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As a geology graduate, hiking has become something of a passion. Hong Kong has some amazing hikes itself, and I’ve picked some of the best hikes around the world that I’ve been to here.

From the mountain of Switzerland to the highest freestanding

Multi-day hikes in asia

Mount Kinabalu, Sabah Malaysia

This is the highest free-standing mountain in Southeast Asia in Borneo, Malaysia. It is also one of the most well established hiking route I’ve done!

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Mount Fuji, Japan

Mount Fuji is one of the most iconic mountains in the world and open to hikers during summer season! Here’s how to hike it in 2D1N

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Indonesia Hike

Mount Bromo and Kawah Ijen, Java

Also around Bali, Mount Bromo and Kawah Ijen are both easy but far. We ended up doing a 3D2N trip that took us to both. It was not an easy journey with two sunrise hikes. But views are amazing!

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Mount Batur, Bali

Mount Batur is an easy volcano hike on Bali that is a must do for first time visitors! There’s sunrise views, monkeys, and coffee waiting.

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Vietnam Hikes

Ma Da Cave and Elephant Cave, Phong Nha

Ma Da Cave and Elephant Cave are a 1 day trek run by Jungle Boss and it’s a fun visit to a wet cave (with water) and dry cave!

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Sapa, Northern Vietnam

Sapa is most famous for its rice paddies and Hmong villages. It’s a popular weekend trip destination from Hanoi and most trips will include a trek!

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Thailand Hike

Khao Sok Jungle Trekking

Khao Sok National Park is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been to. You can see the raffelsia and also elephants if you’re lucky!

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Chiang Mai treks

Chiang Mai province is on the northern end of Thailand with the tallest mountains and beautiful nature!

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Italy Hikes


The Lagazuoi is one of the best day hikes from Cortina d’Ampezzo in the Italian Dolomites. While the view is undeniably spectacular, it is more famous for its historical significance during WWI. 

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Lago di Sorapis

Lake Sorapis is famous for its gorgeous powder blue colour and the hike is a relatively straightforward 4 hour with a trail start within half an hour from Cortina d’Ampezzo. 

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Stromboli, Sicily

 There aren’t a lot of places in this world right now where you can climb up an active volcano at night and see an active eruption safely, but in the Aeolian Islands, you can do just that.

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Mount Etna

Arguably one of the most famous volcanoes in the ancient world, Mount Etna in Sicily is a still active volcano that plagued its nearest metropolis Catania throughout history. 

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Switzerland Hikes

Rocher de Nayes

A great day trip option from Geneva or Lusanne is Rocher de Nayes. It has the cutest train ride up and a good hike down. Or you can just hike it up and down!

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Mount Rigi

Mount Rigi is actually not part of the Swiss Alps but stands along overlooking Lake Lucerne. It’s a fairy-tale like ride up that you should see for yourself.

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