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Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong

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Mar 19, 2023

Catalogue

  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 1 Victoria Harbour
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 2 Repulse Bay
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 3 Shek O
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 4 Tai Mo Shan
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 5 Sai Wan Swimming Shed
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 6 Hong Kong Wetland Park
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 7 Stanley Market
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 8 Lion Rock
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 9 Clear Water Bay
  • Top 10 Natural Wonders in Hong Kong 10 Deep Water Bay
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Reasons to Recommend:

Witness one of the world's most iconic nightscapes. Sandwiched between Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, this is a great spot to watch the dizzying array of lights on the two banks.


Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbor separating Hong Kong Island in the south from Kowloon on the mainland to the north. The harbor's deep, sheltered waters and strategic location on the South China Sea were instrumental in Hong Kong's establishment as a British colony and its subsequent development as a trading center. The harbor is a major tourist attraction. Lying in the middle of the territory's dense urban region, it is the site of annual fireworks displays and its promenades are used as gathering places for tourists and residents. The best place for pictures is the Kowloon side from where you can look across the harbor to Hong Kong Island.


Victoria Harbour

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
  • Address:Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong

Victoria Harbour

  • What travelers say:

I went to Hong Kong last week and stayed at a hotel in Harbour City. You can see Victoria Harbour outside the hotel window. It is lively and bustling during the day, but I prefer the night view at night. It is very dazzling under the lights.





Reasons to Recommend:

An attractive beach situated to the south of Hong Kong island by Kwun Yam Shrine. It features white sands and clear waters.


Repulse Bay

Repulse Bay is located on the southern part of Hong Kong Island. The bay is crescent shaped, surrounded by hills and the sea, and has a clean, shallow beach. One of the most popular beaches in Hong Kong, Repulse Bay is a great summertime destination for locals and visitors to Hong Kong. There are also plenty interesting sites nearby. Seaview Promenade connects Repulse Bay to Deep Water Bay and is a popular area for joggers and walkers. The quiet tranquility of this seaside area allows one to better appreciate the beauty of Hong Kong, making it a great place for couples.


Repulse Bay

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:2-3 hours
  • Address:Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

Repulse Bay

  • What travelers say:

The beach 🏖️ is very beautiful! You can swim in the water and bask in the sun 😊 isolation and several western restaurants 🍴 You can watch the sea view and dine 😋 The most distinctive feature is that there is a Guanyin Temple, with giant Guanyin statues and Buddha statues. If you want to seek marriage, you must come to worship the old moon and touch the stone of marriage 🤭





Reasons to Recommend:

This beach boasts sparkling waters, white sands, and popular mountain trails.


Shek O

Shek O is a beach-side village located on the south-eastern part of Hong Kong Island. The name Shek O literally means "rocky bay" and the entire area is a peninsula facing the South China Sea. Shek O Beach is probably one of the most popular, and scenic beaches on Hong Kong Island. The fact it’s on the island makes it easy to access and Shek O has a wide selection of outdoor dining restaurants. It is often the first beach that anyone new to Hong Kong visits. From here you can glimpse the other side of Hong Kong, the side without skyscrapers.


Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:3-4 hours
  • Address:Shek O, Hong Kong


  • What travelers say:

Stay away from the hustle and bustle, stroll comfortably in Shi'ao Village, enjoy the local residents to live in the house, so colorful and good~~ walk to the lover's bridge, take a nap, blow the sea breeze and see the waves, very freehand





Reasons to Recommend:

A popular destination for city slickers in need of a break, this mountain towers 958m above sea level. If you can make it to the top, you'll be treated to stunning views of the New Territories.


Tai Mo Shan

Tai Mo Shan is located in Tai Mo Shan Country Park in the central part of the New Territories. It is 958 meters above sea level. It is also known as the "Great Smoky Mountain". Climbing the mountain overlooks the New Territories and Hong Kong Island. In winter, when the temperature is extremely cold, frost on the ground can occasionally be seen. . In addition, Tai Mo Shan Country Park is also a popular destination for outings in Hong Kong, where citizens often come here for hiking and barbecues.


Tai Mo Shan

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  • Recommended sightseeing time:0.5-1 day
  • Address:Tai Mo Shan, Hong Kong


  • What travelers say:

Difficulty: ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Taimao Mountain, commonly known as "Dawu Mountain", is located in the middle of the New Territories, at a high altitude of 957 meters, is the highest mountain in Hong Kong. The four seasons and day and night scenery of Taimao Mountain are dry and changing, and it can overlook more than 80% of the region in Hong Kong. When the autumn is high and cool, the mango grass swaying with the wind is pleasing to the eye. Altitude: 957 suggested route: Yujinyu>Damaoshan Road>Peak parking lot gate ロ>Damaoshan Astronomical Radar Station>Sifangshan Pavilion>Dongzhai Waterfall>Wandeyu>Linjin Highway 〔 about 10 kilometers)





Reasons to Recommend:

A great place to go for a swim, watch the sunset, and take some truly instagrammable snaps.


Sai Wan Swimming Shed

The Sai Wan Swimming Shed was a place for citizens to swim in the 1960s and 1970s. A long wooden bridge, some bamboo sheds, and a simple changing room can be said to be the public swimming pool of that year. Nowadays, there are very few people who come to swim in the Sai Wan Swimming Shed. Most of them are uncles who come to fish on weekdays. The sunset here is very beautiful, not only attracting photography enthusiasts, but also many couples to play and couples to take wedding photos.


Sai Wan Swimming Shed

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:2-3 hours
  • Address:Victoria Rd, Mount Davis, Hong Kong


  • What travelers say:

From the west of Hong Kong Island, walk west along the Kennedy Town seaside, a barbed wire fence opens in the roadside, holding the narrow and slippery steps, and comes to the Western Ring Swimming shed. The Western Ring Swimming Studio was built in the 1960s, because the public swimming pool was not yet popular at that time, so many swimming sheds built on the beach were created to facilitate people to swim and change clothes. Now, the Western Ring Swimming shed still has many elderly people swimming here every morning, and more tourists who come to visit and take pictures.





Reasons to Recommend:

Stroll around these diverse wetland spaces to discover all sorts of animals and plants. It's ideal for families who want to take it easy and relax among nature.


Hong Kong Wetland Park

The Hong Kong Wetland Park consists of an indoor "Wetland Interactive World" covering an area of 10,000 square meters and an outdoor "Wetland Reserve" of over 60 hectares. A wide variety of creatures can be seen in the park, and many types of wetlands can be seen. There is a very distinctive shell wall outside the park ticket office, decorated with a large number of shellfish, and seeing them from a distance means that you are in the park. Entering the ticket gate is the visitor center (located on the basement floor), where you enter the "Wetland Interactive World" unit. There are five exhibition gallery units, "How Much Wetland Knows", "Wetland World", "Human Culture", "Viewing Gallery" and "Wetland Challenge", which are highly popularized. Go to the bottom of the basement and turn right upstairs (called the first floor), and you will pass through these five exhibition galleries in turn. In the wetland world unit, three different types of ecological environments are simulated, namely the northern tundra, tropical swamp and Hong Kong wetland. Along the way, you can learn a little knowledge about the migration of migratory birds and reindeer, and you can also see the Malayan turtles and alligators in the tropical forest, which is very interesting. The viewing gallery on the first floor is a good place to overlook the marshes and wetlands. Continue walking to the "Wetland Challenge" unit, where you can challenge an interactive game. Then go back to the basement, where there is also a screening room and a swamp adventure game area, where parents can accompany their children to experience and play together. Follow the directions to go from indoors to outdoors. At the entrance of the wetland reserve is the Beibei House, where a small bay crocodile, Beibei, found in the New Territories of Hong Kong lives. Through the transparent glass curtain wall, you can see Bei Bei swimming in the outdoor pool. The next stop is to stroll along the creekside roaming trail, where you can see the different ecology of the upper, middle and lower reaches of the river. Continue to go counterclockwise to the Wetland Exploration Center, where you can take a break, and then enjoy the succession of water lilies, reeds and other aquatic plants along the way, a natural atmosphere. There are three bird-watching houses in the wetland. The first is the river-side bird-watching house. There are chairs and binoculars in the house. You can go up to the third floor to view the nearby scenery. At low tide, you can also see a variety of ducks and egrets on the first floor. and Spoonbill. Out of the riverside bird watching house is the mangrove pontoon, which is a pontoon bridge over the mangrove waters. On the bridge, you can be in the mangrove ecology. Walking across the pontoon is the nearby mudflat bird watching house and fish pond bird watching house. It is a good place to watch the true climate birds and wetland fish pond ecology in the wetland. Then, go through the Wilderness Trail to the Butterfly Garden, and watch more than 200 species of butterflies and moths in the park. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of flying butterflies when the sun is full.


Hong Kong Wetland Park

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:2-4 days
  • Address:Hong Kong Wetland Park, Hong Kong

Hong Kong Wetland Park

  • What travelers say:

Wetland Park can be a landmark of Tianshuiwei - a big attraction, like nature and natural ecology - friends must love this tour, admission ticket 30 yuan per person





Reasons to Recommend:

Take a sandy stroll and enjoy a beachside BBQ at this charming village. It features an intriguing mix of European-style buildings, Chinese temples, and market stalls and bars.


Stanley Market

Stanley Peninsula is located at the southern end of Hong Kong Island, between Repulse Bay and Shek O. The small town of Stanley, centered on Stanley Street, has harbour beaches with gentle sea breeze, ancient temples with a long history, and free and lively markets. And Bar Street, where Chinese and Western cultures blend harmoniously, forming a beautiful and beautiful seaside town. Stanley Main Beach and St. Stephen's Bay are two beaches that tourists often visit. The former is slightly smaller in scale, but it is located close to Stanley Street. Whenever the morning sun rises, the reflected rays of sunshine form a red column on the water surface, so it gets the reputation of "Stanley Morning Light". There is also a barbecue area on the north side of the beach. The latter is a little further away, but has a water sports center that offers various sports services such as sailing and surfing, and water sports enthusiasts can show their skills. Stanley's landmark buildings, Murray House and Bokong Pier, are ancient buildings with a history of more than a century. They are located in the Central area. Due to the needs of municipal construction, they were dismantled as a whole and moved to Stanley for reconstruction. Murray House retains the classical Victorian architectural style, with old-fashioned chandeliers, fans and other decorations, which makes people feel like they have been in a different world. It is a good choice to shoot retro blockbusters here, or find a restaurant to taste the old days. A major feature of Stanley is the harmonious coexistence of Chinese and Western cultures. Not far from Murray House is the Stanley Tin Hau Temple, which is designed with a two-way courtyard. There are more than 20 Taoist and Taoist priests enshrined here. Folk gods, incense burns all year round.


Stanley Market

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:2-4 hours
  • Address:Stanley Municipal Services Building, 6號 Stanley Market Rd, Stanley, Hong Kong

Stanley Market

  • What travelers say:

Stanley Street and the nearby "Stanley Market" are famous tourist attractions. Stanley Street is a lot of tourists on holidays. Stanley Street has a beautiful sea view from the west, and there is a afternoon tea in Meilun Building! The weather is very good today, come for lunch, stroll around the street, walk the mountain road path viewing platform, feel the pleasant style, and spend a freehand day holiday. Self-driving people can park at the Leading Exhibition Mall to Stanley Main bus routes: Citybus 6 through Central, Admiralty Citybus 6X through Central, Admiralty, Ocean Park Citybus 260 through Central, Admiralty, Ocean Park Citybus 973 through Tsim Sha Tsui, Western Tunnel, Sai Ying Pun, Ocean Park New Bus 63 via North Point, Causeway Bay New Bus 65 via North Point, Causeway Bay, Ocean Park City Bus 73 via Aberdeen, Ocean Park





Reasons to Recommend:

One of Kowloon's 8 mountains, this peak got its name due to its distinctive leonine shape. A great place to go if you fancy a hike.


Lion Rock

Lion Rock is a famous mountain in Hong Kong. It is located between Kowloon and the New Territories. It is one of the mountains in Kowloon. It is named because of its shape and appearance like a lion. Lion Rock is 495 meters above sea level and can be seen from many places in Kowloon. It is a famous landmark in Hong Kong. Lion Rock is the main part of Lion Rock Country Park and is the origin of the country park's name.


Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:0.5-1 day
  • Address:Lion Rock, Hong Kong


  • What travelers say:

From Lefu through Tianmayuan, you can go up the mountain and keep going up, but it is not difficult. You can enjoy the panoramic view of Hong Kong and Kowloon at the head and tail of the lion. It does have the spiritual feeling under the Lion Mountain. Going down the mountain to Huang Taixian, it is also constantly going down the mountain, but the up and down are all completed quickly.





Reasons to Recommend:

Former home of the Shaw Brothers Studio, once the largest film production company in Hong Kong. This beach offers white sands and great ocean views.


Clear Water Bay

Clearwater Bay is a peninsula in the southeastern part of Hong Kong. There are many beaches and charming sea views. The famous film and television studio of Shaw Brothers is located in Clearwater Bay, which was the base of Hong Kong film and television in the past.


Clear Water Bay

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:1-3 hours
  • Address:Clear Water Bay, Hong Kong


  • What travelers say:

Grab the tail of summer, go to the beach to play in the sand once, and help the children to take a photo (I am Li 㗎 every year. I like the photo, but the shadow is not good. If there is sunshine in the day, in fact, everyone is a photographer. The outdoor photo is the most beautiful, especially the beach. The natural environment is the most eye-catching. Diamond Hill 91 bus passes to the terminal (Clear Water Bay 2 Beach) for about 1 hour. It is convenient to call the water quality. The sand will not be too scratched. It is convenient to shower, only the locker room shower room has a good unpleasant smell. I really hope the LCSD can face up to the problem!





Reasons to Recommend:

A well-known bathing beach in Hong Kong. As well as having a large golf course, this area offers activities such as surfing and sailing.


Deep Water Bay

Deep Water Bay is one of the well-known bathing beaches in Hong Kong. Many tourists or locals come here to play in the water. There are changing rooms and shower facilities, and lifeguards are on duty. There are also fast food kiosks, barbecue areas, parking lots, and anti-aircraft facilities. Facilities such as shark nets and floating platforms. Due to the deep water depth of Deep Water Bay, there are many people outside the beach area playing surfboards and windsurfing.


Deep Water Bay

Related Information:

  • Recommended sightseeing time:1-2 hours
  • Address:Deep Water Bay, Hong Kong


  • What travelers say:

Deep Water Bay, a extremely beautiful beach, is located on the southern coast of Hong Kong Island, separated from Hong Kong's famous beach Repulse Bay, but the proportion of tourists is more than half. Although the autumn of the epidemic, the beach is closed, it is more beautiful in tranquility, blue sky and blue sea, yellow sand Jedi, Really beautiful  wins, the realm of absolute beauty.



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