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    Po Kwu Wan: a hidden Sai Kung bay

    This is post 71 of 74 in the series “Hong Kong” Po Kwu Wan is a quiet little bay in Sai Kung near the West Dam of Highland Reservoir with a little something extra. A semi-circular concrete bay that was used by the fishermen to farm fishes. Now, it’s abandoned with a great view of […]

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    Ap Lei Pai adventure via Yuk Kwai Shan

    This is post 70 of 74 in the series “Hong Kong” Ap Lei Pai is a cute little island south of Ap Lei Chau, which can be reached by hiking through or around Yuk Kwai Shan, which can also be directly translated as Cinnamon Hill. There is the unrivalled 360 degrees view at the top […]

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    Top Hong Kong Staycation deals

    This is post 69 of 74 in the series “Hong Kong” Staycation in Hong Kong certainly isn’t something that people considered all that much before COVID-19. But with so many little corners and people living all over the city, a little escape into a different part on a Hong Kong Staycation might just be as […]

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    Pak Lung Stream: a Lantau stream hike

    Last updated on August 14th, 2020 at 06:19 pm This is post 68 of 74 in the series “Hong Kong” Pak Lung Stream is one of the five streams of Lantau Island near Tung Chung. Known for its crystal clear water, the stream is a difficult hike with an obscure trail start that should only […]

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    Grass Island – a Sai Kung getaway

    Last updated on August 4th, 2020 at 09:56 am This is post 67 of 74 in the series “Hong Kong” Tap Mun, also known as Grass Island in English, is an island in the northern edge of Sai Kung famous for its grassfield, hence the name. Once a flourishing fishing village with over 2,000 inhabitants, […]

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