Braemar Hill, named after a Scottish village, is mainly a residential area between North Point and Quarry Bay in Hong Kong Island. Part of the hill is within the Tai Tam Country Park (Quarry Bay Extension), near Wilson Trail Stage 2 and Hong Kong Trail Stage 5.
It is considered as an upper-class neighborhood area since 1960s. Near the hilltop, there are lots of well-known schools, mansions, courts and gardens, such as Hong Kong Shue Yan University, St. Joan of Arc Secondary School and Choi Sai Woo Park.
Hikers can get a panorama view of the Hong Kong Island and Victoria Harbor from some lookout at Braemar Hill. It is also a good place to watch fireworks at HK festivals, such as New Year’s Eve, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day (July 1) and China National Day (Oct 1).
How to Get There
MTR Central or Admiralty Station -> City Bus 25 -> Braemar Hill
Braemar Hill: 寶馬山
North Point: 北角
Quarry Bay: 鰂魚涌
Tai Tam Country Park: 大潭郊野公園
Hong Kong Shue Yan University: 香港樹人大學
St. Joan of Arc Secondary School: 聖貞德中學
Choi Sai Woo Park: 賽西湖公園
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