While it can be fun to hike up and over hills, there are times when it seems best to start from a place that’s well above sea level – particularly when the summer heat has arrived. One of the best…
Around 155 million years ago, when late Jurassic dinosaurs like sauropods and theropods roamed parts of China, a period of intense volcanic activity began in the area that became Hong Kong. With silicon-rich, viscous magma pushing towards the surface, the…
Lion Rock is the most iconic peak in Hong Kong.
It may be possible to revitalise Hong Kong villages so they still have rural character and are great places to live – and visit.
In southeast Lantau, there's an area that's easily overlooked, yet can make for a fine day outing: the Chi Ma Wan Peninsula.
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.
Everyone - whether in families or singletons - owes it to themselves to head out and make the most of what Hong Kong's wonderful wilder side has to offer.
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.
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…