Seek adventure and step out of the city and into some of HK’s best parks, museums, beaches, attractions and islands.
Located in Sai Kung, this centre for nature eduction has outdoor areas to explore and indoor centres and is used by both schools and the public.
Facilities include a maze garden, playground and jogging track. Lovely views over the sea.
Head over in either spring or autumn to see migratory birds, otters and other wildlife amongst the mangroves.
Located on Hollywood Road, the Man Mo Temple is a must see and a stark contrast to the bustling streets of SoHo that surround it. The spirals of incense burning can make the atmosphere overpowering, but as the largest Man Mo temple in Hong Kong, it is certainly worth a visit.
Originally located in Central and built 160 years ago and moved brick by brick to Stanley in 1982, Murray House is a stunning example of colonial architecture. Now it’s home of some good restaurants offering sea views including Mijas. Take the Bus 6, 6A, 6X, 66 or 260 from Central Exchange Square bus terminus to Stanley Plaza …
A tranquil and relaxing garden and a hidden gem in amongst the concrete jungle with Chi Lin Nunnery just next to it.
Take the cable car from the terminus at Tung Chung and enjoy spectacular views over Lantau Island, the airport and finally of the 34 metre high Big Buddha. At the top of the cable car, there is a modern village which is not at all remarkable and has touristy shops and a few restaurants. It …
Watersports specialists and campsite on Cheung Sha Beach, Lantau. Faclilites include teepees, bush campers and plenty of watersports equipment.
Has fantastic views over Kowloon and suitable for children’s bikes and scooters. Facilities include playground, tennis courts and a jogging track.
Large open gardens, amphitheatre, several playgrounds and a refreshment kiosk.