Blue Skies Travel Guide: The 25 Best Day Walks in Hong Kong
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Blue Skies Travel Guide: The 25 Best Day Walks in Hong Kong

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Though renowned for its high rises and intense city life, Hong Kong also has a greener, more tranquil side. Around forty per cent of the land area is country park, and even the most remote parts are seldom more than a couple of hours from the city.
This book features 25 of the best day walks, along which you can discover this greener side. Trails take you across rugged hills and through forested valleys, alongside reservoirs and past waterfalls, with visits to temples and ageing villages, long abandoned forts and lonely islands, plus sighting birds and other wildlife.
Route maps illustrate the walks and the commentary and gorgeous photos bring each one vividly to life.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 128 x 180 x 10.16mm | 265g
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 100 colour photographs
  • 1912081768
  • 9781912081769
  • 173,017

About Martin Williams

Martin Williams, originally from Yorkshire, UK, and based in Hong Kong since 1987, is a writer and photographer, as well as a nature tour leader and ecological consultant, with a strong interest in wildlife and conservation issues including global warming. He's written numerous articles for magazines including BBC Wildlife, National Wildlife and Reader's Digest, and has written and contributed to books including Hong Kong Pathfinder: 24 day-walks in Hong Kong as well as co-producing the nature film Explore Wild Hong Kong
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