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All reviews big wave bay great hike easy hike shau kei wan station tai tam gap hong kong trail starting point the dragon trail head bring enough takes about hours number bus hiking trail bring water beautiful scenery country park well worth the effort
We caught the number 9 bus from Shau Kei Wan Bus Terminus, there was a long queue on a Sunday but several buses came and quickly cleared the long line. The bus was 45p! 256 steps later we were at the top of the ridge...More
My husband and I got the public bus from the tube station but note they don't give change so pay exact or as close to, it's super cheap anyway. Its about 10k walk and took us a couple of hours including photo stops. There are...More
Hiked this with my nine year old and 14 year old. Great views but not for those with a fear of heights as there are some parts that will take you close to a rock edge. Stunning views. A nice change from the crowds and...More
To most travellers Hong Kong is best known for its concrete jungle, eating and shopping. Actually 70% of Hong Kong's land is converted as country park.
One of the most beautiful hiking trails is in Hong Kong Island called Dragon's Back. Its name is derived...More
Dragon's Back was an excellent hiking experience. The views from the upper levels of the trail were stunning, even on a relatively overcast day. There were lots of coastal communities that we could look down on. We were also way above the high-rise apartment buildings...More
If you love the outdoors and want to see something other than shopping malls & restaurants in Hong Kong, give this trail a try. We started at To Tei Wan Village and ended 3.5 hours later at Tai Long Wan Village. It was a long...More
The great reviews were all spot on. Its worth your time. Follow their advice and go on a week day. Less crowd and you enjoy the scenery to the fullest. Wear proper foot wear and bring plenty of fluids. Those with knee injuries, pls being...More
We were a group of 11, ranging from age 7 years to 70 years, and we completed the hike without much difficulty from Siu Sai Wan (the part of the trail known as Leaping Dragon Walk) to Shek O Road within 4 hours which included...More
Overall a must try... Wear good shoes for hiking and bring a hat to shield yourself from the sun as most areas are not sheltered by vegetation.
One of the hidden gems of wild Hong Kong! Where else in the world can you see skyscrapers...More
Hi Royalpea, if you are comfortable carrying your child and have practiced on other hikes i would say ok, but i am not an expert in that department. It is a real hike on uneven dirt tracks not on a paved path. We had... More
Hi Royalpea, if you are comfortable carrying your child and have practiced on other hikes i would say ok, but i am not an expert in that department. It is a real hike on uneven dirt tracks not on a paved path. We had daypacks and umbrellas. It took us a few hours and there were a couple of resting spots, but not sheltered and only one porta loo at the beginning, then again just before we took the path down to the beach. There were toilets and showers down at the beach. Hope this helps alittle.
It depends on your tolerance for wind & cold. I think Jan could be on the cooler side, and when you're up on the peak, you're pretty much exposed to the elements. If you're only up there for a couple of minutes, then it... More
It depends on your tolerance for wind & cold. I think Jan could be on the cooler side, and when you're up on the peak, you're pretty much exposed to the elements. If you're only up there for a couple of minutes, then it could be fine. But if you plan to stay there to enjoy the view, take lots of photographs, etc, then it might make sense to wear long pants.