Hong Kong, Outlying Islands

Cheung Chau Island

I can't believe that Cheung Chau is one of the places I've never been before - I had been so many times to Lamma, Peng Chau and even Po Toi (which is further away and smaller). Anyway, it seems that whenever I had plans to Cheung Chau, the weather changed or it was a public… Continue reading Cheung Chau Island

Hong Kong, Outdoor Activity, Outlying Islands

Hiking: Tai O to Tung Chung

I've done this hike a few times in different directions, most recently from Tung Chung to Tai O (see this blog post here). It is a fairly easy hike as it is all very flat, just a little long with 13km. I started the hike by strolling through Tai O - I really like this… Continue reading Hiking: Tai O to Tung Chung

Hong Kong, Outdoor Activity, Outlying Islands

Hiking: Shek Pik to Tai O

Yesterday I joined a group of fellow hikers who were all ready to explore the South of Lantau Island. We started off at the Shek Pik reservoir and walked parts of the Lantau Trail backwards, stages 7 and 8, to reach Tai O. The hike was 18km long and it was hot and sunny, so… Continue reading Hiking: Shek Pik to Tai O

Hong Kong, Outdoor Activity, Outlying Islands

Hiking: Moontrekker training hikes

The Moontrekker hiking event is taking place on October 25, 2013 this year (you can find out more on the Moontrekker event website) and while I'm not participating in the actual race, I've joined a few of the training sessions, run by the Hong Kong Hiking MeetUp group. I've done two recent training sessions -… Continue reading Hiking: Moontrekker training hikes

Outlying Islands, Sightseeing

Tai O street food

You can get street food everywhere in Hong Kong and Macau - but of course, also in Tai O on Lantau Island. I was surprised at the range of different foods that you can try and buy there, at very affordable prices. Just a few minutes after the bridge over the creek we encountered a… Continue reading Tai O street food