Red Leaves, Maple in Autumn 大欖紅葉
Red Leaves (Photo by Chensong)

On Maclehose Trail Stage 10 and in Tai Lam Country Park (大欖郊野公園), it is the best place to see maple (or people usually call it “red leaves” in Hong Kong) in autumn.

Tai Lam is the second largest country park in Hong Kong, ranking just after the most expansive Lantau South Country Park. But it has the most hiking trails and the longest Maclehose Trail.

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