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Have you ever heard of trails in Hong Kong except shopping and foods? There are 4 breathtaking trails in Hong Kong. Maclehose Trail, Wilson Trail, Hong Kong Trail and Lantau Trail. The number one trail must go to Maclehose Trail which is aMoreHave you ever heard of trails in Hong Kong except shopping and foods? There are 4 breathtaking trails in Hong Kong. Maclehose Trail, Wilson Trail, Hong Kong Trail and Lantau Trail. The number one trail must go to Maclehose Trail which is a 100-Km-long trail well-prepared by Sir Maclehose who was a governor from UK. You will also meet Wilson Trail at New Territory. Hong Kong Trail is established at Hong Kong Island and Lantau Trail is settled on Lantau Island where Hong Kong International Airport is located in. This is the full version of the series of Hong Kong Trails, which introduces 9 stunning stages of the trails in Hong Kong. They are, (1) Ham Tin Wan, (2) Ma On Shan, (3) Sunset Peak, (4) Lantau Peak, (5) Mount Parker Road, Sir Cecils Ride & Tai Tam Reservoir Country Park, (6) Dragons Back, (7) Shing Mun Reservoir Country Park, (8) The Peak Circle Walk and (9) Peng Chau Island. If asked to recommend one out of the beautiful stages, I dare to thumb Ham Tin Wan up as the best. It is a wonderful stage of Maclehose Trail at Sai Kung, New Territory. On the mountain of Ma On Shan, you will find a snake-like path behind you. Lantau Peak and Sunset Peak are facing each other at Lantau Island. You will meet a perfect course for walking, jogging and hiking at Monut Parker Road which is gorgeously prepared at Hong Kong Island. Dragons Back has been nominated as the best perspective in Asia. You cannot but take a break at a pavilion where monkeys are hanging around Shing Mun Reservoir Country Park at New Territory. You will meet many professional photographers at The Peak Circle Walk who are waiting for the best moment to take photos of the legendary face of Hong Kong. After 30 minutes by ferry, you will meet Peng Chau Island which has a hidden but beautiful trail. In addition to the detailed information especially on the ways to the starting point, you will meet many maps and photos indicated by arrows and explaining boxes for the directions you will proceed. Which exit from the metro you have to go, where you can find the bus stand, where you have to alight from the bus, how to come back to your hotel at the finish are all explained in detail through maps and photos. You need neither to chase after a guide nor to ask passers-by for your destination. You can enjoy the fantastic trails by your own self. Keep this book in your pack and take a subway. Then, it will show you all of the ways to the wonderful trails in Hong Kong. You will find a quite different face of Hong Kong you have never imagined before.