Free tag hiking

Five Winter Warmers

With respite from Hong Kong’s summer heat and humidity, winter is great for hiking Jungle Jaunt: Tai Po Kau to Shing Mun Why The most extensive woodland in Hong Kong, with picturesque streams. Route Start at Tai Po Kau Special…

HK Great Outdoors info

Hong Kong is far more than simply a metropolis. Some 40 percent of the land area is country park; there are rugged hills, a dramatic coastline with coral in the east, pink dolphins to the west, mangrove-fringed wetlands, old villages…

Hong Kong weather and hiking

Hong Kong’s climate is sub-tropical, with a hot, steamy summer eventually yielding to a drier, warm to hot autumn, then sometimes cool winter, and the swiftly warming, sometimes rainy spring. There are two major monsoons, with fairly consistent winds: the…

HK Tourism Forum 2004

Just back from the 3rd Hong Kong Tourism Symposium: Quality and Diversity,including a session focusing on services; another on tourism from mainland China, and one that (supposedly!) focused on diversity – including niche products and new attractions. After earning of…