Chosen as the Best Urban Hike in Asia by Time Magazine in 2004, Dragon’s Back is the most popular hike for tourists and expats due to its easy accessibility and stunning vistas.
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The locals and expats prefer a short walk enveloping the Peak and enjoy the city’s spectacular view for free.
Located in the east of Hong Kong Island, this 6.6-km walk (Stage 2 of Wilson Trail) is one of the most accessible hiking trails in the city.
Parkview’s rugged stretches of green, brown and intermittent cement steps offers everything you could want in an urban outdoor experience—zero cars, a great workout, cheerful fellow hikers, interesting terrain and fantastic city and countryside views.
Dreaming to hike with monkeys? It is possible at Shing Mun Country Park and there are around 1800 monkeys there. Just remember to hide any plastic bags or food during the hike.