

Lau Shui Heung, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Lau Shui Heung is a reservoir which is located at Northeast of New Territories. It has long lost its irrigation function for agricultural lands nearby as Hong Kong’s farming lands have become a rarity.

Tai Sang Wai, Yuen Long, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Tai Sang Wai is located at Yuen Long, southern-west area of San Tin. There are many wetland areas, they are home to many birds. The aerial view with combination of fish pond and modern red roofs residential houses for...

Sharp Island, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Sharp Island is located in Sai Kung, it is one of Hong Kong Geoparks. At low tide, there is a tombolo connecting with Kiu Tau. Sharp Island is also a hotspot for snorkeling.

Hok Tau Reservoir, Fanling, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Hok Tau Reservoir is a small S-shaped reservoir situated in the northeastern New Territories. The Tan Shan River, flows through the reservoir and eventually empties into the Ng Tung River. The reservoir can be accesse...

Sharp Peak, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Sharp Peak also known as "Nam She Tsim", it lies at the north of Tai Long Sai Wan, it is also known as one of the three sharp summits of Sai Kung (the other two are ‘High Junk Peak’ and ‘Tai Yue Ngam Teng’). This trai...

Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

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Tai O is a fishing town, is located at western area of Lantau Island, it is also a fishing port and has a history of salt production. The buildings built right over the waterway are quite scenic, are popular with visi...

Round Island, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Round Island (aka Pak Sha Chau), is an island located at northern east side of Ngo Mei Chau. There are scenic views of layered conglomerates.

Yi O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

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Yi O is located at the southern-west area of Tai O. Since 2001, for some reasons, a footpath through Yi O on Lantau Island has been temporarily blocked. A notice board has been set up outside the village to inform hik...

Bride’s Pool, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Bride's Pool is located in Plover Cove Country Park, it is so-called sourcing from accidentally death of a bride. Mirror Pool is one other popular spot near to Bride's Pool.

Tung Yeung Shan, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Tung Yeung Shan is located in Sai Kung, it is 533m high, there are splendid views of Hebe Haven, West Buffalo Hill, Kowloon Peak, Tate’s Cairn and Tsz Wan Shan. It is also a hotspot for sunrise viewing, during autumn,...

Ap Chau aka Robinson Island, New Territories, Hong Kong

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Ap Chau, also known as \'Robinson Island\', is located at the eastern side of Sha Tau Kok, and the western side of Kat O. The area of Ap Chau is only 0.016 square km. It is one of the Hong Kong Global Geoparks. \'Ap C...

Ham Tin Wan, Sai Kung, Hong Kong

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Ham Tin Wan is located in Sai Kung Country Park, it is one of the four beaches along Tai Long Wan, and it was recently listed as official campsite. There is a rickety woody bridge connecting to the beach over a brook.

Por Lo Shan, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

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Por Lo Shan, is originally a small mountain between Shan King Estate and Leung King Estate, due to the recent weathering of rocks and corrosion, it looks like a canyon which attracts many visitors, it is now widely kn...