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Nan Lian Garden
#1 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
One of the most picturesque buildings is the golden Pavilion of Absolute Perfection! Highly recommended to walk around and enjoy nature :)
There are many city parks but this one is unique with its bonsai, art gallery, rockery and gift shop and tea house, in addition to the traditional koi pond and beautiful garden.
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Dragon's Back
#2 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
I'd recommend this trail to visitors who want to see great views and the full diversity of Hong Kong, from sky scrapers in the city, through to hiking through the hugh national park and finishing at a beach watchi...
Hong Kong has shopping, food, and amusement parks, and so I was happy to have stumbled upon this little gem of a trail.
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Chi Lin Nunnery
#3 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
This is a wonderful place, a perfect place to stroll around a beautiful garden and contemplate the wonders of nature.
walk into the Nan Lian Gardens and walk up the steps and through the arch for the most scenic way to walk into the Chi Lin Nunnery, The gates to the nunnery closes at 4:30 where the park was open to 7 pm so if tim...
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Sai kung East Country Park
#4 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Sai Kung is a great place for seafood and from this village, you can take a taxi to visit the Geopark at the High Island Reservoir (East Dam) or do some hiking around the Sai kung East Country Park.
An information house guides introduces and elicits the history of the park, its fauna and flora as well as the culture of the indigenous people, in particular the Hakka.
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Lantau Trail
#5 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
If you have time and want to get away from the bustling city, the Lantau Trail is a well marked trail for some peace, nature bonding and exercise.
2 of my friends and I took bus 23 from Tung Chung Bus Terminus, near Tung Chung MTR, alighted at Park Kung Au bus stop and started our hike up to Lantau Peak at 934m (remember we cross 2 mountain peaks before reac...
Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery
#6 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Without doubt one of the best spiritual highlights of Hong Kong... which fits perfectly into breathtaking nature.
An impressive park, aside from seeing the big Buddah, you have the Po Lin Monastery and the Ngone Ping village as well as little eateries and gift shops.
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Lantau Island
#7 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
You only need to hike ten minutes off the crowdy tourist trap of the Tian Tan Buddha and you find yourself in magnificent scenery, great hike trails, peace, nature, birds singing and very few people around.
For the Sunset Peak or Tai Tung Shan, it is the third highest peak in Hong Kong and is within Lantau South Country Park and Lantau North Country Park and stands at a height of 869 metres above the sea level.
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Edward Youde Aviary
#8 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
While in the park, the Tai Chi Area is highly recommended, make sure to walk up the tower in there (if physically able) and check out a great view of the mountains, water, and famous skyline!
If you ever feel the need of breathing comfortably and reenergizing yourself, take advantage of the city's many parks, such as Kowloon Park and Hong Kong Park, where one finds this wonderful aviary.
MacLehose Trail
#9 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
If you are a nature lover and is fit, you can conquer it in a week.
This trail stretches for many kilometres through country parks.
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Lantau Country Park
#10 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
The park is what the cable car goes over and is just gorgeous; if you had the time (or fitness!) There's a path that winds it's way roughly under the cable car and would take in great views and lovely scenery as y...
I went to visit the Big Buddha (Tan Tian Buddha) and Po Lin Monastery at Ngong Ping within the Lantau Country Park.
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Victoria Harbour
#11 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Great views from the restaurants At 8:15 a light show Spectacular harbour A lot to see and do But would find a restaurant and park yourself or get on a boat and watch the lights
The result: an impressive juxtaposition of the unique skyline filled with skyscrapers that defied the limitations of nature!
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Hong Kong Park
#12 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Located away from HK's skyscrapers, glitzy shopping malls, narrow streets filled with shopping therapies and gourmet delights, Hong Kong Park offers a relief from cosmopolitan city living.
Beautifully landscaped, Hong Kong park has a tea house (who do lovelly teas and delicious dim sum style snacks), an indoor garden and a huge avairy... it is isnt a huge park but it is small and well formed.
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Kadoorie Farm and Botanical Gardens
#13 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
It's excellent for young children, nature lovers, anyone who wants to see plant life unique to this region, or those who simply want to get away from the bustle of the city for a day.
Glad I did cause it helped us a lot with planning our walk around the park.
Lamma Island
#14 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
One hike is a red trail starting and finishing in Sok Kwu Wan - this trail is very quiet - great nature, little shrines and graves on the way, ruins of villages.
We were pleasantly surprised with the laid back nature of Lamma island and was a greatly appreciated change of pace after spending a couple of hectic days on Hong Kong island.
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Shek O
#15 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
We played in sand, made a sand house, clicked, roamed and enjoyed cool breeze, nature and its beauty.
40% of our land is Country Park and our trees enjoy a great quality of life.
Ocean Park
#16 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Examples Ocean Park, Disneyland, Lantau, Victoria Peak, New Territories, Shopping Malls, Theaters, Maximum variety of Excellent cuisines, Great Beaches, Bird Sanctuary, Great Hikes, Scuba Diving, sailing, swimming...
There are many unique aspects to this park, most amazing of which is watching a tremendous variety of fauna, from varieties of penguins to koala bears, sea horses to jelly fish, pandas to polar bears and any fish...
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Cheung Chau Island
#17 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
If you're feeling a bit more nature-oriented and want to have a break from the pollution of the city, I would highly recommend the place as a day trip destination.
Highly recommend hiking if you love nature
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Lion Rock Country Park
#18 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
I love hiking in the evening to enjoy great views with wind, the starry sky and the nature.
Outstanding park and urban hiking
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Lion Rock
#19 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Also, you will stop by the Lion Rock Park which has bathroom facilities to get clean up a little bit.
It took us less than 5 minutes to get a taxi once we arrived at the park -- it appears many hikers start here (rather than finish) so it was easy to grab a taxi as people got dropped off.
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Repulse Bay
#20 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Lots of restaurant facing the ocean, a park, stores, common areas, a local market and the views...! Bring your towel and sunscreen and nap on the beach and swim on the ocean.
Love to walk here from the Ocean Park MTR along the coastal path via deep water bay.
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Hong Kong Wetland Park
#21 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
A visitor centre — Wetland Interactive World — and a 60-hectare Wetland Reserve will enhance your understanding and enjoyment of this ecosystem as you appreciate the beauty of nature and explore the amazing wildli...
... 706 its in station 1 , and ready your $30HK admission fee, but remember to wear your comfy shoes, the park really huge~ so many things to see, such as diff.types of birds, fishes, butterflies, etc., definitely...
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Kowloon Park
#22 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Located in Kowloon (of course), Kowloon Park is very huge, you got a swimming pool (very good) and many places to walk, sit, drink ... Best way : Take an ice cream in McDo in the Park and walk : Amazing !
Kowloon Park is the perfect place for a time off, where you can truly feed your senses with the natural green color of the trees, and the wonderful natural colors of the flowers in every corner... it's the place w...
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Kowloon Walled City Park
#23 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
The Kowloon Walled City Park is a little off the normal tourist trail in Hong Kong, but well-worth the taxi ride or 20 minute walk from Lok Fu MTR station.
The park is peaceful with many different paths to explore and different themes in the garden, one has Chinese zodiac sculptures, another is.
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Old Peak Road
#24 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Great walk in the nature, different path to choose, on a side of the mountain there's also a reservoir.
If you like hiking / nature this is worth it for the views towards the top but it’s not for the faint hearted!
Central Hiking Lamma Trail
#25 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
A hike amongst nature.
Peng chau Island (Ping chau, Pingzhou)
#26 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
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Big Wave Bay Beach
#27 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Beautiful nature and nice atmosphere, The place for surfing beginners in HK
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Hong Kong Zoological and Botanical Gardens
#28 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
... a full-blown zoo in the 1800s in the gardens of the British governor's mansion, but since the 1950s has been dedicated more to conservation and protection than entertainment, as all the best wildlife parks are.
As for the rest of the gardens, picture a typical Victorian Municipal park, pathways, shaded bowers and benches, immaculately laid out flower beds, in fact there was a veritable army of hatted men and ladies plant...
Victoria Park
#29 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
You can find the tennis Courts, Bowling Green, Soccer Pitches, Basketball Courts, Fitness Stations, Jogging Trail, Children Playground, Model Boat Pool, Swimming Pool Complex …in the Park It’s very convenient & si...
It's a huge park, and very clean, where you can find a great shade area or bench and kick back and escape the city for a short time.
East Dam of High Island Reservoir
#30 of 167 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
The park itself is peaceful.