This was originally posted on Shroffed on May 10, 2017.
Science Park, Shatin
If you cycle from Tai Wai to Tai Po and pass by the Science Park, do not miss out on this stunning, almost Europe-looking, view of the Pat Sin Leng mountain range!
Shek O, Eastern District
Shek O is not only about surfing and beach-ing, there is this secret tropical hideout located behind the village and houses!
Mount Parker, Quarry Bay
Surrounded by calming greens, this scenic spot is only 30min-hike away from the local residential area Quarry Bay!
Tai Mei Tuk, Tai Po
Never miss out on the getaway location Tai Mei Tuk if you are into sunsets, rowing, cycling, and most importantly, barbecue!
Aberdeen Upper Reservoir, Aberdeen
Who needs to go to Loch Ness, when meditating with the still water at this reservoir is absolutely what your mind needs after a whole week of work!
Lam Tsuen, Tai Po
Who would have imagined Hong Kong to have its own farming village?! Not to mention it’s organic, self-sufficient, and open to public!
Sunset Peak, Lantau Island
Being the third highest mountain in the city, Sunset Peak has the best angle of sunrise (I know, ironic how it is named ‘sunset’)!
Wetland Park, Tin Shui Wai
Rich in biodiversity and terrain features, it almost feels like we are on a Borneo island!
Ha Pak Lai, Yuen Long
Close to the borderline of Hong Kong, and with abundant sunshine beams, it is undoubtedly one of the most popular spot of pre-wedding photos!
North Point Pier, North Point
This beautiful golden sunset is all it takes for Hong Kong to become a NYC-lookalike!
Half Moon Bay, Sai Kung
If you think all waters surrounding Hong Kong are murky, you have got to visit the city’s equivalent of Koh Samui! The water cannot get any clearer!