The Hunch Backs of Hong Kong: Wo Kai Sha to Sai Kung

The Hunch Backs, or Ngau Ngak Shan to give it its local name, may have stellar views, but it isn’t a hike for the ill-equipped, and there’s definitely a reason (or two) why the signs mere steps from the starting line caution against proceeding.

Continue reading “The Hunch Backs of Hong Kong: Wo Kai Sha to Sai Kung”

Long Ke Wan: Beside the Seaside

Whilst many prospective visitors may get the impression that Hong Kong is simply a maze of bustling streets, overcrowded tourist hotspots and seemingly endless skyscrapers, any Hong Kong veteran can tell you there’s another side to Hong Kong just waiting to be discovered: secluded beaches, hiking trails and adventures off the beaten track await those who take the time to find them. Luckily for me, I had three such people to show me what is often dubbed as “The Real Hong Kong”.

Continue reading “Long Ke Wan: Beside the Seaside”