We can take you hiking in some of Hong Kong's most unpopulated and pristine areas. Or join one of our guided walking tours that include Kowloon markets, Hong Kong history or bird-watching tours. Take advantage of Walk Hong Kong's extensive knowledge and share in our passion for this region.
Private Tours These can be organised for you, your family, work colleagues or groups of friends. You can choose any of our tours or use our extensive knowledge of Hong Kong and let us create the perfect walk / hike or tour for you. Half day HKD2,000 Full day HKD3,000 - up to eight persons per group full tour details here
Half Day Walks Kowloon Markets Our guided walk takes you through the back streets of Kowloon and into the daily lives of local residents. We thread through colourful streets and come across some of Hong Kong’s most lively markets and well-known landmarks, where you will feel first-hand the energy and soul of everyday Kowloon. 3 hours HKD450/person full tour details here
Hong Kong Heritage The future meets the past in Hong Kong and nowhere can you see this more clearly than in the Central district. We walk among historic buildings that are nestled amid stunning skyscrapers, where the ancient art of feng shui influences modern architecture, along streets whose very names evoke the colourful history of this amazing territory. A great introduction tour to Hong Kong. 3 hours HKD450/person full tour details here New Territories Heritage Walk A few kilometres to the north beyond the Kowloon Hills, in the area known as the New Territories, the fertile plains dissected by hills had for centuries been settled and farmed. Despite development and destruction of the landscape around these old villages, several buildings of historical and cultural interest have been left extant. These include temples, clan halls and study halls that contain fine examples of woodwork and decorative pottery.
Tai Po Kau Nature Walk Our guided nature walk in Tai Po Kau shows of the most mature and varied forest in Hong Kong. This 460-hectare site was declared a nature reserve in 1977 and is rich in flora and fauna. It contains over 100 different species of trees. In addition over 160 species of birds, 102 species of butterflies and 50 species of dragonflies have been recorded. Half day full tour details here Temple and Feng Shui Tour Walk Hong Kong offers a guided tour where we introduce the Chinese philosophy of feng shui (literally "wind water"). Feng shui has become a worldwide phenomenon in recent years, but it has been a part of the culture of Hong Kong since its early days. It aims for harmony, and when this is achieved good luck, synonymous with health and wealth, will follow. Half day HKD500/person full tour details here WW2 Battlefields Many people in Hong Kong, visitors and residents alike, are surprised to learn that the territory was the scene of a short but very bloody battle at the end of 1941. It often seems that the larger - and more famous - actions such as the attack on Pearl Harbour and the Singapore campaign overshadow the events of December 1941 in Hong Kong. Half day HKD500/person full tour details here Half Day Hikes Dragon's Back The Dragon’s Back trail was hailed by Time Magazine as Asia´s best urban hike ``This is the city´s finest and most surprising ramble... The glory of it all is that you´re so close to the city, but could hardly feel further away´´. 4 hours 5kms HKD500/person full tour details here Peak to South Hike After crossing the spectacular and vibrant business district, we ride the Peak Tram (funicular railway) to commence our walk to the scenic, quieter side of Hong Kong. 4.5 hours 7kms HKD500/person
Lion Rock Hike A hike along the urban fringes north of Kowloon Peninsula. Starting at the famos Monkey Hill all the way over to the prominent Lion Rock overlooking the city. An iconic hike for all those who are equally fascinated by the urban development and the nature of this Metropole.
Ma On Shan Highland Hike The only half-day hike that takes you to overlook the Sai Kung Bay and it’s outlying islands from a plateau 400 meters above sea level. You will feel miles away from the city. Hike ends in Sai Kung Village, ideal for lazy afternoon in this relaxed town.
Lantau Buffalo Hike The hike begins just steps from the ferry pier. The trail takes you back in time into rural Hong Kong, where water buffalo and cattle where used to plough the fields. Enjoy sweeping views over outlying islands on clear days. Hike ends in Mui Wo Village, ideal for a seafood lunch by the waterfront.
Full Day Hikes Deserted Beaches Hike We hike to the white sandy beaches with their clear blue waters are located in the remote East Sai Kung Country Park, New Territories, where access is restricted to foot or boat. 8.5 hours 11km HKD800/person full tour details here Lamma Island Hike Our journey starts at the colourful fishermen´s quay in Aberdeen. There we take a slow boat to Lamma, giving us good views of southern Hong Kong Island. After visiting an atmospheric Tin Hau temple on the waterfront we stop for a well-earned seafood lunch at Sok Kwu Wan. 7.5 hours 7km HKD800/person full tour details here
Ma On Shan Hike ``Here one experiences only the mountain tops and the sky.´´ This trail is part of the famous 100km MacLehose hiking trail, running east to west in the New Territories. Ma On Shan, called Horse Saddle Mountain by the locals, is the second highest peak in the New Territories at 702 metres. 7 hours 10km HKD800/person full tour details here Geopark Hiking Tour (Sai Kung) We start our tour heading out along the High Island Reservior, in the Sai Kung East Country Park, journeying to the most eastern end. Where we get to view the magnificent hexagonal columnar joints. One of the world's largest formations of hexangonal columnar jointing. Includes an easy hike through non-populated country side, a seafood lunch in a costal village and a boat ride. 8 hours HKD1,000/person full tour details here
Lai Chi Wo Hiking Tour A chance to visit the northeast of the New Territories, one of the most pristine areas in all of Hong Kong. We'll hike through lush valleys and along magrove coasts. You'll get to visit one of the most intact Hakka villages in the territory. 7 hours HKD1,000/person full tour details here Full Day Tours Bird-watching Birding watching in Hong Kong is surprisingly accessible and rewarding. A very wide variety of habitats, including the Ramsar Convention status, globally significant wetland, Mai Po Marshes Reserve, situated on the Australasia migratory route, ensures interesting birding and cultural experiences. Full day and Half day available full tour details here
Meeting Point Outside the General Post Office, No 2 Connaught Place, Central, Hong Kong Island, at street level beside the green stamp-vending machines. Start time: 8.30am Kowloon Markets Walk: starting time 2.00pm outside the Hong Kong Tourism Board office, on the Star Ferry terminus, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon.
New Territories Tours: Bird Watching, Tai Po Kau Nature Walk, New Territories Heritage Walk and Private Hikes have different meeting points. You will be advised of these when you book.
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