Just west of Cheung Chau, Shek Kwu Chau (石鼓洲) is one of the quirkier HK islands.
The Hong Kong Global Geopark comprises eight sites in eastern HK.
There's a fairly lon but easy coastal walk between Tai O and Tung Chung.
The beautiful Sai Kung Peninsula (西貢半島) is larger than Hong Kong Island.
Sharp Island and its neighbours are most popular for swimming at beaches, and snorkelling over coral.
The hilly Clear Water Bay Peninsula lies between Kowloon and Sai Kung.
The Silver Mine Waterfall is among the best and most easily reached Hong Kong waterfalls.
Tin Shui Wai station is the starting point of a fine heritage trail, with HK's only historic pagoda.
Hong Kong Wetland Park is a curious place - habitats small and visitor centre immense.
Exploring Hong Kong's islands, you can stroll along narrow streets, hike trails across hills and headlands, admire waterfalls, and relax on beaches.
The Zoological and Botanical Gardens is one of the loveliest outdoor places within urban Hong Kong.