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Lighthouse at Lei Yue Mun

Enjoy Seafood at Lei Yue Mun

If  you go boating a lot in Hong Kong, you will hear the name “Lei Yue Mun” quite often. It is a narrow channel located at the east end of Victoria Harbor between Kowloon and Hong Kong Island. But normally, when local people say “Lei Yue Mun”, they usually refer […]

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Pig Kisses Dog at Waglan Island (Photo by Chensong)

Pig Kisses Dog

“Pig Kisses Dog” is actually a sea cave at the north end of Waglan Island located at the southeast corner of Hong Kong. The left part of the rock looks like a pig and the right part looks like a dog. Their mouths join together over the sea cave as […]

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Pui To Shan | Castle Peak (Photo by Chensong)

Climb High at Chung Yeung Festival

Chung Yeung Festival (9th day of the 9th month in the Chinese lunar calendar) is a public holiday in Hong Kong. Number 9 means “long” or “forever” in Chinese, so it is a festival to show respect to old people. During the day, members of the family usually climb a […]

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Fishing Rafts at Tam Shui Wan and Shek Tsai Wan (Photo by Yip Ho Fai 一毫子)

Ma Wan

Ma Wan is just a small island in Hong Kong between Lantau Island and Tsing Yi Island, but it is definitely worth visiting during your stay here. Originally, Ma Wan’s infrastructure was not very well developed, but thanks to the establishment of the new Hong Kong International Airport, Lantau Link […]

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Fishing Villages near Yung Shue Wan (Photo by Yip Ho Fai 一毫子)

Lamma Island

Lamma Island, a.k.a. Pok Liu Chau, is the third largest island in Hong Kong. It got its Chinese name “南丫” (meaning Y at South) from its location at South and fork shape on the map. “Lamma” is just a colloquial pronunciation of its Chinese name “Nam ah”. Chow Yun-fat, the […]

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Lohas Park seen from Lei Yue Mun (Photo by @Eva_va_va)

Fog in Spring

In spring, Hong Kong is quite humid. At this time of year, cold air from north gradually recedes and warm air comes in from the sea. However, water near the coast is still very cold, which cools down the air near the ground. Water vapor may condense into tiny water […]

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Hong Kong Wetland Park - Bird Watching (Photo by Chensong)

Bird Watching at Hong Kong Wetland Park

Hong Kong is primarily known to be a shopper’s paradise, but it has much more to offer than trendy boutiques and charismatic street markets. Fused with Asian and European cultures, most people don’t see Hong Kong beyond its metropolitan area. By traveling past the city center, you’ll encounter a lot […]

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Bird View of High Island Reservoir (Photo by HKSAR)

The Battle of Water

As we all know, Hong Kong was a British colony for more than 100 years. Before it was transferred back to China, its strategic role as the portal between the western and eastern economy and ideology was valued by both China and Britain. Therefore, geopolitics is the top concern in […]

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Yin Tsz Ngam at Tai Long Wan (Photo from internet)

Swallow Caves

Yin Tsz Ngam literally means Swallow Cave in Chinese. It is actually several caves located at the northeast coast of Tai Yue Ngam Teng where lots of swallows and bats build their nests. Suffered from the northeast monsoon and tide for millions of years, the coastline of Sai Kung Peninsula […]

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Tai Tau Chau (Photo by Matthew Ho)

Tai Tau Chau at Shek O

Shek O is a popular place in Hong Kong Island for swimmers, barbecue lovers and Cantopop music video shooting. It is surrounded by South China Sea, Big Wave Bay and Cape D’Aguilar Peninsula. Tai Tau Chau connects to Shek O through a tombolo. But hikers do not need to worry […]

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