Lion Rock is the most iconic peak in Hong Kong.
Pak Sha O, a village in the wilds of the Sai Kung Peninsula, seems almost suspended in time.
Hexagonally jointed tuff is the key formation in the Hong Kong Global Geopark, which comprises eight areas in eastern Hong Kong.
At Ping Shan, there's a cluster of venerable buildings including two of the grandest ancestral halls and the only ancient pagoda in Hong Kong.
Deep Bay in northwest Hong Kong is a wetland of international importance, a magnet for migratory waterbirds.
Sai Kung East Country Park was established in 1978, and protects some of the finest scenery in Hong Kong. You can enjoy vistas and tranquillity that seem far from the madding city. Spend a day here, and you can forget…
Nam Sang Wai is part of the Deep Bay wetland.
Sam A Tsuen can be reached by an easy and very pleasant hike.
At Mai Po Marshes Nature Reserve you can enjoy impressive wildlife spectacles.
The beautiful Sai Kung Peninsula (西貢半島) is larger than Hong Kong Island.
The hilly Clear Water Bay Peninsula lies between Kowloon and Sai Kung.
Tin Shui Wai station is the starting point of a fine heritage trail, with HK's only historic pagoda.