Even if you don’t travel outside Hong Kong, your photos have to be much the same, week after week, day after day after day. Shooting from the same spot, it’s possible to take highly contrasting photos, such as by heading…
On the Cheung Chau PhotoExplorer, resident and expert photographer Martin Williams will guide you around the village, along coastal trails, and to side trails even few locals know.
While day and evening trips to the Hong Kong countryside are rewarding, a whole new experience awaits if you’re willing to camp.
As increasing numbers of people are discovering, night hiking may seem a little spooky, but there are rewards a-plenty, including tranquillity, scintillating scenes, respite from daytime heat, fitting in with busy work schedules, and – for some – encounters with snakes.
A selection of top places for a DIY al fresco experience, together with tips for packing the perfect picnic.
Hong Kong's outdoors offers a wealth of subjects to shoot - from hills and islands, to waterfalls and wildlife.
Hong Kong is a marvellous place for hiking, thanks to its splendid setting.
The Sai Kung area is astounding and ideal for sea kayaking, exploring and snorkelling.
Due to the HK Mountain Bike Association several trails have been opened to the public. We do have some excellent trails in Hong Kong, in every corner of the territory. Please check the HKMBA site for maps and details. Most…
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…