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Lamma Island, Hong Kong

Lamma Island, Hong Kong

Man on a hiking trail heading toward Hong Kong. Image by Ian Trower / AWL Images / Getty Images. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/asia/travel-tips-and-articles/the-dragons-back-and-beyond-the-best-hikes-in-hong-kong#ixzz350GWJ52O

The Dragon's Back and beyond: the best hikes in Hong Kong

Man on a hiking trail heading toward Hong Kong. Image by Ian Trower / AWL Images / Getty Images. http://www.lonelyplanet.com/asia/travel-tips-and-articles/the-dragons-back-and-beyond-the-best-hikes-in-hong-kong#ixzz350GWJ52O

Hike Hong Kong: Stanley to Quarry Bay via Tai Tam and Mount Parker

Hike Hong Kong: Stanley to Quarry Bay via Tai Tam and Mount Parker

Lamma island, Hong Kong by Francesca Perticucci / 18 Reasons to Visit Hong Kong in 2012 / vtravelled blog

Lamma island, Hong Kong by Francesca Perticucci / 18 Reasons to Visit Hong Kong in 2012 / vtravelled blog

Hong Kong Flower Market: A Photo Diary

Hong Kong Flower Market: A Photo Diary (THE LOVE ASSEMBLY)

Hong Kong Flower Market: A Photo Diary

Spend a day with the best views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Climb Lion Rock, New Territories, Hong Kong

Spend a day with the best views of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. Climb Lion Rock, New Territories, Hong Kong

Lamma Island (photo by Andy Enero)

Lamma Island (photo by Andy Enero)

Lamma Island (photo by Andy Enero)

Lamma Island (photo by Andy Enero)

Hiking the Hong Kong Trail (Hong Kong, China). 'Right on the city’s doorstep, the Hong Kong Trail transports you into emerald hills, secluded woodland and lofty paths that afford sumptuous views of the rugged south and (eventually) glimpses of its wavy shore once you’ve tackled the formidable Dragon’s Back ridge. Starting from the Peak, the 50km route snakes across the entire length of Hong Kong Island.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/hong-kong

Hiking the Hong Kong Trail (Hong Kong, China). 'Right on the city’s doorstep, the Hong Kong Trail transports you into emerald hills, secluded woodland and lofty paths that afford sumptuous views of the rugged south and (eventually) glimpses of its wavy shore once you’ve tackled the formidable Dragon’s Back ridge. Starting from the Peak, the 50km route snakes across the entire length of Hong Kong Island.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/china/hong-kong

Hong Kong Guide: Outdoors

Hong Kong Guide: Outdoors

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