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Nan Lian Garden
#1 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
One of the most picturesque buildings is the golden Pavilion of Absolute Perfection! Highly recommended to walk around and enjoy nature :)
There are many city parks but this one is unique with its bonsai, art gallery, rockery and gift shop and tea house, in addition to the traditional koi pond and beautiful garden.
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Dragon's Back
#2 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
1 of the best places in hong kong specially for hikers & even while you are inside cable car ,you wil see the real beauty of nature there & hikers hike with mind captivating views .
I'd recommend this trail to visitors who want to see great views and the full diversity of Hong Kong, from sky scrapers in the city, through to hiking through the hugh national park and finishing at a beach watchi...
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Chi Lin Nunnery
#3 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
This is a wonderful place, a perfect place to stroll around a beautiful garden and contemplate the wonders of nature.
walk into the Nan Lian Gardens and walk up the steps and through the arch for the most scenic way to walk into the Chi Lin Nunnery, The gates to the nunnery closes at 4:30 where the park was open to 7 pm so if tim...
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Sai kung East Country Park
#4 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Sai Kung is a great place for seafood and from this village, you can take a taxi to visit the Geopark at the High Island Reservoir (East Dam) or do some hiking around the Sai kung East Country Park.
An information house guides introduces and elicits the history of the park, its fauna and flora as well as the culture of the indigenous people, in particular the Hakka.
Lantau Trail
#5 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
If you have time and want to get away from the bustling city, the Lantau Trail is a well marked trail for some peace, nature bonding and exercise.
Lovely trail and country Park
Po Lin (Precious Lotus) Monastery
#6 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Without doubt one of the best spiritual highlights of Hong Kong... which fits perfectly into breathtaking nature.
... ‘Big Buddha Hong Kong’ As for me I can say it was interesting I had a lovely day and I only can recommend when visiting Hong Kong and like to doo something different beside The Peak, Ocean Park, Stanley or so on.
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Edward Youde Aviary
#7 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
While in the park, the Tai Chi Area is highly recommended, make sure to walk up the tower in there (if physically able) and check out a great view of the mountains, water, and famous skyline!
If you ever feel the need of breathing comfortably and reenergizing yourself, take advantage of the city's many parks, such as Kowloon Park and Hong Kong Park, where one finds this wonderful aviary.
Lantau Island
#8 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
For the Sunset Peak or Tai Tung Shan, it is the third highest peak in Hong Kong and is within Lantau South Country Park and Lantau North Country Park and stands at a height of 869 metres above the sea level.
Its a stunning view of city skyline meets breathtaking nature on the glass bottom cable car ride from the ocean to the greenery mountains and the Big Budda with the view.
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Lantau Country Park
#9 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
The park is what the cable car goes over and is just gorgeous; if you had the time (or fitness!) There's a path that winds it's way roughly under the cable car and would take in great views and lovely scenery as y...
Sight seeing at the park in Lantau... Amazing... It's a beautiful place and you will enjoy it which ever way you go.
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Hong Kong Park
#10 of 155 Nature & Parks in Hong Kong
Located away from HK's skyscrapers, glitzy shopping malls, narrow streets filled with shopping therapies and gourmet delights, Hong Kong Park offers a relief from cosmopolitan city living.
Beautifully landscaped, Hong Kong park has a tea house (who do lovelly teas and delicious dim sum style snacks), an indoor garden and a huge avairy... it is isnt a huge park but it is small and well formed.
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